New Pixii camera with Leica M-mount (model 2023) now available for order: the first 64-bit camera in the world


As I already reported, Pixii released a new M-mount camera (model 2023) with updated software and a new 64-bit processor (the first 64-bit camera in the world):



The new Pixii 2023 model is now available for order and the first batch will be produced this month (December 2022). This is the company’s third camera iteration. The Pixii digital APS-C rangefinder is upgradeable: all owners of the current model will be able to upgrade their cameras to the latest hardware. Here are the full Pixii camera model 2023 specifications:

Overview
Pixii Camera, Model A2572
New 64-bit processor
26MP APS-C sensor
Interactive viewfinder

Original product
Made in France
2-year international warranty
30-day returns policy
Worldwide Express shipping by UPS

What’s in the Box
Pixii Camera, Model A2572
Battery (NP-FW50)
USB-A to USB-C cable
User manual

Upgradeable
New model evolution
Innovating and bringing more photographers with us on this journey
Always modern camera, a camera you can invest into.

Computational
First 64-bit camera in the world.
Computational photography, with a high quality image sensor.
Over-the-air software updates.

Inspirational
Power to the photographer, power where it matters.
Enhanced Monochrome mode.
Exclusive Live view mode.
5x faster AE, 2x more battery life, 3x Wi-Fi

Model
Pixii Camera
Connected digital camera with rangefinder viewfinder
Model A2572

Viewfinder
Optical viewfinder with coinciding rangefinder (magnification 0,67X)
Independent LED backlit framelines for standard prime lenses: 28mm, 35mm, 40mm and 50mm
Exposure indicators
Dynamic information display
Automatic parallax correction
Automatic LED intensity adjustment

Sensor
26MP BSI-CMOS sensor
6244×4168 active pixels, 3.76µm pixel pitch
3:2 APS-C optical format (1.5 ratio to 35mm)
Electronic shutter, speeds from 2s to 1/32000
12-14-16-bits programmable AD converter
Programmable gain from 0 to +36dB
Native gain: ISO 160 up to ISO 12800
Standard Bayer color filter
Optical stack with micro-lenses, no low-pass filter, IR filter < 1.0mm
Native monochrome mode
Output: Digital Negative (DNG), Mono DNG, GPR (compressed) or JPEG format

Lens
Interchangeable lens system
Leica-M compatible lens mount
Manual focus and aperture control
Dark chamber designed to fit collapsible lenses
Compatible with M39/LTM lenses via adapter (not included)

Body
Dual-block machined aluminium body
ISO accessory shoe
Tripod socket A ¼,
Lugs for carrying strap
Dimensions : 138x79x33mm
Weight: 460g (incl. battery)
Finish: space gray, matte black

Controls
Manual shutter speed selector
Automatic speed mode
2 stage shutter button: exposure metering/lock and shutter release
Top panel OLED control screen
In-finder control screen for settings and menu control
Quick ISO selection, white-balance and supplementary settings via integrated menu

System
64-bit quad-core ARM SoC
Image co-processor
Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity
Bluetooth LE 5.0
Internal storage: 16GB up to 256GB
USB-C connector, dual-role

Power
Li-ion 7.2V battery, 1080mAh capacity, model NP-FW50
Integrated USB charger
Programmable suspend and power off timer

Capacity
16GB – Can store up to 360 DNG images or more than 750 JPEG files.
32GB – About 800 DNG images or more than 1600 JPEG files.
64GB – 1600 DNG images or 3200 JPEG files.
128GB – 3200 DNG images or 6400 JPEG files.

PIXII camera future upgrades

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