Leica has revealed its highest-resolution M-series camera to date (that shoots colour images), introducing the M10-R, price tag £7,100 / $8295.
The Leica M10-R has a full-frame sensor with 40.89 million pixels and has the same design as the Leica M10 and M10 variants like the M10 Monochrom and M10-P.
The new sensor marks a big jump from the 24-megapixel sensor found in the Leica M10.
The new Leica rangefinder camera also inherits the dampened shutter of the M10-P and M10 Monochrom, which makes it very quiet in use.
As usual with M-series cameras, exposure control is via traditional controls including shutter speed and sensitivity (IS) dials and an aperture ring on the lens. Focusing is entirely manual using the rangefinder system.
For more information, read our review of the Leica M10-R.
Leica M10-R Specifications
- Camera type: Digital rangefinder
- Announced: 16th July 2020
- Sensor: Full-frame (24 x 36mm) 40.89Mp CMOS
- Processor: Maestro II
- Lens mount: Leica M
- Viewfinder: Optical rangefinder type
- Screen: Fixed 3-inch touchscreen LCD with 1,036,800 dots and Corning Gorilla Glass
- Sensitivity range: ISO 100-50,000
- Shutter speed: 16min-1/4000sec
- Focusing: Manual (rangefinder)
- Video: N/A
- Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC
- Dimensions (WxDxH): 139 x 38.5 x 80mm
Leica M10-R Price and release date
The Leica M10-R has a list price of £7,100 / $8295 body only and is set to go on sale on 20th July.