To the joy of many, Leica announced it is expanding its range of APS-C cameras with the debut of the new, vintage-styled CL mirrorless camera.
This is the second camera manufactured in Germany by the iconic optics firm and shares technology with its sister, the TL2 camera, which sports a modern design instead of the CL’s decidedly classic approach to the camera’s form factor.
The new CL camera from Leica in black is expected to be available at retail by the end of this month.
While the CL is retro-styled, it is not retro-tech: The new camera will have what Leica calls EyeRes technology that is bespoke for the model.
EyeRes acts as a viewfinder that limits image latency and captures images at a resolution of 2.36 million pixels which produces crystal clear views of their work.
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