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By Charlie F.I own a Leica Q2. My first Leica.... and I love it. From the simple controls, to the image sharpness and colour fidelity.
However, for my occasional gig and landscape photography I use a Nikon D850 with a range of long and prime lenses. I'm toying with the idea of trading my Nikon for the mirrorless SL2. The similar controls, lens quality, sharpness and build quality are all factors in my consideration. Is this a sound move? Can I make it work? What lenses would be available to me [not just from Leica, but maybe Panasonic/Sigma, etc]?
Any advice/criticism welcome. Thanks!
NB. I currently use a 300mm Nikon lens for some of my photography, is there an option in the Leica system for such a lens?
By jruffoloUPDATE: Price is negotiable, please send me your best offer if interested!
Up for sale is a new in box Leica TL (8854) in black, that I had purchased as a backup camera but never got around to using. The camera is in new condition, and has only been powered on to upgrade to the latest firmware v2.2 prior to me putting it up for sale. Included with the camera are all items originally shipped with the camera (Owner's manual, cables, battery, power supply with international plug assortment, strap, body cap, etc.), as well as all original packaging including the outer box. The protective film is still on the back of the camera as well. The horizontal lines that appear in some of the photos of the rear touch screen are only manufacturing marks on the protective sticker, and are not on the LCD themselves.
Standard UPS ground shipping within the continental United States is included with the price of the camera. The camera is located within the Chicagoland area - local pickup is welcome as well.
More images in higher resolution may be viewed by clicking on the link below:
LEICA TL IMAGE GALLERY
Should you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to send me a message and I'll get back to you as soon as possible!
Thank you for your interest and best regards,