Le­ica in­tro­duces screen­less M10-D

Amateur Photographer - - 7 Days -

A CON­TENDER for strangest cam­era launch of the year, the lat­est M10 vari­ant from Le­ica is a dig­i­tal cam­era, but is used in an ana­logue style.

Com­plete with a fake film ad­vance lever (Le­ica calls it a ‘fold- out thumb rest’), the M10- D loses the rear screen in favour of a large- ex­po­sure com­pen­sa­tion dial.

If you want to see the pho­tos you’ve taken, you’ll have to wait un­til you get home – or hook the cam­era up to the Le­ica Fo­tos app via Wi- Fi.

Looks aside, the M10- D is essen­tially a Le­ica M10- P, a dig­i­tal full-frame rangefinder with a very quiet shut­ter.

On sale al­ready, pick­ing up the M10- D will set you back £6,500.

Le­ica’s dig­i­tal cam­era, for use in an ana­logue way

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