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  • Hey everyone, Doug here from B&H with a quick announcement from Leica.

  • A little over a year ago, Leica introduced the M10 rangefinder camera.

  • It bought a huge upgrade an image quality to a format that's known for its functionality and aesthetic.

  • It encourages you to take your time and compose your shot thoughtfully.

  • This time, we have a Leica M10-P. The M10-P is built on the Leica Maestro II processor

  • featuring a 24-megapixel CMOS sensor.

  • Which matches the original specs of the M10.

  • The big difference here is Touchscreen LCD.

  • Being a fully manual system, a touchscreen might feel modern.

  • But, it's all in the name of checking your focus and getting your shot absolutely right.

  • There's also now a built-in level gauge which will come in handy for those landscape shots.

  • There's also some subtle changes around the camera and under the hood.

  • Inside there's a completely redesigned mechanical shutter.

  • Making it nearly silent.

  • Which is great for unobtrusive street photography.

  • Leica says, it's the quietest shutter of any M series camera, analog or digital.

  • So, that's it for this quick look at the Leica M10-P. This is Doug with B&H and I'll see you next time.

Hey everyone, Doug here from B&H with a quick announcement from Leica.

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First Look | Leica M10-P

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    蔡皓宇 posted on 2018/11/08
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