Leica T

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The 18-56mm f/3.5-5.6 is a good all-round lens, but is only one of two native lenses available for the T system at the moment.

Leica T

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At ISO 3200, there's a fair amount of noise present, but at normal printing and web sizes the effect isn't too bad.

Leica T

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Colours are bright and punchy straight from the camera – but sometimes JPEG images can demonstrate strange colours compared with the raw format DNG file.

Leica T

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Plenty of detail is resolved by the Leica T's 16.5 million-pixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor.

Leica T

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There's no digital filters, as such, but there are different 'film simulation' modes to choose from, such as we've seen before from Fuji cameras. These recreate the look of classic film stock, but also give you the benefit of being shot in both JPEG and raw format, leaving you with a clean version of the image down the line should you need it.

Film simulation modes

Here are all the different simulation modes together so you can compare the differences.

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Leica T

Vivid

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Leica T

Natural

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Leica T

BW Natural

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Leica T

BW High Contrast

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