Leica has launched the full-frame sensor mirrorless camera, the Leica Q2. James Bond introduced version. The machine, called the Leica Q2 ‘007 Edition’, celebrates the arrival of the movie No Time To Die, which will be released in Turkey on October 1st.
This special, which is produced only 250 units worldwide, of the machine It features the iconic 007 logo on the top and the famous Bond gun barrel design on the lens hood. It is stated that since the machine will be produced in limited numbers, it will be numbered separately. Designed in collaboration with the British luxury luggage brand Globe-Trotter, the machine comes with a personalized and handmade bag. Looking at the features of the machine, let’s say that it is the same as the current Leica Q2.
Incorporating a full-frame sensor with a resolution of 47.3 megapixels, the Leica Q2 stands out as an updated model of the Leica Q model. In Leica Q2, where a 28 mm F/1.7 aperture lens is preferred, ISO sensitivity can be increased up to a maximum of 50,000. Leica Q2, which comes with a 3-inch 1.04 million dot 3-inch fixed touchscreen LCD on the back, has an electronic viewfinder with 100 percent coverage. With a minimum shutter speed of 60 seconds and a maximum shutter speed of 1/2,000 seconds, the Leica Q2 also allows users to record 4K videos at 30 frames per second.
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Leica Q2 also supports wireless transmission
Thanks to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections, the photos taken can be transferred to mobile devices wirelessly. According to Leica, there is also an increase in the battery capacity of the Leica Q2. Leica Q2, which can shoot 370 frames with a fully charged battery, weighs 718 grams. The machine is also resistant to water splashes thanks to its IP52 certification.