Leica has introduced a new ‘Titanium gray’ version of the Leica Q premium compact camera.

The new Leica Q Titanium gray model features the same 24-megapixel, full-frame CMOS image sensor that delivers a native ISO range of up to 50,000, as well as the Leica Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH fixed prime lens.

The new version, however, features a gray paint finish on the top and base plate and back of the Leica camera, giving it a more classic look.

What’s more, it offers a number of design features not found on the original, such as the distance scale in feet and the focal length on the lens highlighted in red.

A colour-coordinated strap is also supplied with the Leica Q Titanium gray.

Other features – also found on the standard model – include Leica’s Maestro II image processor, which allows for continuous shooting at up to 10fps at full resolution, and an integrated viewfinder with a resolution of 3.68MP.

The Leica Q Titanium gray price tag will be £3,800 (incl VAT) and is available from mid-November 2016.

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