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    Leica M10-D - the Camera For Travelers in Time?

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    If you are planning to travel in time several years earlier and take some photographs there without creating sensation, Leica has a special camera for you - M10-D. The camera, of course, does not have much in common with the old constructions - it is actually, generally speaking, Leica M10 without a display. 

     

    The camera's user can, of course, regulate the shutter, aperture, sensitivity and exposition compensation time - all of these (and other) activities can be made with the use of analog knobs. But in the twenty-first century not everything can be made in an analog way. M10-D is equipped with the advanced wireless functions.

     

    Leica M10-D + Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH

    1). Leica M10-D + Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH

     

    The camera can be controlled remotely with the use of the "Fotos" (iOS, Android) application. There, we can also manage the recorded material. The live preview is ensured by the ... "Live View" application. We can also send DNG files to mobile devices.

     

    Leica M10-D

    2). Leica M10-D

     

    As we've already mentioned, the camera shares its subsystems with the flagship Leica M10 camera to a huge extent. On board, we will find the 24MP CMOS sensor with the ISO sensitivity range of 100 - 50000, the Maestro II processor, the 2GB buffer and the range-finder viewfinder with automatic parallax correction. In the continuous shooting mode, the camera will take 5 photographs per second and they can be saved on SDHC cards with the capacity up to 32GB or SDXC with the capacity up to 2TB.

     

    Leica M10-D

    3). Leica M10-D

     

    The camera's body is made of magnesium and brass and it has been created with due diligence, as can be expected from Leica. The camera has the dimensions of 139 × 37.9mm and it weighs 660g.

     

    Leica M10-D + Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH

    4). Leica M10-D + Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH

     

    Advice for travelers in time: don't forget to move the film frames with the use of the thumb grip! And be careful with horse carriages ;)

     

    Leica M10-D can be already purchased and it costs $7,995...

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