Leica Announces the Slimmest Digital Full-Frame M Camera Ever! The Leica M10



Leica has recently announced the new Leica M10 Camera. It is the slimmest digital Leica M ever. Some of the new features of the M are listed below

  • First Leica M with integrated WiFi
  • All new 24 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor
  • ISO 100-50,000 for better photos in low light
  • New Maestro II processor and 2 GB buffer that now allows up to 5 fps with a longer continuous shooting
  • Brass and magnesium-alloy body with Corning Gorilla Glass LCD cover
  • It is weather resistant to withstand light rain and dust
  • Improved viewfinder provides 30% larger field of view, an increased magnification factor of 0.73x, and a 50% increase of the eye-relief distance. Great for those who wear glasses.
  • New ISO dial for direct access to essential settings, even when the camera is OFF
  • The Leica Visoflex compatibility for high resolution electronic viewfinder with GPS

It is priced at $6,595 and available in black or silver chrome. You can pre-order the Leica M10 along with its new accessories by contacting us through our website, phone or by coming into the store to speak with one of our specialists. We are more than happy to help!

Also if you are interested in trading in a camera or lens towards the M10 feel free to bring it in to one of our specialists or give us a call for a quote!

Thinking of upgrading your Leica M9 to the new Leica M240?

Image Copyright Jeremy Lebled

Have you been contemplating upgrading your Leica M9 to the new Leica M240? Here are a few reasons why you should! Coming from a big Leica M user like myself. I was contemplating whether or not it was worth upgrading. So I took it upon myself to take the New Leica M240 for a test drive on a recent shoot.  At first I was skeptical, but once I started shooting with it. It completely rocked my world.

The first thing that I noticed is the color is absolutely beautiful. The Leica M9 was pretty vibrant but the M240 takes it up quiet a few notches. Secondly, the major difference between the M9 and the M240 is the ISO capability.  The M9 could only go up to 2500 ISO.  You would start to see grain past 800 ISO. It made it look like old Tri-X Film pushed a stop or two. The new M240 can go all the way up to 6400 ISO.  The Image above that I took was at 4,000 ISO, which absolutely blew me away. It is more than adequate .  Just goes to show how much of a improvement Leica has made.

Lastly, the focus peaking option on the new M240. If your eye sight is not the greatest. Or you would like to achieve ultimate pin point focus on someone’s eyes for a portrait. The new feature used with either the live view function or  the (optional) electronic viewfinder. Which in my opinion is a must have. It makes focusing so much easier.  Basically how it works is there is a automatic highlighting of the image contours in the color red which provide a easier use of controlling the focus accuracy.

To learn more about the camera and to see how it feels in your hands, feel free to stop the store anytime. Myself and the rest of our staff would be more than happy to show you the camera.