If you think you haven't already spoiled your kid enough, here is an idea! Leica has collaborated with Disney to create a limited edition Leica Q2 featuring drawings from 1937 by renowned animator Don Towsley. The Leica Q2 Disney "100 Years of Wonder" special edition camera commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Disney film studios and honors the connection between the two brands.
In the early days of animation, Disney used Leica technology, and the name "Leica Reel" was coined to describe animated stills that are run on 35mm film projections.
The Q2 Disney's body is decorated with designs from a 1937 model sheet, as well as a top plate adorned with Mickey Mouse prints. To make the Q2 Disney even more unique, it is finished with tracing paper-like substance.
The special version shares the same specifications as the regular Q2. That means it has a 47.3-megapixel full-frame sensor and a fast Summilux 28mm prime lens.
Leica Q2 Key Specs
- Announcement Date: 2019-03-07
- 47MP - Full frame CMOS Sensor
- No Anti-aliasing (AA) filter
- ISO 100 - 100000
- 28 mm f1.70 Prime Lens
- Optical Image Stabilization
- 3.00" Fixed Type Screen
- 3680k dot Electronic viewfinder
- 20.0fps continuous shooting
- 4K (DCI) - 4096 x 2160 video resolution
- Built-in Wireless
- 734g. 130 x 80 x 92 mm
- Weather-sealed Body
- Replaced Leica Q-P Compare
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Price and Availability
This special edition is limited to 500 pieces globally, so you'll have to be extremely fast to order. Leica Q2 Disney "100 Years of Wonder" costs $5,995. The limited edition camera is now available at Leica Stores and online.
The collector's package includes the special edition camera, a protective dust bag, and a rope strap with matching Disney graphics.
You can get more details at Leica official page here.