Highsnobiety took the the new Leica Q2 for a spin during Paris Fashion Week last month, test driving the much-hyped remodel of the Leica Q, which first launched back in 2015.

As you can see from the gallery above, it's a pretty slick piece of kit, one that looks a lot like a traditional Leica M rangefinder camera and boasts functions such as a new 47.3-megapixel sensor and a sharp, stabilized 28mm F/1.7 ASPH Summilux lens.

While it might seem a lot like its predecessor, the Q2 has a bunch of sweet updates including the macro mode for capturing details, and the easy to use crop mode. Then there's weather-sealing, improved battery life and start-up time, and a pixel count that has essentially doubled. Of course, all this doesn't come cheap, with the Leica Q2 retailing for $4,995.

Take a look at what the Q2 can do via the galleries below.





For more information about the Leica Q2 and its specifications, head here.

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