From virtually nowhere, Leica have released a completely new device into their range. The new Leica Q is a beast of a machine, 24 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, ISO range up to 50,000, 3 inch 1.04 million dot LCD screen, NFC, WiFi, 1080p video recording up to 60 fps.
A fixed Summilux 28mm f/1.7 lens will perform more than adequately for most peoples needs, and the free Adobe Lightroom 6 chucked in means you will have all the tools to edit the raw images and shots you take.
The built in EVF viewfinder is going to make a lot of consumers jump at this, despite the £3,500 price tag, the build quality is excellent, and is already winning it rave reviews, from tech sites and camera blogs.
All in all the new Leica Q is a major addition to their line-up, giving Leica a compact, full-frame, large sensor fixed-lens shooter for professionals and enthusiasts. It will be sure to fly out the doors of stockists.