The Leica Q2 Reporter continues a long tradition of Leica cameras specifically designed to meet the challenges of reportage and press photography. Along with its robust exterior, the camera is distinguished by a particularly unobtrusive appearance – enabling the photographer to work without drawing undue attention. For this purpose, the red Leica dot and the coloured engravings were consciously omitted from this product variant.
Leica Q2 Reporter
The design variant of the Leica Q2 is enveloped in a ‘body armour’ made of Aramid Fiber – a synthetic material known for its exceptional resilience. Over time, exposure to natural UV rays will change the fabric’s colour, until it matches the dark green, highly scratch-resistant finish of the camera body. In addition to these traits, the Leica Q2 Reporter offers the same level of protection against dust and water ingress as the serial model.
A synthetic material used in high-grade protective clothing. Aramid Fiber are so tightly spun that they are almost impossible to separate. In addition to excellent grip, it is also resistant to chemical and thermal hazards. As a result, the Q2 Reporter’s Aramid Fiber trim – woven in a distinctive pattern – offers outstanding protection even in the harshest conditions.
Leica Q2 Monochrom Reporter
Externally, the Leica Q2 Monochrom Reporter looks indistinguishable from its colour-capable sister model, with the exception of the discreet MONOCHROM lettering on the lower edge of the display. Based on the Leica Q2 Monochrom, this variant is equipped with an exclusively black and white sensor – making it an even more purist embodiment of a classic reportage camera. With its Aramid Fiber trim, scratch-resistant finish and pared-down design, the Leica Q2 Monochrom Reporter is a robust yet discreet companion, even in challenging shooting situations.
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