Leica introduces screenless M10-D
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