Rumor says Leica Q3 camera will be announced in the last week of May
According to news from IT House on April 30, according to LeicaRumors, the Leica Q3 will be released in the last week of May. The camera will feature a flip screen, video up to or beyond 4K, improved focus, and a new battery that may support wireless charging, with a finish similar to the M11 Monochrom.
According to the news, Leica Q3 (codenamed Wilson) is expected to be announced in the next 2-3 weeks. It will use the same sensor and image processor as Leica M11. The body design is basically the same as Leica Q2, and it is also equipped with the same lens as Q2. and image stabilization.
This will allegedly be the first Q-series model with a dynamic display (not sure what that means),Video capability may exceed 4k but not 8kis expected to takeNew batteries and contactless charging system.
Of course, this model is relatively more expensive than the current Q2 at $5,795 (IT House Note: currently about 40,275 yuan).
Some time ago, it was also reported that the black and white version of the Leica M11 will be released in the summer of 2023, while the Leica SL3 will be released later in 2023 or in 2024.
For reference, the Leica Q2 is a full-frame portable digital camera with a 47.3-megapixel sensor that supports 4K video recording and was released in 2019; the Leica M11 is a rangefinder digital camera that can shoot up to 60-megapixel Photos can be output in 14bit RAW format; Leica SL2 is a full-frame mirrorless camera equipped with a 47.3-megapixel sensor, uses an L mount, and supports five-axis image stabilization.