Leaf Aptus II 80 MP Digital Camera Costs $32K

December 21, 2010, By Leo Xavier

You might have the heard the name Leaf Aptus II before. The digital camera has actually been in development for a while. This camera is in a league of its own when compared to the Nikon Coolpix S205, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 or the Canon PowerShot SX30.

The Leaf Aptus II is the world’s highest resolution, one-shot medium format digital camera back. The Aptus II seems to be the most versatile camera ever made since it comes equipped with a powerful full-frame 53.7 x 40.3mm 80 MP CCD sensor and it also has a 3.5 inch touch screen.

But the most amazing fact about the Aptus II is that the pictures can come out at 10,320 x 7,752. Each image will be about 480MB in size.

With the built-in SensorFlex technology, you can choose to shoot images either at full resolution or can select an aspect ratio, such as the 1:1 with 60MP resolution.

This camera appears to be awesome, but every good thing in life is costly, right? The Aptus II comes with a price tag of $32,000. If you have that much amount of cash just lying there in your account and if you are planning to get the camera, you can read its full specs here.

Check out the video below to take a peek at the camera in action.

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