The new 26MP Pixii camera is here – and it still has no screen or card slot

Last year Pixii made its debut in the photography world, launching a rangefinder-style camera with a Leica M mount. What set the A112 apart from other cameras, however, was its lack of an LCD screen and memory card slots, instead opting for internal storage. 

Pixii has just announced the new Pixii camera with an updated 3:2 APS-C sensor, increased ISO sensitivity and a viewfinder that projects key information onto the image. The original Pixii camera only had an 11MP sensor, which seems crazy considering that it’s designed to work with Leica M lenses such as the extremely high-quality Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH. The new model has a 26MP sensor, which is 2.5x more than its predecessor, so image quality will really ramp up.

Steve Liem

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