Leica M10-P Digital Rangefinder Camera (Silver Chrome)

Leica M10-P Digital Rangefinder Camera (Silver Chrome)

Leica M10-P Digital Rangefinder Camera (Silver Chrome)

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Product Highlights

  • 24MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
  • Leica Maestro II Image Processor
  • Optical 0.73x-Magnification Viewfinder
  • 3.0" 1.04m-Dot Touchscreen LCD
  • ISO 100-50000, up to 5-fps Shooting
  • Built-In Wi-Fi
  • Redesigned Shutter, Built-In Level Gauge
  • Stills-Only Operation
  • Built-In ISO Dial & Frame Line Selector
  • Weather-Resistant Brass Construction
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Color: Silver Chrome

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Leica M10-P overview

  • 1Description

Distinguished by its sleekness and simplicity, the silver chrome Leica M10-P is a digital rangefinder camera that blends enhanced still imaging capabilities with an updated, pared-down appearance as well as the quietest shutter of any film or digital M-series camera. Utilizing a redeveloped 24MP full-frame CMOS sensor and Maestro II image processor, the M10-P yields high-resolution imagery with an extended dynamic range, high sensitivity to ISO 50000, and a continuous shooting rate of 5 fps. Akin to its sibling model, the M10, the M10-P features a slim body profile reminiscent of M film cameras, and the larger 0.73x-magnification optical viewfinder allows for greater composition and focusing accuracy. The body design also incorporates a dedicated ISO dial for quick adjustment, even when the camera is turned off, and the rear 3.0" 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD features a Gorilla Glass cover to guard against scratching and light impacts. Also contributing to durability, the top and bottom plates are constructed from brass and the chassis is built from magnesium alloy to realize a robust physical construction for long-lasting use. Additionally, the M10-P also sports an integrated Wi-Fi module for wireless sharing and remote camera control from a linked mobile device.

Leica M10-P
Taking the M10 to more inconspicuous places, the M10-P is a sleek evolution of the pared-down, simple camera system. In addition to the film camera-inspired nature of its sibling model, including the slim body design, high-magnification optical viewfinder, and omission of video recording, the M10-P gains a redesigned shutter that makes it the quietest of all film and digital M cameras. The M10-P is also characterized by a rear touchscreen LCD, for intuitive settings and playback control; a built-in level gauge, for perfectly aligning compositions in-camera; and the omission of the front red dot, for a more unobtrusive appearance.
24MP CMOS Sensor and Maestro II Processor
A redeveloped full-frame 24MP CMOS sensor pairs with the Maestro II image processor to deliver a wide dynamic range with notable color rendering, as well as enhanced sensitivity from ISO 100-50000 to suit working in a variety of lighting conditions. The image processor also incorporates a 2GB buffer to afford fast continuous shooting at 5 fps for up to 40 consecutive frames in a burst.
Optical Viewfinder and Rangefinder
The optical viewfinder is a large, bright-line 0.73x-magnification rangefinder with automatic parallax compensation and bright-line frame lines, which are set to match the image sensor size at a focusing distance of 6.6'. On the front of the camera, a viewfinder frame selector can also be used to manually change the apparent image field to help visualize the scene with varying focal lengths; options are available in 35mm/135mm, 28mm/90mm, and 50mm/75mm focal length pairs.

The rangefinder mechanism displays split or superimposed bright field images within the center of the viewfinder to benefit accurate manual focusing control. The effective rangefinder metering basis is 50.6mm (mechanical metering basis 69.31 mm x viewfinder magnification of 0.73x).
Body Design and Built-In Wi-Fi
  • Slim body profile is reminiscent of Leica's film cameras for easier handling and manipulation.
  • Integrated ISO dial is featured on the top plate to permit simple and direct adjustment of sensitivity values, even when the camera is turned off.
  • The rear of the camera features just three buttons—live view, playback, and menu—for more simplified and intuitive navigation of the camera's control-set.
  • A programmable Favorites menu can be used, which allows you to define your most oft-used settings and select them for easy, one-touch access.
  • 3.0" 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD provides an intuitive means for image playback as well as live view shooting.
  • Rear LCD monitor has a Corning Gorilla Glass cover to protect it against scratching and impacts.
  • Built-in level gauge aids in achieving perfectly level horizons.
  • Top and bottom plates are machined from solid blocks of brass and the chassis is built from magnesium alloy for a truly durable, hard-wearing physical construction.
  • Rubber seals are used to prevent the entrance of light rain and dust to enable working in inclement conditions.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi permits sharing imagery directly to a linked smartphone and also enables remote control over the M10-P to adjust select shooting parameters or to release the shutter via the Leica M app.
Other Camera Features
  • When working in live view, focus peaking is available to highlight edges of contrast for easier, more precise manual focus adjustment.
  • Designed to accept all M-mount lenses, Leica R-mount lenses are also compatible through the use of an optional R to M adapter.
  • Compatible with the optional Visoflex accessory electronic viewfinder for manually focusing adapted lenses.
  • Images can be recorded in either the DNG or JPEG file format.
  • A top hot shoe permits working with an external flash and the top sync speed is 1/180 sec.
  • Language support: German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, and Korean.
UPC: 799429200220
In the Box
Leica M10-P Digital Rangefinder Camera (Silver Chrome)
  • BP-SCL5 Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (7.4V, 1300mAh)
  • BC-SCL5 Battery Charger
  • Carrying Strap
  • Body Cap
  • Accessory Shoe Cover
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Leica M10-P specs

    Imaging
    Lens Mount Leica M
    Camera Format Full-Frame
    Pixels 24 Megapixel
    Max Resolution 5976 x 3992
    Aspect Ratio 3:2
    Sensor Type / Size CMOS, 24 x 36 mm
    File Formats Still Images: DNG, JPEG
    Memory Card Type SD
    SDHC
    SDXC
    AV Recording
    Video Recording No
    Focus Control
    Focus Type Manual Focus
    Viewfinder/Display
    Viewfinder Type Optical
    Viewfinder Magnification Approx. 0.73x
    Display Screen 3" Rear Touchscreen LCD (1,036,800)
    Screen Coverage 100%
    Exposure Control
    ISO Sensitivity Auto, 100-50000
    Shutter 8 - 1/4000 Second , Bulb Mode
    125 - 1/4000 Second in Aperture Priority Mode
    Metering Method Center-Weighted Average Metering, Multi-Zone Metering, Spot Metering
    Exposure Modes Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual
    Metering Range: EV -1.0 - EV 20.0
    White Balance Modes Auto, Color Temperature, Manual
    Buffer/Continuous Shooting Up to 5 fps at 24 MP for up to 40 Frames
    Flash
    Built-in Flash No
    Max Sync Speed 1 / 180 Second
    Flash Compensation -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)
    External Flash Connection Hot Shoe
    Performance
    Self Timer 12 Seconds, 2 Seconds
    Connectivity Leica EVF Socket
    Wi-Fi Capable Yes
    Power
    Battery 1 x BP-SCL5 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7.4 VDC, 1300 mAh
    Operating/Storage Temperature Operating
    32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    Physical
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 5.5 x 3.1 x 1.5" / 139.0 x 80.0 x 38.5 mm
    Weight 1.50 lb / 680 g with battery
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 8.5 x 6.5"

    Leica M10-P reviews

    M10-P DIGITAL CAMERA - SILVER CHROME is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is what the M-digital should be when the M8 was launched in 2006 Waited since 2018 Jan 18th, for the MP version, and it's worthy of the wait, the double tapping in LV to magnify was a breeze compare to previous zooming method (which starts in the middle of the frame, then moved to a desired area of the frame, to achieve accurate focus) This is the biggest difference operation-wise, other than the mostly reported silent shutter (the other pleasing change) I would say the M10P is a fine improvement over a already good product that "finally" live up to the "Leica" brand name I had used every Digital M since the M8 and still keep all of them except the M240 I have about 30 Leitz vintage lenses, from 1930's to current models, and I need the ultimate M that can bring out the best of them, I use the SL as well, but it is not a range finder, and that makes my M lenses slower in use (focusing) If you waited for the M10P You know what you waited for, the improvements were cherries on top of the already sweet cake One thing you can consider a short coming, it doesn't shoot video, I enjoy shooting videos on the SL, as I can run test on various vintage lenses and RECORD how each lens differ from one another when the light enters the sensor from a different angle, something you would care about if you are keen on your vintage Leica lenses, as they are very sensitive to light, modern lenses are much more suppressive due to coating and all the new tech to suppress ghosting and flares And in my humble opinion, you only know Leica when you go back into Leica history and shoot their vintage lenses from screw mount lenses to 1st gen M mounts, to 80's and 90's and the latest..... It's a bit long, so I will end it here
    Date published: 2018-09-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is what the M-Digital is supposed 2B when M8 was launched It is simple, direct, non-lagging (finally), silent and easier to use I waited for the MP version of the M10 since they launched it 2017 Jan 18th, I am glad I waited I had been using Leica Digital M's since they launched the M8, and I still keep each one of them except the MP240 due to lagging issues in operations I own about 30 Leica/Leitz lenses, (mostly vintage), and to fully appreciate what Leica is about, we have to dig deep into the history of the the company thru its products of the past, I own pre-war lenses from the 30's and 50's (1st gen M mounts) to the 80's and 90's then the recent ones, so it makes good sense to own yet another Leica M digital body, that brings out the best of those lenses, PROS The most significant difference in Operations is the touch screen locating of the focused zone, you no longer have to rely on the direction key to move it, all you need is to double tab to activate the zoom, it also moves to the extreme edges of the frame, unlike the M240, which locks in the centre of the frame for a 10x and 5x magnification, another mostly mentioned upgrade is the (more silent) shutter, which is nice to have CONS It lacks video, which is actually useful, you may not shoot videos a lot, but it sure helps when you try to record how your vintage lenses react to light entering at different angles, as the vintage lenses of the old days, do react more drastically compare to more modern ones, and experienced leica users do care about how they manage their aperture settings when they feel there's ghosting and flares modern lenses tend to suppress light a lot more when it comes to ghosting and flares, with the help of coating and more advanced optical designs, but the result is a lens that leans towards a more clinical result, which lacks character, a great example of such would be the relaunch of the Thambar 9cm f2.2, as it tries to relive the legend's reputation, by going back to way less corrections, but the old lens still is more preferable in the Bokeh (which users of this lens care about) it's getting rather long, so I just end it here, this camera brings out the best in our M lenses, and it's worth that money to get one, the SL is not a range finder, and its slow in operation as it doesn't focus with a range finder, try to stop down any lens to f5.6 and focus accurately on the SL, you will find you have to go back to it's larger aperture settings (f1.4-f2) to hit thin focus, and stop back down, while the Range finder lacks absolute accuracy, it focuses with speed, which is better suited with M lenses on the street
    Date published: 2018-09-10
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