German camera and photography manufacturer Leica has unveiled two new cameras, The Q2 Reporter and the Q2 Monochrome Reporter. Both cameras are upgraded versions of the classic Leica models, receiving the 'Reporter' edition treatment.
The Q2 Reporter and the Q2 Monochrome Reporter are both delivered in a low-key, vintage aesthetic with bodies wrapped in Kevlar material -- the fabric used in bullet-proof vests -- that is designed to wear in with use. The rest of the body is finished in a smooth olive green where the Kevlar is not present.
The Q2 comes equipped with a 47.3MP full-frame sensor, while the Q2 Monochrome has a 47.3MP full-frame black and white sensor. In addition, both cameras boast a fixed Summilux 28 f/1.7 ASPH lens, water-resistant construction, and a 3.68MP OLED viewfinder.
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