Shooting with a digital rangefinder camera takes some getting used to because of the manual focus lenses and the way in which you actually focus the camera. When shooting with a rangefinder you are actually measuring the distance the subject is from your camera, looking through the viewfinder you see two images of the same subject, as you move the camera’s lens one of the images will move, when the two images match up you have an in-focus image and you can read the distance on the lens barrel. Even if you regularly work with manual focus lenses, getting ready to make a picture with the Leica M10 Monochrom may require some adjustments in your go-to way of shooting. Especially when it’s coupled with the fact that the camera only shoots in black and white. Luckily, it’s a bit like riding a bike. If you’ve done it before, it will all come back to you.