Leica have revealed their new entry-level digital mirrorless camera, the Leica TL. The all-aluminium body houses a 16.5 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor.Leica have revealed their new entry-level digital mirrorless camera, the Leica TL. The all-aluminium body houses a 16.5 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor - techno-babble aside, this means that you will be able to compete with expensive, professional cameras with this tiny compact camera. The Leica TL also has 32GB of internal memory, so you'll be able to store plenty of pictures without having to fork out the cash for a memory card. The 3.7-inch touchscreen on the back of the camera has a subtle, but intuitive interface that will get you to the settings you want quickly. This tiny camera also has the ability to record videos in 1080p, has a built-in pop up flash and has a range of ISO 100 through to ISO 12500. The features don't stop there though. If you want to transfer the pictures from your Leica TL to your computer, you can use built-in WiFi, and if you don't have a WiFi point available, your camera will even act as a mobile hotspot. To top it off, you can even use your iPhone or Android phone as a remote viewfinder if you download the companion app for the camera, this should allow you to capture photographs where timing is essential. Available in Black, Silver or Titanium, this camera has everything you'll need and will take seriously good photos. You can purchase the Leica TL from Leica directly for £1,450.