A new Leica flagship means there is a lot to be dreaming of if you are the kind of person who, like me, are charmed by the particular blend of new and classic that only Leica really delivers. And it would not be an “M” camera without some quirks.
Barney Britton and Richard Butler, DPReview:
This USB-C socket can be used for charging the camera and for rapid offload of data, from a memory card or the 64Gb of internal storage built into the camera. The camera comes with an Apple certified USB-C to Lightning lead for connection to iPhones and iPads.
It is a little funny to me that it comes with a USB-C to Lightning cable, even though the Apple device you would probably want to use for editing these massive files is the iPad Pro, which has a USB-C/Thunderbolt port at the bottom. Standards are great, that is why we have so many of them.
Calgary’s own Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake, also of DPReview, have a lovely video overview, too.