Surprisingly, as the newest addition to the roadside photography segment, Leica has introduced a new series of gadgets named as Q-P. As usual, they have provided extreme attention to make it look sleek and classy. Firstly, you’ll notice the brand-new design of its logo. Instead of the regular red dot design, they have printed the name in the hue of classical handwriting. Some technical aspects like shutter speed, power controls closely resembles the earlier models like M10, CL. Perfect ergonomics coupled with a matte black finish makes it eye-catching.
Instantly, when it comes to the resolution of the picture, the camera works on 24 Megapixel CMOS sensors, which is good enough to capture everything in detail. As far as the lens is concerned, it belongs to the genre of Summilux variety with the high ratings like 28mm f/1.7.
Moreover, the viewfinder of 3.7 MP resolution works well above the expectation. On the back, a 3-inch display is fitted to let you see what you are capturing. Obviously, the power of the camera is not limited to still photography only. It can record videos with full HD 1080p resolution with two selectable speed, 30 and 60 frames per second. As of now, the price of this Leica Q-P camera is hovering around $5000.