Leica Digilux 2
Type Electronic viewfinder
Sensor CCD
Maximum resolution 2,560 × 1,920 (5 million)
Lens Fixed
Viewfinder Electronic
Storage Secure Digital and Multi Media Card

The Digilux 2 is a digital camera model sold by Leica Camera AG supplies, with the body manufactured in Japan by Matsushita, which sold a variant as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC1. Its image sensor is a CCD with 5.24 million total pixels. It has a color, transreflective thin-film transistor liquid crystal display with 211,000 pixels, in addition to an electronic viewfinder. It has a near-focus range of 30 centimeters. The camera has a built-in flash. This flash, first of its kind, has the ability to be pointed up, as well as the standard method of pointing straight ahead, in order to "bounce" the light off a ceiling. The camera weighs 630 grams (without a battery). Its dimensions are 135 millimeters in width, 82 millimeters in height, and 103 millimeters in depth. The camera is fitted with a Leica Vario Summicron lens of f/2 with a zoom function of 28mm - 90mm in 35mm format.

The main selling point of the Digilux 2 is that it functions in a manner reminiscent of a rangefinder camera; the Leica lens features manual zoom, aperture and focus rings and the shutter speed can be manually adjusted via a dial on the camera. Many users cite the excellent Leica DC Vario-Summicron lens as their reason to purchase.

See also

External links

Official sites

  • Leica Camera AG

Other links

  • Leica Digilux 2 review by Danish photographer Thorsten Overgaard
  • John Thawley Discusses Leica Digilux 2
  • John Thawley Compares Leica Digilux 2 and Panasonic DMC LC1
  • Leica Camera Workshop Asia

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