Leica has this week taken the wraps of their new T System lenses and camera the form of the Leica T Typ 701 which is equipped with a number of new features which have been added to a Lecia camera for the first time.
The Leica T Typ 701 camera Is fitted with a 3.7-inch, 1.3 million dot touchscreen on the rear, allowing users to easily navigate the camera’s features and options whilst taking photographs.
Leica has also made their Leica T Typ 701 camera the very first in their range of mirrorless cameras that does not involve a rangefinder, and the first Lecia interchangeable lens system sporting an APS-C sensor.
The Leica T Typ 701 camera is part of the T System that incorporates two lenses, a 35mm-equivalent f/2 prime lens and a 27-84mm-equivalent f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens. However the camera and the two lenses will not be sold as a bundle and instead each needs to be purchased separately.
The new Leica T Typ 701 camera, together with the Summicron-T 23mm f/2 and Vario-Elmar-T 18-56mm f/3.5-5.6 lenses, are now available to pre-order and will start shipping next month.
Prices for the components are $1,850 for the body which is available in either black or silver finish and $1,950 for the 23mm lens, and $ 1,750 for the zoom lens. For more information on the new Leica T Typ 701 camera jump over to the Lecia website for details.
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