Four years after introducing the their first full-frame mirrorless camera, the SL, Leica has given it another shot with the all new SL2. The new model adds some curviness that the previous grip lacked, making the camera a lot more comfortable to hold, and a new three-button rear interface is similar to that of the Q2. There is also a 47MP full-frame CMOS sensor and a 5-axis sensor-shift IS system that can also be used to produce 187MP Raw images. The camera also has updated autofocus, and the new Maestro III imaging processor adds face and body detection. It can now also record 10-bit 4:2:2 video, and 5K/30p video. The SL2 can also shoot bursts at 20 fps with the electronic shutter and 10 fps with the mechanical shutter, both with AF locked. Other details include dual SD card slots, a 3.2" touchscreen display, and a large 5.76M-dot electronic viewfinder.
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