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Leica Q2 Reporter Camera Now Available For 4,950

The Leica Q2 Reporter is a new, ultra-robust camera that features Kevlar armour and a distinctive green look.

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Leica Q2 reporter


After introducing a product variant of the full-frame compact camera Leica Q2 which is available now, Leica has today introduced a Leica Q2 Reporter camera which is clad in Kevlar. 

The Leica Q2 Reporter continues a long tradition of Leica cameras that are specifically geared towards the challenging working environments of reportage and press photographers - offering maximum precision and reliability even in the most adverse conditions.

Instead of the traditional leather trim, the Leica Q2 Reporter is equipped with a ‘body armour’ made of Kevlar, a synthetic material widely used in the production of high-grade protective clothing. The camera also has a matte-green finish that's scratch and abrasion-resistant. 

The Kevlar trim protects the camera against mechanical, chemical and thermal hazards. Although the fabric is initially near black, exposure to natural UV rays will gradually change its tone, until it closely matches the camera’s paint finish. In addition, the Kevlar fibres become slightly more raised over time, which further improves the photographer’s grip on the camera.

The Leica Q2 Reporter is now available at Leica Store Mayfair, 64-66 Duke Street, London, W1K 6JD for an RRP of £4,950.00.

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6 Jul 2022 1:28PM
It looks like Leica has stopped selling the Q model. There is a notable difference between the two models. The Q has half the pixels and therefore the larger pixels. It should be a better camera for low-light situations and be able to shoot more frames per second.

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