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The essentials:

  • 17 MP 4/3 inch sensor
  • Vario-Summilux 24-75 mm f/1.7–2.8 ASPH. lens
  • High-speed AF and burst shooting with “post focus” feature
  • Integrated EVF – High resolution and eye sensor
  • High-resolution touch display (1.24 MP)
  • 4k pro-video recording
  • Variable frame rate recording (24p/25p/30p)
  • JPEG and RAW images
  • ISO sensitivity up to 25600
  • Integrated Bluetooth & Wifi for Leica FOTOS App


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3 Installments including 2.0% processing fees each RM 2,165.80
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Product description:


The newest D-Lux is the beginner’s gateway tool to advanced imagery as well as a trusty everyday companion for seasoned pros.

Never miss capturing a moment. With its incredibly compact size, the D-Lux was designed to accompany you wherever you go. But in the tradition of Leica cameras, quality is never a compromise.

The retractable Summilux lens has a zoom range of 24-75mm with an aperture of 1.7-2.8. This super-fast lens was paired with a 4/3 sensor that shoots 17-megapixel images, ensuring that every shot is as real as the moment you captured.

Whether you’re shooting in the camera’s 4K video mode or using burst mode to capture up to 11 frames per second, the D-Lux 7 allows you to switch between image and video in an instant. Automatic settings mean you can focus on the action rather than the dials.

But the D-Lux 7 isn’t just made for easy photography. The camera’s system is manually operatable and allows for complete customisation. Combined with the low-light capabilities of the lens and sensor, you get complete creative freedom and can experiment with depth of field.

That makes the D-Lux a brilliant tool for teaching you the fundamental principles of photography with every image you take.

brand new feature to the D-Lux 7 is that the focus point of a photo can be changed after the image is already taken. Alternatively, several photos with different focus points can be superimposed onto each other and merged with the aid of Focus Stacking. This way you could, for instance, create a greater depth of focus in macro photography.

The handling of the camera is simple and intuitive and the display has full touch functionality. Image focus can be controlled with the tip of your finger, directly on the screen.

An integrated Wi-Fi mode allows the D-Lux 7 to be controlled remotely through the Leica FOTOS app and images to be transferred to your phone instantly, for sharing with friends and social media.

The D-Lux 7 includes a small flash.

Weight 1140 g
Lens System

Leica Dc Vario-Summilux 10.9-34 F/1.7-2.8 Asph., 35Mm Camera Equivalent: 24 – 75Mm, Aperture Range: 1.7 – 16 / 2.8 – 16 (At 10.9 / 34Mm)

Image Sensor

4/3″ Mos Sensor, Total Pixel Number: 21, 770, 000, Effective Pixels: 17, 000, 000, Primary Color Filter

Shutter And Release

Electronically And Mechanically Controlled


0.38″ Lcd Viewfinder, Resolution: Approx. 2, 760, 000 Dots, Field Of View: Approx. 100%, Aspect Ratio: 16:9, With Diopter Adjustment -4 To +3 Diopters, Magnification: Approx. 0.7X (35Mm Camera Equivalent), Eye Sensor

Video Recording Format

[Mp4] 3840A2160/30P (100 Mbit/S), 3840A2160/24P (100 Mbit/S), 1920A1080/60P (28 Mbit/S), 1920A1080/30P (20 Mbit/S), 1280A720/30P (10 Mbit/S)



Audio Recording

Aac (Stereo)


[Hdmi]: Micro Hdmi Type D, [Usb/Charge]: Usb 2.0 (High Speed) Micro-B


Approx. 118 X 66 X 64Mm / 4 21/32 X 2 41/64 X 2 9/16″

Weight Leica

Approx. 403G/14, 2 Oz / 361G/12, 7 Oz


External Flash Unit (Included In Scope Of Delivery)

Picture Format

Raw/Jpeg (Based On “design Rule For Camera File System” And On The “exif 2.31″ Standard)

Flash Range

Approx. 0.6 – 14.1M/2 – 46′ / 0.3 – 8.5M/1 – 27′ (At Shortest / Longest Focal Length)



Digital Zoom

Max. 4X

Min Illuminance

Approx. 5Lx (When I-Low Light Is Used, The Shutter Speed Is 1/30 S)

Metering Modes

Multi-Zone, Center-Weighted, Spot

Exposure Control

Program (P), Aperture-Priority (A), Shutter-Priority (S), Manual Setting (M)

Exposure Compensation

±5Ev In 1/3 Ev Steps (±3Ev Dial Setting Range)

Operating Temperature

0 – 40°C (32 – 104°F) / 10 – 80% Rh

Flash Modes

Auto, Auto/Red-Eye Reduction, On, On/Red-Eye Reduction, Slow Sync., Slow Sync./Red-Eye Reduction, Off


3.0″ Tft Lcd, Resolution: Approx. 1, 240, 000 Dots, Field Of View: Approx. 100%, Aspect Ratio: 3:2, Touch Screen Functionality

Flash Unit Attachment

In The Camera’s Hot Shoe

Shutter Speed Stills

T (Max. Approx. 30Min), 60 – 1/4000 S (With The Mechanical Shutter), 1 – 1/16000 S (With The Electronic Shutter Function)

Shutter Speed Motion

1/25 – 1/16000 S (When [4K/100M/24P] Is Set In [Rec Quality]), 1/2 – 1/16000 S (When Manual Exposure Mode Is Set And [Mf] Is Selected), 1/30 – 1/16000 S (Other Than The Above). Continuous Recordable Time: – When The Resolution For [Rec Quality] Is Set To

Cont Series Exposure Frequency

Electronic / Mechanical Shutter: 2Fps (L) / 7Fps (M) / 11Fps (H)

No Of Serial Record Pics

With Raw Files: 32 Or More* Without Raw Files: 100 Or More* * Based On Cipa Standards And A Card With A Fast Read/Write Speed

Optical Image Stable

Optical Compensation System


0.5M / 1’6″ To ?

Af Macro Mf Snapshot

Maximum Wideangle Setting: 3Cm / 1 3/16″ To ?

Modes Motion Pictures

Maximum Telephoto Setting: 30Cm / 1 17/8″ To ?

Flash Guide No

10 / 7 (With Iso 200 / 100)

Flash Illum Angle

Matched To Cover The Lens’ Shortest Focal Length Of 10.9Mm

Flash Dimensions

Approx. 31 X 41.5 X 30Mm / 1 7/32 X 1 5/16 X 1 11/64″

Flash Weight

Weight Approx. 25G / 0.05Lb

Recording Media

Sd / Sdhc* /Sdxc* Memory Cards, (*Uhs-I/Uhs Speed Class 3)

Wifi Compliance Standard

Ieee 802.11B/G/N (Standard Wireless Lan Protocol)

Wifi Freq Range Used

2412- 2462Mhz (1 To 11Ch), Maximum Output Power: 13Dbm (Eirp)

Wifi Encryption Method

Wi-Fi Compliant Wpa™ / Wpa2™

Wifi Access Method

Infrastructure Mode

Bluetooth Compliance

Bluetooth Ver. 4.2 (Bluetooth Low Energy (Ble))

Bluetooth Freq Range

2402 To 2480Mhz, Maximum Output Power: 10Dbm (Eirp)

Power Consumption

2.1W/2.8W (When Recording With Monitor/Viewfinder), 1.7W/1.9W (When Playing Back With Monitor/Viewfinder)