Leica want users to dive in back future but omitting the LCD by unveiling their latest digital rangefinder – The Leica M-D Typ 262.

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This German camera and lens maker,Leica calls for a bet that their new release will be able to take photos without a LCD screen making it feel like snapping photos back in ages replacing the LCD by a ISO dial where the LCD should be making this Leica capable of every manual settings as a DSLR has but,without a screen.

Leica is aiming photographers to master at every details of photography by the analog means to mark a art where as in these modern luxury days one might just snap a photo and can check it back known as chimping.
Leica is known to take great pictures and is famous since a very long time period and here  the Typ 262 is no exception,thanks to its 24 megapixel sensor,It is capable of shooting RAW images and can save it into  DNG format as users will be able to tone every details at post production.

The first screen less camera after a special edition of Leica M is very good at it’s own kind but as it seems it’s not made to shoot videos.

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Altogether it will cost you $5,995 coupling with a leather strap.

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