Le­ica M10-P

Robb Report Singapore - - Perfect 10 -

Le­ica touts its new M10-P cam­era as be­ing “a new level of un­der­state­ment”, which ap­pro­pri­ately enough, is a bit of an un­der­state­ment in it­self.

All Le­ica M se­ries cam­eras, the lat­est be­ing the M10 which was launched last year, al­ways had dis­cre­tion, but the new M10-P takes that one step fur­ther.

In typ­i­cal Le­ica fash­ion of re­leas­ing even-more-dis­creet vari­ants of their ex­ist­ing prod­ucts, the M10-P is an it­er­a­tion of the M10, stripped of the brand’s sig­na­ture red dot logo on the front, with the only brand­ing found on the top plate.

It’s largely un­changed else­where, though the M10-P does come with what the cam­era maker says is the qui­etest shut­ter ever to make it onto an M cam­era. Qui­eter even than the shut­ter re­leases of Le­ica’s film cam­eras, long prized by en­thu­si­asts for their hall­mark silent op­er­a­tion.

Also unique to the M10-P is a touch func­tion­al­ity for its screen — a first for a Le­ica M cam­era.

The Le­ica M10-P is priced at S$12,000, over the S$10,960 the reg­u­lar M10 is priced at.


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