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19 October 2016

Leica announced it will offer its Leica Q in a Titanium Gray model with a gray lacquer finish on the top, back and baseplate of the body. In addition, the new model features a distance scale in feet and focal length number engravings on the lens detailed in red and an included carrying strap made from a strong material typically used in climbing ropes.

Leica Q Titanium Gray. With climbing-rope camera strap.

Otherwise the technical specifications the Leica Q Titanium Gray with a Summilux 28mm f1.7 ASPH. lens are identical to those of the black model.

The Leica Q Titanium Gray will be available mid-November 2016. For more information see the news release below.

The New Leica Q Titanium Gray Offers a Perfect Synthesis of Camera Technology, Design and Features

With the Leica Q Titanium Gray finish, Leica Camera offers an alternative design option for its high-performance, full-frame compact camera with a fixed, fast prime lens. In contrast to the discreet black paint finish of the standard Leica Q, the new color option stands out with the titanium-gray lacquer finish on the camera's top, back and baseplate. The look of precious metal and contrasting black elements, such as the leather covering and lens, lend the camera its uniquely refined and premium style.

In comparison with its counterpart in black, the Leica Q Titanium Gray has other unique characteristic features not found in the standard model. Such features include the feet scale and the focal length number engravings on the lens detailed in red and the included carrying strap made from a strong material typically used in climbing ropes.

The Leica Q Titanium Gray will be available mid-November 2016.

The technical specifications of the Leica Q Titanium Gray are identical to those of the black model, which continue to stand out with a quick and intuitive operating concept and an especially fast lens. The Summilux 28mm f1.7 ASPH. lens of the Leica Q makes it ideal for available light situations and has an angle of view that reproduces scenes with natural perspectives and proportions, making it the perfect camera for street, landscape photography and day-to-day life. In combination with a 24-megapixel, full-frame CMOS sensor precisely matched to its lens, the camera delivers richly detailed images with low noise in optimum quality at ISO sensitivities of up to 50,000. The Leica Q offers a great level of creative freedom for realizing even the most demanding photographic ambitions, thanks to the practical option of switching between macro, automatic and manual focusing.

To ensure that the decisive moment is never missed, the Leica Q full-frame compact camera has the fastest autofocus in its class and offers precision focusing near-instantaneously. The image processor from the Leica Maestro II family processes the data from the sensor at an incredible speed; enabling continuous shooting up to ten frames per second at full resolution. To ensure the user's reliable control of subject composition at this speed, the Leica Q also features an integrated viewfinder with a resolution of 3.68 megapixels. Even the finest details of every exposure are displayed cleanly and quickly, without any noticeable lag, as soon as the camera is brought up to the user's eye.

All functions of the Leica Q are clearly laid out and logically located to guarantee perfect ergonomics and ease-of-use. Its clear and logical menu system provides rapid access to all essential functions and enables users to program personalized settings.

The Leica Q also delivers video recordings in full-HD quality. Depending on the scene and subject, users can choose between 30 and 60 frames per second for video recording in MP4 format. The camera also features an integrated WiFi module for wireless transmission of pictures and video to smart devices and remote control via WiFi from a smartphone or tablet. The Leica Q app can be downloaded free from the App Store on iOS and Google Play Store on Android to utilize these features. In addition to a wireless triggering function and remote display of the viewfinder image, the app also allows the setting of photographic controls such as aperture and shutter speed remotely from the connected device.

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