Leica announced the arrival of a new addition to its camera portfolio, the Leica CL digital. It joins the Leica TL2 as the third camera in the company’s interchangeable APS-C line-up and takes its name from the original CL film camera released back in the 1970s.
In technical terms, the CL and TL2 are more or less on the same playing field. Both offer the same 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor, Maestro II processor, contrast detection AF system with 49 points, ISO range of 100-50000, 4K at up to 30fps, WiFi capabilities, and Leica L-mount. To find any differences, it is therefore necessary to dig a little deeper below the surface.
The main difference that sets these two cameras apart is the design, starting with the body.
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