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Germany’s Leica has announced its newest offering with the Leica M10-P, a stealthy M series rangefinder camera that is designed to help “photographers to see and not be seen.”

With its design based on the 2017 Leica M10, bearing the same superior standards and boasting similar specs, including the M10’s 24 megapixel full-frame sensor, the notable changes in the M10-P are mechanical and operational. The prominent red dot on the front of the camera is now omitted, and instead features Leica lettering on the top plate.

Leica also claims that the new camera’s shutter sound is so quiet it’s “almost inaudible”, and it’s the first digital model to be quieter than its film-based predecessors. Additionally, the implementation of a new LCD display with touch screen function allows faster focus checking in live view and review modes. Furthermore, the camera boasts an integrated digital level gauge for perfect alignment of the camera, and avoiding the need for corrections in post-processing.

Rendered in all-black with chrome accents and a silver/chrome variation, the Leica M10-P is now available to purchase at Leica stores and authorized retailers for $7,995 USD.

For the full details, head over on over to Leica.

Recently, Leica tapped Globe-Trotter for a plush makeover of its Leica Q model.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

Renz Ofiaza is a Staff Writer at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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