It's Official - The M10-R Is Here!

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by Bill Blackwell Images, Jul 16, 2020.

  1. It's essentially an M10-P with the higher resolution sensor (40.9mp), a standard M10 topcover, priced the same as an M10M ($8,295).

    Any takers?
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  2. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Administrator Staff Member

    Doubt I will ever have that much in the Photography Fund! Do love Leicas though, past and present.
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  3. In order to take advantage of a 40 MP sensor with a 50 mm lens, you need to use a tripod, or a shutter speed of at least 1/250 second.
  4. Leica M10-R Review

    Leica M10-R | Camera Jabber

    Hands-On Review: The High-Resolution Leica M10-R

    The True Successor to the Leica M9: Leica M10R Review

    One reviewer in particular is calling out odd color renditions.
    Some say they have some success selecting the shutter-speed approximating double the FL, but I agree with you! I won't be a fan until image stabilization is part of the equation.
  5. The only thing I think they got wrong (as usual!) is the low buffer, which supposedly holds only ten frames. Perhaps this will be offset by high speed SD cards?
  6. At least Leica now puts the tripod socket in the center, rather than at the extreme end of the bottom plate.
  7. SCL


    WAAAY out of my price range. Be interesting to see how it delivers.

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