Pixii Releases New Full-Frame Camera with Unique Features

TapTechNews July 4th news, the French camera manufacturer, Pixii, has launched a new product, and the Pixii Max full-frame camera has now been released.

The camera still supports Leica M-mount lenses and is equipped with a 24.5MP full-frame sensor, and also supports shooting RAW format photos in the native black and white way.

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Pixii Max can be selected in two colors and integrates digital rangefinding, enabling fast manual focusing, without autofocus function.

The camera still can only be shot through the viewfinder, without a large screen and without an SD card reader, and photos can be saved in the built-in 32GB or 128GB storage. TapTechNews visited the Pixii official website and temporarily did not query other information, and currently some pages of this website are under maintenance.

Pixii Max starts accepting reservations on the company's official website from Friday, July 5th:

The 32GB flash version is priced at 3999 euros (TapTechNews note: currently about 31,413 yuan).

The 128GB flash version is priced at 4249 euros (currently about 33,376 yuan).

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