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Leica 10771 M 24MP RangeFinder Camera with 3-Inch TFT LCD Screen - Body Only (Silver/Black)

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  • Leica Max 24 MP Sensor for maximum imaging quality.
  • Fast Leica Maestro image processor
  • Universal capabilities with Live View and the electronic viewfinder.
  • Splash-proof camera body.
  • 3" display with 920,000 pixels, Corning® Gorilla® glass screen protector.
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Color: Silver/Black

The new Leica M is the most innovative and versatile M-Camera that the modern M-System has ever created. It unites decades of experience in rangefinder technology with groundbreaking digital technologies: It features a completely newly developed high-resolution full-format CMOS sensor that, in combination with its high-performance processor and the legendary M-Lenses; delivers outstanding imaging results. With Live View, video, and new additional focusing methods, it is also the M for photographers who do not wish to miss out on any of what modern digital technology has to offer.

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Color: Silver/Black
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.6 x 3.2 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Item model number: 10771
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,699 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 31, 2012

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100 of 104 people found the following review helpful By ChrisC on September 6, 2013
Color: Black Verified Purchase
If you've shot Leica before then the short summary of this review is: The Leica M typ 240 is the better camera.

The Leica M9 had lots of character, that special quality that's hard to describe but oh so easy to see in your photos - but the M9 also had a lot of limitations and sometimes frustrating shortcomings, the look was second to none, but trying to shoot a few frames in quick succession and the camera could freeze and require you to take out and re-insert the battery. The LCD screen was good for reading menu text, but really viewing photos on it was more of a theoretical thing since the color cast and detail was horrible and zooming in to see if you nailed the focus would take seconds to render - I could go on and on, but as far as the system around the amazing imaging went, it was a barely working camera.

The typ 240 changes all of that and more - the rangefinder focusing is more accurate and it'll nail more shots then ever before, the sensor is higher quality, the colors are more accurate, no more green cast and blown out reds. The LCD screen is beautiful and zooming in to photos is instant, files are now usable upto 3200 ISO - and it even has live view which can be quite useful when it's too dark to RF focus or when you're shooting at f0.95. Just everything about it is a huge step forward and makes for a much better camera.

If you haven't shot Leica before, then this short review won't be enough to tell you everything you need to know - but there's countless resources available online to help you out there.
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65 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Sam on January 27, 2014
Color: Black
UPDATE - camera has been back to Leica twice for service. First time they paid, second time they sent me a bill for $1200 to re-repair a loose sensor and misalignment of the rangefinder. I fear Leica has jumped the shark. I have owned a lot of their glass over the years. I'm probably never buying another (new, at least) camera from leica. For the money I would buy a used phase one with a digital back and get 10x the camera and quality.

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I often try to talk myself into liking something that I got ripped off on buying in order to justify getting ripped off. I feel a little bit that way with this camera. Before you say, "Oh you are a poor person; you aren't the right consumer for a Leica; go buy a Panasonic," let me interject that the M240 is my third Leica and I'm absolutely not afraid to spend money. I'm not going to return this camera or unload it onto craigslist or the like but I don't feel good about how much it cost; it feels like a bad value. I would have been happy to pay $2-3k for this but for $7k+ I could have bought a Sony full frame and a bunch of new glass for it. The only reason I'm keeping this is because the images are breathtaking and I can use the $30k worth of Leica glass I already own and know how to use/like and not have to buy more lenses.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Suman on April 16, 2014
Color: Silver/Black
You either get a Leica or you get a Leica ... there is just no comparison.

Leica's rich photographic history, gorgeous, clean construction, German engineering, compact body, beautifully illuminated Rangefinder patch, no DSLR-like Shutter lag, being able to come close to the subject and being part of the scene, Leica's superior range of beautifully constructed, small yet fast aperture lenses with manual focus; that sweet, discreet, orgasmic shutter sound and the sheer joy and purist simplicity of using a Leica ...

I never regret selling all my CanoNikon gear. Sold those plastic junks, saved up for couple of years and bought myself a beautiful Leica and I am loving every bit of it. People say it is expensive, yes it is, but instead of buying CanoNikon gear every 5 years, you buy a Leica and it is likely to outlast you. A Leica is for life. You save money in the process, because you are not going for the latest gimmick every few years. You already have a Leica and it has a special place in your photography practice, at least that's how my Leica makes me feel.

By the way, you can get a used Leica M3, M6 (film), or even a used Leica M8 (digital) and you don't have to sell a kidney to get your hand on one of those beauties.

Finally, (and this is important), it's not about specs. If specs is the most important thing for you, then forget Leica, move on, there is nothing to see here. There is no end to this spec-race, there will always be new cameras with 'better' specs, but that's not why you buy a Leica. Those who keep arguing about specs are missing the whole point of owning a Leica. You don't buy Leica after looking at a Spec-Sheet. You buy Leica with your heart.
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