The camera maker's first redesign in 60 years gets a helping hand from Audi.

Leica makes cameras that almost every photographer loves, which is why their designs haven't changed in nearly 60 years. But the company decided it was time for a change with the new Leica T, a mirror-less, non-rangefinder camera, with a completely new industrial design and an all-new lens mount.

To ensure the camera had a simple but striking design, Leica teamed up with the talented people at Audi to come up with the T's unique aluminum design. The camera itself also features a unique lug attachment system for straps and other accessories, a distinct lack of physical buttons, and a pop-up flash hidden beneath the immaculately polished exterior. For a full rundown of the camera's specs, be sure to check out the full-length article on The Verge.

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