id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody"> Leica's new TL2 compact system looks much the same as its predecessor -- the TL -- but comes with a whole host of updates under the surface.
At its core is a brand new 24-megapixel image sensor, a significant boost over the 16 megapixels of the last generation. There's a new image processor
too, which helps the TL2 shoot much faster. It'll manage up to 20 frames per second, with faster autofocus and startup times too. Leica promises that this will be a camera for lightning fast shooting.
Responding to criticism of complicated menu systems, the TL2's menu is an easy to read series of icons. The display is touch-enabled and is easy to poke around, HTC Desire 19+ specs changing settings or pinching to zoom to review your images in detail.
Like its predecessor, the TL2's body is milled from a single piece of aluminium. Apart from looking gorgeous -- and galaxy s8 plus antutu benchmark
a8s specs distinctly "Leica" -- it feels sturdy to hold, with just enough of a bulge on the right side to offer a firm grip. There are six lenses available for the TL mount system, although Leica also offer adapters to use other lenses.
Andrew Hoyle/CNET The Leica TL2 is on sale in the UK with a price tag of £1,700. Global pricing and availability isn't yet known, but the price converts to about $2,195 or vivo y3 antutu
AU$2,885.Leica TL2 specifications24-megapixel CMOS APS-C sensorISO range of 100-50,000Shutter speeds from 30 to 1/40,000 seconds4K video resolution at 30 frames per second32GB internal memory, expandable with SD cards49 autofocus pointsShoot in JPEG, DNG or one Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G specs 6T specs both at onceCustomisable dials and vivo y3 antutu function buttonHot shoe for Leica flashgunOptional electronic viewfinder
Battery can be charged by USB