Leica launches M10 rangefinder camera

Leica launches M10 rangefinder camera

Leica has announced a successor to its M240 called the M10. It boasts an all-new image sensor, processor, and wireless connectivity as a means to stay up to date with the company’s other offerings.

The M10 is made of brass and magnesium with a matte finish. There are differences in exterior design like a simplified button configuration, an added ISO dial, and a missing video recording button due to the lack of such feature. Other functions include a larger field of view for its viewfinder and Wi-Fi connectivity for wireless transfer of files.


Leica M10 specs:
24-megapixel CMOS full-frame sensor
Maestro II image processor
ISO 100-51,200
2GB internal memory
139 x 80 x 38.5mm
660 grams with battery
Black Chrome and Silver Chrome variants

The Leica M10 has a price tag of $6,495 during its launch.


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