Leica has been busy with various new launches, but their recent releases all share a sense of subtlety. Following the footstep of M10-P and M10-D, the latest Leica Q-P once again does away with the iconic red dot. Instead, a discreet Leica script is engraved on the top plate. Unlike other cameras in Q series, Leica Q-P is finished with matte-black paint and features a redesigned shutter release similar to the one found on M and CL cameras. Technically, Leica Q-P is similar to Leica Q, equipped with 24 MP CMOS full-frame sensor, Summilux 28 mm f/1.7 ASPH lens, 3.68 MP digital viewfinder, Maestro II image processor and Leica FOTOS app support. Additionally, a premium leather carrying strap in brown and an extra battery are included.