It is also water and dust resistant as well
Leica finally unveiled the successor to its Q full frame compact camera with the Q2. Boasting a new 47.3-megapixel sensor, a Maestro II image processor, and a 28mm f/1.7 Summilux lens, the Q2 has an ISO range of 50-50000, can do continuous shooting at 10 FPS, and has a 0.15 second autofocus lock-in time. A big upgrade for the Q2 over the OG Q is that you can shoot 4K UHD and Cine 4K video should you want to use it for videography.
You get a new 3.68-megapixel OLED viewfinder, a 3-inch 1.04-megapixel display, and a clever sensor crop feature to simulate 35mm, 50mm or 75mm focal lengths. The Q2 is made to do serious work, as it comes with water and dust resistance thanks to improved weather sealing.
With a $4,995(~Php 261.2k) price tag, the Q2 is made for die-hard Leica enthusiasts who want a trusty workhorse that can do serious video at the same time.