Basing the new design on the M10-P, the new M10 Monochrom boasts a much stealthier aesthetic to the delight of street photographers, who work most of the time in a discrete fashion. The signature Leica red badge has been removed, while the colored engravings of its past models have now been made more subtle with a simple black tone. What’s more impressive, however, is the massive leap in performance the new camera has been given: the sensor has been upgraded to massive, newly-developed 40-megapixel black and white sensor, offering extremely high resolutions. It also carries an ISO range of a whopping 160-100,000 with high dynamic range. Rounding off the impeccable design and performance is a 3-inch LCD screen on the rear, a 2GB memory buffer, and first-of-its-kind built-in Wi-Fi.
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