After revealing the M10 Edition Zagato earlier this year, Leica has now returned to its M10 model for a stealthy take on the camera. The new M10-P features a number of the same features as the standard M10 including a 24-megapixel full-frame sensor and a Maestro II image processor.
The camera also comes with a number of additions designed for discretion, with the quietest shutter of any Leica M ever and a red dot-free front added to the model. Elsewhere, the M10-P has a new touchscreen allowing you to tap to focus and use gestures for review. The Leica M10-P is available in either black or silver from Leica stockists now.
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