The Pixii APS-C digital rangefinder camera with Leica M-mount tested at DxO Mark (the best APS-C camera rested so far)



The Pixii APS-C digital rangefinder camera with Leica M-mount was tested at DxO Mark and got the highest test score of all APS-C cameras:


Leica X Vario vs. Leica T vs. Pixii A1571 test comparison:


The full test review can be found here – here is the DxO Mark’s conclusion:

“Announced a few years ago, the Pixii rangefinder, in its latest iteration as the A1571, is certainly an intriguing proposition. Although not full-frame, at least it has a state-of-the-art APS-C size BSI CMOS sensor, while the absence of a rear screen and a dedicated monochrome DNG option lends a more analog-like user experience that enthusiasts will find attractive. It’s still not exactly cheap either, but rangefinder alternatives such as Leica M10 and the latest M11 model are much more expensive. Even the Leica Q2 fixed-lens compact isn’t low priced either. Pre-owned Leica rangefinders tend to hold their value as well, with the 12 1/2-year-old Leica M9 and its highly prized full-frame 18 MP CCD available at around the same price as the Pixii. Some may argue about the inconvenience of the 1.5x crop, especially when pre-visualizing the use of full-frame lenses, but as a rangefinder camera with a Leica M mount, there’s still a lot to like about the Pixii.”

Previous coverage of the Pixii APS-C digital rangefinder camera with Leica M-mount:

There is a new Pixii APS-C connected digital rangefinder camera with Leica M-mount

The first PIXII camera reviews are in

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