Leica has a cult-like following even Steve Jobs era Apple couldn’t match. Which is a good thing since, like the aforementioned Cupertino king, their goods don’t come cheap. So while you might get sticker shock looking at the new Leica Q, just know it might be the greatest Leica yet (assuming you dig a prime lens). The full-frame, fixed-lens camera boasts a 28mm, f/1.7 lens with incredibly fast autofocus that’s slapped on a stunning aluminum body. The resolution on the electronic viewfinder is unmatched, it has built-in wi-fi, a 24-megapixel full-frame sensor, and the old-school good looks the German brand is known for. If you’re looking for a camera you can grab and shoot with, this is the top of the line.
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