Of course, Leica is one of the world’s premier camera brands, so when they release a new snapper we tend to take notice. In hand the new Leica Lemon Yellow X2 ($3,100) will bring out your inner Annie Lebovitz, and even if you are not in line for the Pulitzer Prize in photography you will be amazed by the stunning quality.
Whether you are on vacation with your grandmother at the Grand Canyon or in your house with your girlfriend and dog, the Leica Lemon Yellow X2 delivers crisp, clear, and beautifully colorful images that actually make you realize why this camera carries that hefty price tag, before you even get to its design qualities. The snapper is a customized X2 Leica à la Carte that features a newly developed APS-C CMOS sensor with an effective resolution of 16.1 mega pixel and a Leica Elmarit 1:2.8 / 24 mm ASPH. Lens (Equiv. 35 mm).
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