Leica M10 Full-Frame Digital Rangefinder

Leica has recently introduced a new full-frame digital rangefinder camera, the Leica M10, an addition to its highly applauded stable of products following on from the M (Typ 240), launched in 2012.

Reminiscent of the old-school film rangefinders, this one too requires manual focusing, which works by converting the views taken from two windows mounted on the front. Your subject is in focus when the two parallax views are seen as one.

Features of the M10 include a 24-megapixel full-frame sensor, a MAESTRO II processor, an improved viewfinder with 30% larger field of view, 0.73x magnification, a minimalist approach on the back with only three buttons - playback, Live View, and Menu. The top has a shutter-speed dial, with the automatic setting, a new ISO dial which sets up to 6,400 (50,000 from the main menu), and Wi-Fi.

Find out more from the videos and write-ups by the experts, you might be surprised at what you will find:

Leica M10 review
Leica M10 Hands-on Preview
Leica M 240 - Hands-on Review
The New Leica M10 Review and Overview. The Best M Yet.
The M U want: Leica M10 First Impressions Review and Samples
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The Leica M10 Review Part 2. The M stands for "Motivation". By Steve Huff

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