Leica M Monochrom camera is now $2,000 off

The Leica M Monochrom camera is now $2,000 off - a bigger saving than the previously available 12% discount (currently available at B&H, Adorama and Amazon). This Monochrom model is already out of stock at many retailers and I believe this is the last clearance sale before this model will be discontinued. Leica announced a new Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246) model in April, 2015.

Update: this discount is only for the black Monochrom, the silver version is still at 12% off.

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  • Whoa. I just bought a used one for close to that price!

  • James Donahue

    The only reason for the price drop is cause the not selling as fast as they’d them to.

  • sunnywinds

    Wow !! That’s the timing !

  • DouglasGottlieb

    Am holding out for the ILC Q and Silver Efex2. 🙂

    Not the same, I know. Sjgh

  • The same bigger discount will be applied to all the other Leica cameras soon.

  • Ken Benshish

    Does anyone know if Leica is producing new inventory 10760 Monochrom cameras with the updated, corrosion resistant sensor? Perhaps the sensor is only a replacement for those with the noted issues?

  • Ric Ricard

    I wouldn’t buy this camera at this price. M240 version is an all around better camera and worth the extra money. Focusing is much easier with the M240 series cameras than with the M9 series.

  • James Donahue

    Leica Rumors has posted this a second time. Guess this item needs some help

    • no sorry, it is the same post from before that I mistakenly pinned to the top

  • Albert Brian

    I still shoot film but really want this camera. I might wait for it to go down another $1,500 and stick with my MP for now. wonder if they would make a leica Q Monochrom….

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