C-Lux utilises Leica’s long-named DC Vario-Elmar 8.8–132 mm f/3.3–6.4 ASPH lens and a high-performance 20-megapixel sensor for continuous shooting at a rate of up to 10 frames per second. The 15x optical zoom with 35mm equivalent focal length offers excellent scope for a compact camera that’s further expanded through 4K video recording.
Thanks to its versatile zoom, fast autofocus and face detection, Leica guarantees C-Lux captures photos with natural colours and exceptional quality, especially in spontaneous situations. The 2.33-megapixel viewfinder is clear, and images are visible even in bright ambient light. As the viewfinder covers 100% of the image field, framing a subject is precise, giving users complete control of composition.
Many of the camera’s functions can be controlled by the 3-inch touchscreen display, including the transfer of still pictures and videos via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The display screen also has a special repellent coating that prevents annoying marks and protects it against fingerprints.
The Leica C-Lux arrives mid-July 2018 in Light Gold and Midnight Blue colourways. You can purchase one for AUD $1550 along with an extensive range of luxury leather cases and other accessories.
If you have a spare $31k, then get on board with Leica’s M10 Edition Zagato camera.