Leica has today launched their new Leica M10-D digital camera which is equipped with a rangefinder and offers a similar design to the M10-P, but is not equipped with an LCD display. Everything other than shutter speed can be tweaked and set using the companion application which Leica has designed to complement the camera.
“The Leica M10-D brings the unique experience of analog photography back into the digital world. While modern photography encounters an overwhelming number of features and functions, the M10-D is a bold statement of a conscious focus on the essentials of both the philosophy and function of photography.”
With regards specifications the M10-D camera is equipped with a 24 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and Maestro II processor, offering a maximum ISO of 50000. Other features include a 5 fps burst rate and optional GPS although the camera does lack any I/O ports and EVF is optional. Specifications of the Leica M10-D digital camera include :
Body type – Rangefinder-style mirrorless
Max resolution – 5952 x 3992
Effective pixels – 24 megapixels
Sensor size – Full frame (35.8 x 23.9 mm)
Sensor type – CMOS
ISO Auto – 100-50000
Lens mount – Leica M
Focal length mult. – 1×
Articulated LCD – No
Max shutter speed – 1/4000 sec
Storage types – SD/SDHC/SDXC
Weight (inc. batteries) – 660 g (1.46 lb / 23.28 oz)
Dimensions – 139 x 38 x 80 mm (5.47 x 1.5 x 3.15″)
For an in-depth review of the Leica M10-D digital camera jump over to the Verge website where Dan Seifert takes you through his hands on appraisal.
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