Following each fourth revolution of a object a unit of British people transport to a unfamiliar land, tumble over in a sleet and ice and afterwards come home. There are copiousness of opportunities to do this while snapping to a shops, so we’re astounded Team GB trafficked all a approach to Korea for a privilege.
Anyway, we digress. It’s Winter Olympics time and that means a horde of snazzy Games-themed tech. We’ve already seen a exclusive-to-athletes Samsung Galaxy Note 8, though a imaging gods during Leica have served adult an Olympics book we can (conceivably) indeed buy.
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The overwhelming Leica Q Snow has been combined in partnership Iouri Podladtchikov, a Swiss Olympic and World Champion halfpipe snowboarder.
Basically, it’s a customary Leica Q with a reward white leather chassis, along with a relating box and shoulder strap.
It’s got a same 24-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor as good as a 22mm f/17 Summilux lens. Thanks to Wi-Fi integration, it’ll also span with a Leica smartphone app.
However, a choice of white isn’t associated to a snowy conditions winter athletes tend to work in, according to Podladtchikov.
He said: “White, for me, also means ‘carte blanche’ – it’s adult to you. It’s time to get creative.”
Right we are.
Unfortunately it’s singular to 300 units worldwide, creation a chances of nabbing it on a standard with Team GB commanding a award list in Pyeongchang.
If we can obstacle one when it goes on sale in March, it’ll set we behind a neat £4,300.
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