Leica’s officially unveiled its T 701 camera. The historic brand’s T-system line comes as it celebrates its 100th anniversary, delivering a mirrorless camera that really packs a punch. The large 16.5-megapixel APS-C sensor delivers colour fidelity, even on large-format screens. The autofocus is quiet and extremely precise, while the unit also delivers solid full HD resolution for videos. The back features a 3.7″ LCD touchscreen, so it’s clear of any buttons, and has 16GB of internal memory as well. There’s Wi-Fi built-in so you can transfer your shots to anywhere you’d like. The remote function of the Leica T app lets you use your smartphone or tablet PC an an electronic viewfinder and even shoot with your Leica from there. Two lenses have been announced: the 18-56mm f/3.5-5.6 and 23mm f/2 lenses. The aluminum version of Leica’s new T-system camera is set to release on May 26th, with an anodized black run to follow in July.
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