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Leica M10 Digital Rangefinder Camera (Silver)
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- 24MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
- Leica Maestro II Image Processor
- Optical 0.73x-Magnification Viewfinder
- 3.0" 1.04m-Dot LCD with Gorilla Glass
- ISO 100-50000, Up to 5 fps Shooting
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Embracing their filmic heritage without losing sight of contemporary needs, the Leica M10 blends a pared-down physical design with enhanced imaging capabilities to produce an elegant and intuitive tool for still photography. Utilizing a redeveloped 24MP full-frame CMOS sensor and Maestro II image processor, the M10 yields high-resolution imagery with an extended dynamic range, high sensitivity to ISO 50000, and a continuous shooting rate of 5 fps. Separating itself from previous digital M rangefinders, the M10 features a slim body profile reminiscent of M film cameras, and the optical viewfinder's magnification has been increased to 0.73x for greater composition and focusing accuracy. The body design also incorporates a dedicated ISO dial for quick adjustment, even when the camera is turned off, and the rear 3.0" 1.04m-dot LCD features a Gorilla Glass cover to guard against scratching and light impacts. Also contributing to durability, the top and bottom plates are constructed from brass and the chassis is built from magnesium alloy to realize a robust physical construction for long-lasting use. Additionally, unique among M cameras, the M10 also sports an integrated Wi-Fi module for wireless sharing and remote camera control from a linked mobile device.
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I picked this up because I have always loved Leica's philosophy of the essentials and their build quality. I love shooting film photography and wanted the experience of film but in a digital format to have the instant results. This is my first Leica, The camera really feels like shooting film and has that experience like a film camera of slowing down and making sure you are getting what you hope for. Rangefinder experience is my favorite.
The simplicity of the camera is amazing.
The build quality is absolutely impressive.
The ergonomics are ideal for my taste.
The down side is the highlight dynamic range. It has good latitude in range minus the highlights. This camera likes to be underexposed.
All that is needed in addition is an extra battery and nice lenses.
The second issue is the super slow performance with the EVF. When I bought the EVF I expected to use it in that mode most of the time. But the EVF lag time is so long that it makes the camera useless for fast-reaction time shots, such as street or event photography. Plus the EVF sucks battery life even faster. Again, might as well just use the 262.
Every time Apple releases a new product, it's better IN EVERY WAY than the predecessor. No compromises. Disappointing that an expensive brand like Leica doesn't follow suit.