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10 October 2018

Leica has announced its Leica Q Khaki, its latest limited-edition Leica. The Leica Q Khaki features khaki green leather trim, including its shoulder strap.

The full-frame 24-megapixel Leica Q inherits the same specifications as the standard Leica Q, including a Leica Summilux 28mm f1.7 ASPH. and integrated viewfinder.

The limited-edition Leica Q Khaki is available at Leica stores and boutiques for $4,995 and is limited to 495 units worldwide.

For more information see the text of the announcement below.

Leica Camera Releases Limited-Edition Leica Q Khaki

Leica Camera has announced its newest limited-edition offering, the Leica Q Khaki. Featuring real leather trim in khaki green, the new camera stands out from the other Leica Q color offerings with its unique aesthetic.

Equipped with the same innovative technology of the black and silver versions, the Leica Q Khaki combines all of the high performance qualities of a full frame sensor in a beautifully designed and highly groundbreaking compact camera. The new addition to the Leica Q family features the engraving of the classic Leica script on the top plate of the camera in matching khaki color and is also paired with a khaki green leather carrying strap.

The Leica Q Khaki is the perfect tool for street photography and low light shooting, as well as architecture and landscape shots due to its fast lens (the Leica Summilux 28mm f1.7 ASPH.) and full frame sensor (24 megapixels). The camera also features an integrated viewfinder with a resolution of 3.68-Mp, displaying the finest details of every exposure.

The limited-edition Leica Q Khaki is available at Leica Stores and Boutiques for $4,995 and is limited to 495 units worldwide.

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