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Leica M10-D

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The Leica M10-D continues the philosophy that began with the Leica M-D (Typ 262) of using a digital camera with no rear display. The concept is based around the idea of using a camera completely free from distractions, allowing the user to fully focus on their subjects and the core photographic settings at hand.
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Leica M10-D

Leica Camera is pleased to announce the latest addition to the Leica M family, the Leica M10-D. The new Leica M10-D continues the philosophy that began with the Leica M-D (Typ 262) of using a digital camera with no rear display. The concept is based around the idea of using a camera completely free from distractions, allowing the user to fully focus on their subjects and the core photographic settings at hand.

With no menu or playback on the camera, users can simply focus on the moment and enjoy a classic style rangefinder that operates and looks just like an analog camera. With no "chimping," the photographer can be focused on the next shot while they anticipate enjoying their photos later, either back at home when downloading the SD card or when connecting to WiFi on the go.

Based on the Leica M10-P, the Leica M10-D has a redesigned On/Off switch with an integrated hard Wi-Fi On setting. The new Leica FOTOS app is a key aspect of the M10-D, allowing for access to the photos on the SD card and also controls over camera settings such as date/time, JPG/DNG controls, SD card formatting, and more options that are usually needed only once in a while. By combining the analog experience of shooting a digital camera without a display and the mobile connectivity of WiFi, the M10-D becomes the perfect hybrid between analog and connected worlds. The photographer has the freedom to choose how they embrace it and fit it into their life.

The integrated fold-out thumb rest completes the film camera aesthetic and gives improved handling, especially with heavier lenses. Its function is purely ergonomic. The button to the right of the shutter release is used for checking SD card storage (remaining shots) and battery level in the built-in viewfinder.

The optional Leica Visoflex EVF allows the use of Live View capture for pin-point accurate focusing/ framing and compatibility with super wide-angle lenses. The EVF is only used for viewing and capture, as the Menu and Play functions cannot be used with it.

The essentials:

  • No LCD for an analog experience
  • Hard switch for quick access to Wi-Fi
  • Built-in Exposure Compensation dial on rear
  • Integrated fold-out thumb rest
  • Compatible with Visoflex EVF for Live View capture
  • Works perfectly with Leica FOTOS app
  • Same design/specs as M10-P
  • Quiet shutter
  • Body covering made from genuine leather
  • Made in Germany

At-A-Glance

No LCD for an analog experience

Built-in Exposure compensation dial on rear

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  • Camera type:
    Leica M10-D, compact digital rangefinder system camera
  • Lens mount:
    Leica M bayonet with additional sensor for 6-bit coding
  • Lens system:
    Leica M lenses, R lenses can be used with optional adapter
  • Image Sensor:
    CMOS chip, active surface 24x36mm
  • Resolution:
    DNG: 5976x3992 pixels (24MP), JPEG: 5952x3968 pixels (24MP)
  • Data Format:
    DNG (raw data, lossless compression), JPEG
  • File Size:
    DNG: 20-30 MB, JPEG depending on resolution and picture content
  • Buffer Memory:
    2GB / 16 pictures in series
  • White Balance:
    Automatic, manual, 8 presets, color temperature input
  • Storage Medium:
    SD cards up to 2GB, SDHC cards up to 32GB, SDXC cards up to 2TB
  • Menu Language:
    German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Korean
  • Exposure Metering:
    Exposure metering through the lens (TTL), with working aperture
  • Metering Method:
    For metering the light reflected by light blades of the 1st shutter curtain onto a measuring cell: Strong center-weighted; for metering on the sensor: Spot, center-weighted, multi-field metering
  • Metering Range:
    At room temperature and normal humidity for ISO 100, at aperture 1.0 EV-1 to EV20 at aperture 32. Flashing of the left triangular LED in the viewfinder indicates values below the metering range
  • Sensitivity Range:
    ISO 100 to ISO 50000, adjustable in 1/3 ISO increments from ISO 200, choice of automatic control or manual setting
  • Exposure Modes:
    Choice of automatic shutter speed control with manual aperture pre-selection - aperture priority A, or manual shutter speed and aperture setting
  • Flash Exposure Control
  • Flash Unit Attachment:
    Via accessory shoe with central and control contacts
  • Synchronization:
    Optionally triggered at the 1st or 2nd Shutter curtain
  • Flash Sync Time:
    1/180s; slower shutter speeds can be used, if working below sync speed: Automatic changeover to TTL linear flash mode with HSS compatible Leica system flash units
  • Flash Exposure Metering:
    Using center-weighted TTL pre-flash metering with Leica flash units (SF40, SF64, SF26, SF60), or flash units compatible with the system with SCA3502 M5 adapter
  • Flash Measurement Cell:
    2 silicon photo diodes with collection lens on the camera base
  • Flash Exposure Compensation:
    ±3EV in1⁄3 EV increments
  • Displays in Flash Mode (in viewfinder only):
    Using flash symbol LED
  • Viewfinder
  • Construction Principle:
    Large, bright line frame viewfinder with automatic parallax compensation
  • Eyepiece:
    Calibrated to -0.5 diopter; corrective lenses from -3 to +3 diopter available
  • Image Field Limiter:
    By activating two bright lines each: For 35 and 135mm, for 28 and 90mm, or for 50 and 75mm; automatic switching when lens is attached
  • Parallax Compensation:
    The horizontal and vertical difference between the viewfinder and the lens is automatically compensated according to the relevant distance setting, i.e. the viewfinder bright-line automatically aligns with the subject detail recorded by the lens
  • Matching Viewfinder & Actual Image:
    At a range setting of 2m, the bright-line frame size corresponds exactly to the sensor size of approx. 23.9 x 35.8mm; at infinity setting, depending on the focal length, approx. 7.3% (28mm) to 18% (135mm) more is recorded by the sensor than indicated by the corresponding bright line frame and slightly less for shorter distance settings than 2m
  • Magnification (For all lenses):
    0.73x
  • Large-base Range Finder:
    Split or superimposed image range finder shown as a bright field in the center of the viewfinder image
  • Effective Metering Basis:
    50.6mm (mechanical measurement basis 69.31mm x viewfinder magnification 0.73x)
  • Displays
  • In the Viewfinder:
    Four-digit digital display with dots above and below
  • On Back:
    No LCD screen. Rear of camera has two dials, one for on/off and WiFi and another for exposure compensation
  • Shutter & Shutter Release
  • Shutter:
    Metal blade focal plane shutter with vertical movement, near-silent operation
  • Shutter Speeds:
    For aperture priority: (A) continuous from 125s to 1/4000s. For manual adjustment: 8s to 1⁄4000s in half steps, from 8s to 125s in whole steps, B: For long exposures up to maximum 125s (in conjunction with self-timer T function, i.e. 1st release = shutter opens, 2nd release = shutter closes),(1⁄180s): Fastest shutter speed for flash synchronization, HSS linear flash mode possible with all shutter speeds faster than 1⁄180s (with HSS-compatible Leica system flash units)
  • Picture Series:
    Approx. 5 pictures per second, 30-40 pictures in series
  • Shutter Release Button:
    Two-stage, 1st step: Activation of the camera electronics including exposure metering and exposure lock (in aperture priority mode), 2nd step: Shutter release; standard thread for cable release integrated.
  • Self-Timer:
    Delay 2s (aperture priority and manual exposure setting) or 12s, set in menu, indicated by flashing LED on front of camera and corresponding display in monitor.
  • Turning The Camera On/Off:
    Using main switch on back of camera; optional automatic shutdown of camera electronics after approx. 2/5/10 minutes; reactivated by tapping the shutter release
  • Power Supply:
    1 lithium ion rechargeable battery, nominal voltage 7.4V, capacity 1300mAh.; maximum charging current/voltage: DC 1000mA, 7.4V; Model No.: BP-SCL5; Manufacturer: PT. VARTA Microbattery, Made in Indonesia, Operating conditions (in camera): 0°C - + 40°C
  • Charger:
    Inputs: 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz, 300mA, automatic switching, or 12V DC, 1.3A; Output: DC 7.4V, 1000mA/max. 8.25V, 1100mA; Model No.: BC-SCL5; Manufacturer: Guangdong PISEN Electronics Co., Ltd., Made in China, Operating conditions: 0°C - + 35°C
  • GPS:
    Only with Leica Visoflex viewfinder attached, available as an accessory
  • Wi-Fi:
    Complies with IEEE 802.11b/g/n standard (standard WiFi protocol), channel 1-11, encryption method: WiFi-compatible WPA/WPA2 encryption, access method: Infrastructure mode
  • Camera Body
  • Material:
    All-metal die cast magnesium body, leather covering. Brass top panel and base.
  • Image Field Selector:
    Allows the bright-line pairs to be manually activated at any time (e.g. to compare detail)
  • Tripod Thread:
    A ¼" DIN stainless steel in bottom
  • Operating Conditions:
    0-40°C
  • Interfaces:
    ISO accessory shoe with additional contacts for Leica Visoflex viewfinder (available as an accessory)
  • Dimensions:
    Approx. 139 x 38.5 x 80mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight:
    Approx. 680g (with battery)

Delivery:
Camera body, charger 100-240V with 2 mains cables (Euro, USA,) and 1 car charging cable, lithium ion battery, carrying strap, body bayonet cover, cover for accessory shoe

Software:
The owner of this camera will receive a three-month subscription of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (which includes the latest versions of Adobe Lightroom, and Adobe Photoshop). The Creative Cloud Photography Plan can be activated upon product registration in the Leica Owners' Area.

Limited Warranty:
Leica Camera AG (‘LEICA’) provides a two-year product limited warranty for this LEICA camera valid from the date of purchase from an authorized LEICA dealer, including the accessories contained in the original packaging, which are valid for two years.

The Leica M10-D

Digital Body. Analog Soul.

The Leica M10-D continues the philosophy that began with the Leica M-D (Typ 262) of using a digital camera with no rear display. The concept is based around the idea of using a camera completely free from distractions, allowing the user to fully focus on their subjects and the core photographic settings at hand.

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  • 5
    Best M10

    Posted by Mark Schafer on Nov 25th 2019

    For this old film lover this is the best M10 ... the one that made me stop shooting 35mm film. Without the screen I get the film camera feeling, and hats off to whomever decided to add the film advance lever ... it makes the best thumb grip ever. Love this camera so much I bought 2 of them ... Will look forward to a silver chrome model ... a version that emulates the M3J in that beautiful Black Lacquer would be a dream! Are you listening Leica!