Leica SL fast full-frame mirrorless camera delivers, but needs some design refinement

Chinese carrier exposes Huawei Mate 20 X 5G version ...id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody" data-component="indepthReview"> Sony has dominated the full-frame mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera space with its A7 series since it launched two years ago -- not terribly hard, as Sony's had the only cameras in that space until now. Enter the Leica SL, a powerful pro-oriented model with a few drawbacks.

As is pretty typical for a Leica, the camera costs roughly twice as much as its nearest competitor, the Sony A7R II , one plus 7 pro specs at $7,450 for the body (£5,050 in the UK) and $4,050 for huawei p30 specs nova 3i antutu rating the first available lens (£3,150), the Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm f2.8-4. (No prices for Australia have been announced yet, but the US body price converts to AU$10,280, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 specs Galaxy s9 plus specs A20e specs Revealed while the lens works out to AU$5,590.) The price looks a lot less steep if you compare it to full-frame dSLR models with fast continuous shooting, however.

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The sensor and galaxy a8s specs processor are the same as the Leica Q , so you'd expect the photos to look similar. The SL's photos and videos are generally terrific in all but very low light. If you want your out-of-the-camera JPEGs to look great you need to tweak the default settings because they'll clip a little too much shadow and highlight detail, or alternatively you need to under/over exposure high- (bright) and low-key (dark) scenes. You probably want to underexpose high contrast scenes as well, because it's relatively easy to recover shadow detail but not as much for the highlight detail. That's pretty typical, though.
15.09.2019 06:45:25
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