Now is the time to get out your wallets if you want to buy a Leica camera. At B&H, you can now get a brand-new Leica for only $1,995.
Before you get too excited and think you’re getting a great deal on the latest Leica M11 rangefinder camera, you’re not. However, what you are getting is a unique hybrid camera that is made from a single block of aluminum, which oozes the sort of German engineering that Leica is known for in the best Leica camera(opens in new tab)s.
The Leica TL2 has a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and can shoot at 20 frames per second (fps) with an electronic shutter speed of 1/16000. It also has the ability to record UHD 4K video at 30 fps, and a full HD video at 60 fps. This is a serious bit of kit for the media-centric creator.
The Leica TL2 has a 3.7-inch touchscreen with 1.3 million dots, which makes it eight times faster to use than earlier TL models. The camera menu remains, allowing for users to create a quickly accessible location for all their favorite settings. There is also an FN button, and the TL2 now has a USB Type-C port that works with USB 3.0 for fast data transfer.
The TL2 has 32GB of internal memory and a slot for a UHS-II SD card, so it can store pictures in more than one way. Additionally, the camera features integrated Wi-Fi connectivity and through an optional mobile app, users can remotely control settings.
It might not be a Leica as we know it but it’s still a Leica, and it’s only $,1995 at B&H which makes it the most affordable new Leica you can buy today.