Leica M10-D

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The M10-D is another variation on the current generation of the venerable Leica rangefinder camera. This time, though, virtually all of the controls and review moves to your smartphone (via Wi-Fi); the M10-D doesn't have a rear LCD.

  • Sensor: 24mp CMOS sensor, 24x36 (no crop from 35mm film), Bayer color filtration, no AA filter
  • ISP: Maestro II
  • Mount: Leica M
  • Images: 5952 x 3992 JPEG or 14-bit raw DNG, 5 fps max (40 frame buffer)
  • Video:  none
  • Shutter: mechanical 8 sec to 1/4,000 sec, bulb 
  • Exposure: center-weighted, -3 to +3EV exposure compensation (via dial), 8 white balance settings (plus Custom), ISO 100-50000 (plus Pull 80)
  • Focus: manual focus
  • Display: no rear LCD; optical viewfinder (.73x magnification) framelines for 24, 28, 35, 50, 75, 90mm lenses
  • Flash: hot shoe, 1/180 flash sync, red-eye reduction, slow sync, rear sync
  • Remote: no
  • Other Notable Features: 2GB internal memory, Wi-Fi, auto lens compensation, uses Leica's FOTOS app (Android, iOS) to control, fold-out thumb rest 
  • Cards: one SD, SDHC
  • Battery: BP-SCL5 (? shots CIPA)
  • Size: 5.5 x 3.1 x 1.5" (139 x 80 x 38.5mm) wide, tall, deep
  • Weight: ? ounces (?g) including batteries
  • Colors: Black
  • Price: US$7995 body only
  • Current Firmware: 1.0.0
  • Announced: October 25, 2018

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