Leica introduces M10 Monochrom Rangefinder full-frame 40MP camera; get latest info from B&H photo

The camera’s magnesium-alloy body features a matte-black finish with black leatherette trim and, like most classic M cameras, the top and bottom plates are made of brass.

Leica introduces M10 Monochrom Rangefinder full-frame 40MP camera; get latest info from B&H photo
Leica introduces M10 Monochrom Rangefinder full-frame 40MP camera; get latest info from B&H photo

Leica introduces M10 Monochrom Rangefinder full-frame 40MP camera; get latest info from B&H photo

B&H Photo would like to share the announcement of the Leica M10 Monochrom Digital Rangefinder Camera. Based on the M10, this new camera features an all-new 40.89MP monochrome CMOS sensor to capture stunning black-and-white images.

“1.04m-Dot Touchscreen LCD ISO 160-100,000, Up to 4.5 fps Shooting Stills-Only Operation Built-In Wi-Fi, for Use with FOTOS App Weather-Resistant Brass Construction Sensitivity has been expanded with a range of ISO 160-100000. Other features include a Maestro II image processor, a bright, 3”

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Leica M10 Monochrom Digital Rangefinder Camera Highlights https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1540177-REG/leica_20050_m10_monochrom_digital_rangefinder.html

  • 40MP Full-Frame B&W CMOS Sensor
  • No Color Array or Low Pass Filter
  • Leica Maestro II Image Processor
  • Optical 0.73x-Magnification Viewfinder
  • 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot Touchscreen LCD
  • ISO 160-100,000, Up to 4.5 fps Shooting
  • Stills-Only Operation
  • Built-In Wi-Fi, for Use with FOTOS App
  • Weather-Resistant Brass Construction

Sensitivity has been expanded with a range of ISO 160-100000. Other features include a Maestro II image processor, a bright, 3″ 1.036m-dot Gorilla Glass touchscreen LCD for live view focusing, composing, and playback on the rear of the camera and, of course, the camera also features the world-renowned Leica rangefinder focusing system.

The camera’s magnesium-alloy body features a matte-black finish with black leatherette trim and, like most classic M cameras, the top and bottom plates are made of brass. Leica’s new M10 Monochrom is compatible with all of Leica’s current M-mount lenses ranging from 18mm to 135mm, as well as most Leica M-mount lenses dating back to 1954.

Ideal for detailed landscapes and portrait work, the camera’s matte-black finish and spartan use of white enamel engravings and nameplates (there’s no red dot on the front of the M10 Monochrom) make the M10 Monochrom the perfect street photography camera for monochromatic imaging.

Leica M10 Monochrom Hands-on Review at B&H Explora Blog: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/hands-on-review/hands-on-review-of-the-incredible-leica-m10-monochrom