Leica S Type 006

Last Updated (20 February’13):
- Review & Sample Photos @ Imaging-resource

Leica S Type 006 is a 37.5MP medium format camera with 3.0-inch LCD Monitor and High-Eye Point Viewfinder. It features 30 x 45mm Low-Noise CCD Sensor, ISO 100-1600, Leica S Bayonet Lens Mount, Dual CF and SD Memory Card Slots, DNG and JPEG File Format, Approximately 1,000 Exposures Per Charge, Integrated GPS, and compatible with Central Shutter Lenses. The camera measures (W x H x D) 6.3 x 3.1 x 4.7 inch / 160 x 80 x 120 mm and weight 2.78 lb / 1.26 kg (body only, with battery).

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Leica S Type 006 Reviews

Imaging-resource reviews the Leica S Type 006 and writes;
“The new Leica S possesses all the standard quality characteristics of the S-System including the large (30 x 45 mm) Leica Pro Format sensor and its microlens layer that guarantees consistently uniform brightness from corner to corner. Resembling all S-Lenses, the camera is extremely rugged and sealed against environmental influences such as dust and rain.”
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Features

Leica S Type 006 Features

The Leica S Type 006 uses a 37.5MP low noise CCD image sensor to capture extremely detailed medium format images. This camera is compatible with Leica lens that combines the low-noise CCD sensor and Leica glass ensure clarity and high quality image capture. Not only does it, the camera has a specially designed, highly efficient autofocus system that helps to gain focus quickly under a wide variety of situations. It also offer a sensitivity range, from ISO 100 to 1600 for greater clarity in images when working in both bright and dim-lighting.

Leica S Type 006 is able to capture professional image quality in a DNG or JPEG files format and has a 2GB buffer memory for smooth, fast operation of the camera, dual memory card slots for utilizing CF and SD/SDHC/SDXC cards. Moreover, the camera offers an intuitive handling with a minimum of control elements. It shows all of the camera functions in a clear and simple layout on the monitor screen and settings are entered with four soft keys and a click wheel. It uses a new control concept which offers a five-way switch in the form of a mini-joystick and an even clearer layout of the user interface.

In addition, the camera offers an ergonomic design with a high eye point viewfinder and a comfortable handgrip. It has a 3.0-inch TFT monitor which offers a 920,000 pixels covering the 16.7 million colors of the sRGB color space for bright and clear image viewing and assessment of sharpness, even in adverse lighting conditions. Leica S Type 006 also features an integrated GPS module, Dust and splash-proof interfaces.

Leica S Type 006 Features:

+ 37.5 Megapixel Resolution

+ 30 x 45mm Low-Noise CCD Sensor

+ 3.0″ LCD and High-Eye Point Viewfinder

+ ISO 100-1600

+ Leica S Bayonet Lens Mount

+ Dual CF and SD Memory Card Slots

+ DNG and JPEG File Capture

+ Approximately 1,000 Exposures Per Charge

+ Integrated GPS

+ Compatible with Central Shutter Lenses


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1 Comment »

Comment by Davis
2013-03-03 06:17:52

You can’t compare this to the d800. The Nikon is like a toy. Like comparing a Bristol car to a Mondeo, they’re oth cars……. The Nikon may have large files but they re not the same and people should get over having camera envy. The Nikon is fine but not anywhere like the S and people that buy the S, do so for different reasons than the people who buy the Nikon.

Stop comparining and go and take some pictures.

I have neither. I’m a Canon man, and I’m happy at that.

 

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