The newly announced Leica compact camera is called the “C”. The Leica C features a 1/1.7-inch sensor with a pixel of 12 million. And it looks like they’re keeping up with the trend as the C camera is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, which is actually the first shooter from Leica to carry such specs.
Aside from those mentioned above, the C also comes with a LCD viewfinder, Leica DC Vario-Summicron lens, 7x optical zoom (range of 28-200mm in 35mm format), maximum apertures of f/2.0-5.9, and adjustable lens ring for customizing functions.
Also included in the C camera package is an Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. You can get the Leica C in either “light gold” or “dark red” finish.
Overall, the Leica C’s specs are similar to that of the Panasonic LF1, the camera to which the C is based on. Although, the Leica version is pricier than Panasonic’s.
The Leica C is going to have a price tag of around $862 when it’s officially available within this month.