Leica bids farewell to basic black and shiny silver for its Leica M Typ 240 model and unveils a less expensive, stripped-down Typ 242.
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It's the fastest full-frame mirrorless thus far and takes great photos and video, but it's not the most comfortable camera to use.
The SL delivers excellent photo quality, but you may want to change to default JPEG settings which crank up the contrast a little too high and frequently turn blue skies cyan.
Unfortunately, that doesn't include the comfy molded grip.
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This full-frame compact camera delivers everything you'd expect from a Leica, from sharp pics to a steep price.
Leica's fab new full-frame, fixed-lens camera is its most mainstream to date, excluding the Leica-branded Panasonics. It's still Leica-expensive, though.
After three years, Leica gives its black-and-white-only model HD recording capability.
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