The Leica Q3 is here! Check out our first look at the camera after shooting with it for a few days in Seattle.
While the lens is the same stabilized 28mm F1.7 Summilux used on the Leica Q and Q2, the camera has a new tilting rear panel, improvements to autofocus, the ability to shoot 8K/30p video, and perhaps most notably, a 60MP BSI-CMOS sensor that can also be shot full-width at downsampled resolutions of 36MP and 18MP. All of this comes at a price of $5995, $200 more than the Leica Q2.
DPReview’s Shaminder Dulai went hands-on with the Q3 to explore its features – click through to the video to see what he found.
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