Leica’s nearly-silent M-10P camera is its first with a touchscreen
You won’t find a famous red dot on this stealthy camera.
Leica announced the arrival of the M-10P this week and it is billing it as the most inconspicuous camera in the line and great for discrete shooting. The camera features a virtually silent mechanical shutter, ditches the iconic red dot and the front branding, and, most notably, adds a touchscreen.
This is the first camera in the M series to include a touchscreen, so if you’re not particularly skilled when it comes to focusing with a rangefinder, you can tap on your subject in live view. The touchscreen allows for swiping and pinch-to-zoom functions as well. The M-10P has a built in level gauge to help with framing and avoiding the dreaded crooked horizon line.
The camera has a virtually silent mechanical shutter for stealthy shooting. Leica
The camera will come in black chrome and silver chrome and is available starting today for $7995.
Here is what else we know about it:
- 3″ TFT LCD, 1.04 MP, with touch control available
- 24MP CMOS sensor
- ISO range of 100-50,000
- Dimensions: 139 x 38.5 x 80 mm
- Weighs approx. 675 g
Leica M-10P in silver chrome. Leica