It has been more than ten years since Leica released the S2 – a camera that had the appearance of a DSLR, but featured a significantly larger sensor than a 35mm-format camera. At the last Photokina, the company presented the camera’s successor: the Leica S3, featuring a resolution of 64 megapixels as its most prominent new feature.
Other details of the camera’s performance have also been improved. For example, the S3’s newly developed sensor offers a 71% higher resolution than its predecessor, along with a dynamic range of 15 stops and a maximum ISO of 50,000. In addition, the sensor surface can now be used to record uncropped 4K-cinema videos that retain the characteristic medium-format look.
Read more about the Leica S3 in the upcoming LFI issue 3/2020.
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