Leica has today launched their new M9-P digital camera which the company says is the smallest, full-frame digital camera in the world, measuring just 139 x 37 x 80 mm.
The Leica MP-9 is a newer version of Leica’s M9 rangefinder digital camera and has been designed for the professional user combining all the benefits of the original, with its compact size, full-frame, 18 megapixel 24 x 36mm sensor, together with a robust construction and $8000 price tag to match.
Other features of the new Leica M9-P include a a scratch-resistant, sapphire crystal covering on the LCD screen and anti-reflective coatings for improved visibility in difficult lighting conditions.
Its also equipped with an improved navigation system to access the menu and features using a new intuitive four-way switch and dial combination, which works in conjunction with the LCD display.
The Leica M9-P is available in two finishes either the classical Leica silver chrome or in black paint finish, pictured above. For more information on the new Leica M9-p model visit the Leica website.
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