Leica Cristina Barcelona

Woody Allen’s “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” inspired the title of this article. The whimsical architecture of Barcelona is the location for this test of the new Leica C (as in Cristina).

The Leica C is a pocket camera with a unique difference. It has a built-in Electronic Viewfinder. O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay! I chortled in my joy. This puts a merciful end to the usual pocket camera tourist salute: camera at arm’s length, eyes squinting at a glary monitor screen that’s impossible to view in sunlight. Leica C’s built-in 200,000 pixel Electronic Viewfinder duplicates the image provided by the push of a button on its 3″ TFT 920,000 pixel LED monitor. And because the 12 Megapixel 1/1.7″ (7.44 x 5.58 mm) sensor is CMOS, the EVF image is live-view in both still and full HD video.

There’s a tapas-like selection of useful specs to go over in the next article, as impressive as Barcelona’s spectacularly innovative restaurants.

The images below are un-retouched. To see the slideshow, click on the first image and navigate with the arrows. Right-click on an image to download and view the full rez 4000 x 3000 original.



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  1. Great photos Jon. Did you get your M240?

  2. Pingback: Leica C | Film and Digital Times

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