Black version of Leica M10-R presented

Black version of Leica M10-R presented

Leica Camera AG has unveiled a new version of the Leica M10-R 40MP full-frame rangefinder camera, released last July. In contrast to the original version, which was chosen in the traditional combination of black and silver, the new version is completely black.

Thanks to the black finish, the new camera “perfectly captures the classic Leica look,” according to the manufacturer. The fact is that over the years, gleams of brass will gradually begin to appear on the corners and protruding parts, “forming a unique wear that emphasizes the individual character of the camera.” So the camera “not only captures moments in time, but also tells its own story.” In addition, the new addition to the M family has been described as “a shining example of Leica’s continued commitment to German quality.”

In addition to the glossy black finish, there are some exterior details that differentiate the new design variant from the production version, although the specifications are identical for both models. These differences include the classic Leica lettering on the top plate and the engraving by Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Germany. In addition, the Leica red dot is missing. The ISO and shutter speed dials have a classic fluted diamond pattern, and the shutter button has a silver chrome finish.

The black version of the Leica M10-R camera costs $ 9,295.

Black version of Leica M10-R presented

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