Leica has just opened its 10th store in Japan, locates on the fifth floor of Ginza Six, the largest commercial complex in the Ginza area. To celebrate the occasion, the German manufacturer has announced two special editions Leica Q cameras: Leica Q” Ginza 6 “Orange” and “Leica Q” Ginza 6 Cemens Gray “. Limited to just 30 of each, the new cameras are available in-store for ¥658,800 JPY (around $6,006) each.
Thanks to a full-frame sensor and a particularly high-speed, classic focal length prime lens, the Leica Q boasts fast and intuitive handling. Its Leica Summilux 28 mm f/1.7 ASPH. lens makes it ideal for available light situations and has an angle of view that reproduces scenes with natural perspectives and proportions. This makes it the perfect camera for street, architectural and landscape photography. Together with a 24 MP, full-frame CMOS sensor precisely matched to its lens, the camera delivers richly detailed exposures with extremely low noise in optimum quality at ISO sensitivities up to 50,000.
Leica Store GINZA SIX offers a wealth of products including accessories. A variety of seminars and events are planned to help you further enjoy the rich world of photography. The Leica store features the latest products including the world-famous Leica M created from 160 years of optical and precision technology and backed with traditional craftsmanship as a German manufacturer. You can also find other professional systems, compact digital cameras, lenses, accessories, and sports optics such as binoculars. We look forward to seeing you at the store. The store also features a gallery space where you can view images captured on Leica cameras.