In the eyes of many, 35mm film photography was snuffed out in the early 2000s. But a small, dedicated fan base has continued to smolder. For all intents and purposes, Leica launched the 35mm camera. And it seems that nearly a century later, they are still committed to fanning the flames that they themselves ignited.
DPReview just released its annual camera industry predictions video where Chris and Jordan discuss what they think will come from the leading manufacturers. I think that, for the most part, they’re right on the nose. 2020 was an “upset the apple cart” kind of year. I think that were it not for the COVID-19 pandemic,
Leica has announced the SL2-S, a 24.6-megapixel L-Mount full-frame mirrorless camera that puts more emphasis on speed and video performance than the original SL2. Capable of 25 frames per second shooting and ISO up to 100,000, the SL2-S also boasts considerable video prowess. The Leica SL2-S is the first Leica to feature a BSI sensor