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After launching the $4,995 Q-P camera earlier in November, Leica is back to unveil their latest D-Lux camera, the D-Lux 7.

Poised as the ideal pocket camera, the D-Lux 7 is characterized by its sleek rectangular profile that packs a large sensor and versatile high-intensity zoom lens. The newly developed 17-megapixel sensor provides greater details in every image, and the large sensor means an improved reduction in image noise for low-lit situations. For its lens, the fast autofocus system allows users to shoot up to 11 frames per second, while also featuring a new post-focus function, as well as the ability to capture 4K video.

On the rear of the D-Lux 7, the camera boasts a 3-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1.24 million pixels, along with incorporating built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. In terms of its storage, SDHC/SDXC memory card are only supported. Additionally, the camera is compatibile with Leica’s FOTOS app, available for iOS and Android devices, which allows users to remotely capture, transfer, edit and share images easily.

For more on the D-Lux 7’s tech specs and additional information, click the bar below. You can also buy it on Leica’s online store now for $1,195.

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Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

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