Leica has just officially announced the new Leica M10-R. It is the latest revision of the Leica’s M-mount rangefinder camera, featuring a 40MP sensor, the highest resolution, more dynamic range and less noise than previous models, the same ultra-quiet shutter of other recent M models, and exposures as long as 16 minutes. This new camera costs $8,295, first available for pre-order at B&H/ Adorama. Read More »
Leica has officially announced the new M10 Monochrom digital rangefinder camera today. It uses a new 40MP sensor that Leica says was ‘designed from the ground up’ to handle black and white photography. The new sensor has lowered the base ISO from 320 to 160, and Leica also claims an improvement in dynamic range. The US price for Leica M10 Monochrom is $8,295.00, now available for pre-order at Adorama/B&H Photo Video.
According to latest rumors, Leica will announce a new Leica M10-D full frame rangefinder camera in next several months. Currently, no other info about Leica M10-D, stay tuned.
Leica has introduced the M10-P (B&H Photo Video/Adorama), a higher-priced version of the M10 that removes the famous red dot and adds a quieter shutter in order to make the camera ‘the stealthiest M ever’. Though ironically, if stealth is its aim, Leica has also added its trademark script to the top plate, which is hard to miss.
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