The Leica V-Lux 20 Digital Camera which is the flagship model as far as the low-end Leica digital cameras are concerned was a highly speculated product for a long time now and a few even doubted its existence. The jinx has now been broken as the details and the image of the digital camera have finally leaked on the web. The Leica V-Lux 20 is based on the Panasonic ZS-7 and both cameras share a lot in common.
The Leica low-end flagship can of course capture still images but it also gets blessed with the ability to record HD videos at 720p resolution. On flipping the camera to the rear, you will find a 3.0-inch LCD display as well as a GPS connector for geo-tagging images on the go.
The leak also gives details about its pricing and availability, which seldom happens. Anyway, the Leica V-Lux 20 digital camera will start shipping in Europe by April 20th and it will cost $750 (US) when it eventually arrives. [via: Leicarumors]