Think of mirrorless camera systems and your mind might jump to the likes of Sony, who has been making some pretty good headway with its A-series of mirrorless cameras. Given that these days consumers seem to want cameras that can take high-quality images but also be compact, it is easy to see how the mirrorless system is the perfect option.

It has also led to other camera makers recognizing the potential and launching similar systems of their own, such as Leica who debuted their T-series a couple of years ago, and launched the Leica TL back in 2016. Now it looks like the company is back and ready for a newer model in the form of the Leica TL2, whose alleged images have been posted online by Nokishita Camera (via Leica Rumors).

At first glance it appears that the TL2 will retain the same design as the Leica TL. This is a good or bad thing depending on who you’re asking and whether or not you liked/disliked the TL’s design. As for the specs, it seems that the main focus here would be on the new 24MP APS-C sensor.

Other specs that are rumored to be part of the TL2 also include a new customizable interface that will offer more selections and options, the same Visoflex as the M10, it will still not have an EVF, a max ISO of 50,000, 4K video capture, and it is expected to be priced around $2,000. The official announcement is rumored to be on the 10th of July, or around that time, so check back with us soon to see if there will be any official details we can share.

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