Leica’s popular fixed-lens camera, the Leica Q, will be available in a new silver version from the end of November.


Angled view of the silver Leica Q camera. (Source: Leica Camera.)

Featuring a full-frame sensor and fast prime lens, the Leica Q has gained popularity with street photographers and travellers. The new colour version has silver anodised top and base plates, while the rear shell is coated with classic black paint. The characteristic, high-grip pattern of the black leather trim from the serial production model has been maintained, while the control elements on the top plate of the new version are now in silver. The design concept is complemented by engravings of the distance scale and the focal length numbers on the lens picked out in a shade of red that sets a colourful accent in the classic look of the camera.


Top view of the silver Leica Q camera. (Source: Leica Camera.)

The LEICA Q (Typ 116) Silver has an RRP  of AU$6,300. It will be available from the end of November.  For more information, visit https://au.leica-camera.com/.