Leica TL Mirroless Camera with 16.3MP CMOS Sensor, Touchscreen LCD Monitor and More

Leica has unveiled Leica TL mirrorless camera, the successor to Leica T released two years ago. Using improved autofocus system, the compact camera delivers a more excellent photography experience than its predecessor.

Leica TL Mirroless Camera

Appearance design

As we can see from the images, compared with Leica T, the new Leica TL remains the same design, so it shows off a minimalistic and sleek appearance, and its sharp edges add spiffy, modern aesthetics along with three charming finishes while smooth grip lets you comfortably hold the premium mirrorless camera for capturing videos and photos.

Meanwhile, its unibody is built from a single, solid piece of aluminum alloy for a durable construction.

Leica TL Mirroless Camera

Photography Performance

Leica TL comes equipped with a 16.3MP APS-C CMOS image sensor that has the ability to create high-resolution, detailed images within an ISO range of 100-12500 in a wide variety of lighting conditions. Furthermore, Leica L lens mount is compatible with TL and SL series lenses, and using optional lens mount adapter, Leica TL also supports Leica M- and R-mount lenses.

Leica TL Mirroless Camera

Moreover, its 3.7″ LCD monitor features a high resolution of 1.3-million dots for clear and vivid playback and preview, and the touchscreen interface is designed for easy operation. In addition, built-in pop-up flash provides additional illumination in low-light conditions. Included BP-DC13 lithium-ion battery offers approx 400 shots between charges, and Leica TL has 32GB internal storage and a SD card slot for longer shooting sessions.

Price and availability

Leica TL mirrorless camera will be available soon for $1695 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Leica official site or B&H for its more details.

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