Another picture of the Leica M10 camera


A reader just sent me this picture (top view) of the upcoming Leica M10 camera. You can now clearly see the ISO dial on the top left and the reduced number of buttons on the back. The official announcement is on January 18th. Stay tuned for additional coverage.

In case I am asked to remove the leaked Leica M10 picture, you can also see it at the Leica M10 Facebook group and Leica M10 Facebook page.

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  • Max

    Look about same depth as m240 🙁

    • it should be thinner

    • Charles

      Looks to have an almost identical depth to the M240.
      Looking at the depth at the hot shoe:
      – hot shoe will have the same dimensions
      – relation of the shutter speed dial to the front of the camera appears the same
      – there may be a couple of millimetres shave off between the shutter speed dial marker and the front of the hot shoe
      If there’s a depth change, it appears trivial in this photo.
      I thought they might have mounted the LCD flush with the body but it has a similar look to the M240.
      It does look as though the LCD has lengthened left, under the viewfinder. That could be a matter of perspective, though.

      • Charles

        I should correct myself: on the M240, the hot shoe is mounted a couple of millimetres forward of the the camera’s rear but on the M10 the hot shoe is mounted on the rear.
        So there’s another loss of depth there.
        I’m guessing the depth is about 33mm, a tad wider than the Leica MP, given the LCD screen.

  • The eyepiece looks bigger. No S/C/ST markings abound the shutter release.

    • Yes, I think I reported that already in previous posts. Looks good!

    • Roger Wojahn

      I wonder if the eyepiece is a smaller SL type of viewfinder! 🙂

  • Tøf

    The top left looks weird… due to bigger rangefinder or… photoshop???

  • stevo

    No tilt screen?

    • no, 100% no tilt screen

    • Tapper

      I wouldn’t expect that on an M. But, the EVF will tilt (assuming rumors are true about using the T’s EVF), so there’s that. I’ve used a tiltable Sony EVF in the past and it was actually rather nice and offered many of the same benefits of a tilt LCD.

  • eric

    looks thinner and compact…but the angle of the photo is also distorting the size.

  • Florian

    Yes, it looks really thick :.-( that was my only wish for a new m camera – a thinner body
    .

  • Klaus

    Leica Milestones X1, M9 and S2 – everything else terrible …

    • Charles

      Based on two poor photos?
      Not going to wait to see the images it makes?

      • Klaus

        The picture is still good … and now the M10 with the Visoflexfinder of the Leica T – absolutely no nice design

        • Charles

          If it’s true, I agree with you there.
          It’s still quite possible that there’s a hybrid OVF-EVF with optoelectronic rangefinder.
          Leica is either going to hit this one out of the park (my expectation) or make a significant commercial error.

      • The sensor should the same as in the Q and SL, the image quality should be very similar.

        • eric

          i agree. if its the same same sensor as Q and SL, raw images should be same. i only notice a sleight difference with jpeg.

    • CHD

      The M240 is an improvement in almost every way from the M9. Feel free to dredge up the CCD vs CMOS argument:)

      • Klaus

        The M10 is an improvement in almost every way from the M240;))))

        • agree 100%, this looks good!

        • CHD

          The M10 is definitely an improvement over the M240…but not enough for me to replace mine. In fact I doubt I will ever replace it…too much money for what Leica provides these days. If I was going to spend $8k on a new camera I would buy the new MF Fuji and keep my Leica.

    • maralatho

      I’ve owned both cameras, and there’s no contest: the M9’s CCD gets its aß handed to it by the 240. It has better color, better dynamic range, less noise, higher ISOs, reduced power consumption, higher resolution, no rot. C’mon. The CCD argument is beyond silly at this point. It’s like arguing that DOS is better than Windows.

  • Charles

    Looks like the shirt that Take Kayo wears…

  • CHD

    I like how they used fake bokeh to hide the details on the LCD and the ISO dial…

    • and they left the serial number….

  • eric

    maybe it will cost less and everybody will end up liking it more. i think thats part of the Q’s allure. lowering the price of the new m, minus video, would help distinguish from sl line, and make a lot of users happy.

  • Steingrímur Árnason

    2mm thinner delivered by extending the screen, eyepiece and lens mount protrusion slightly. Still, it could make a nice M-D (LCD less version) one day.

    • abortabort

      Those things are included in depth.

      • Steingrímur Árnason

        Perceived depth 😉 It’s where you hold the camera. Thumb at the back of the top plate and then the front. Seems very much like the M9.

        • abortabort

          Body depth, what you call ‘perceived depth’ of the M9 and M 240 are basically the same?

          • maralatho

            Exactly the same.

  • eric

    i actually like the round viewfinder and top look. might have to get one now.

    • sperdynamite

      *deleted*

      • There is a possibility that Leica delayed the M10 because they wanted to have a massive inventory on launch date. Just a rumor.

        • Charles

          That’s a pretty big bet for a company to make, especially with the X1D tempting people around that price point.
          I wonder if they plan to compete on price, with a cheaper optoelectronic rangefinder?

          • I do not hold my breath that Leica will drop the price of the M, but if they can make it $6k, I think many people will be happy. At $5k, I would call it a bargain (in Leica’s terms).

          • abortabort

            They would have to make considerable price cuts on the 262 range at the same time.

          • eric

            i think it will be around 5k. this is just my opinion though. i think the lower price of the Q was a sign leica is looking to shift its prices some. makes sense, because they need to appeal to a younger audience to strengthen brand over time. i think this was part of the Sofort appeal as well.

          • abortabort

            That nobody can buy because they don’t have any stock?

          • maralatho

            Did you miss the bit about building up inventory?

          • Yes, this time the M10 could be available right away – this could have been one of the reasons for the delay.

          • abortabort

            I was talking about the X1D that nobody can buy, pretty hard to be competitive if it can’t be bought.

    • I’ve got the M240 in my hands now. It’s viewfinder is round.

      • eric

        great for you. i dont really care.

        • You said that you liked the M10’s round viewfinder. I said that the M240’s viewfinder was round.

          You then picked up poo and flung it around. I wasn’t attacking you.

        • maralatho

          Child.

          • eric

            get a life bro. trolling people on the internet is such a waste of time.

          • maralatho

            See above.

    • abortabort

      Why wouldn’t it have a round viewfinder?

      • maralatho

        Obviously it would. Unless you’re Eric.

        • Alphageist

          Eric’s a square.

  • Charles

    The key will be the viewfinder.
    Does the generous “reader” have any evidence of life for a hybrid OVF and EVF-optoelectronic rangefinder?
    A clip-on EVF would be a big design failure in my opinion, particularly given all the more austere M versions now available for those who want that sort of camera.

    • Max

      Bet that it’s the same rangefinder as in 240 but supports the same ‘new’ external evf as the rest of newer Leica bodies (not the Olympus rebrand). Contacts for the new one are in the front edge of the hotshoe so wouldn’t be visible in this photo.

      • Charles

        You may well be right with the OVF-rangefinder, but Leica has shown itself to be innovative & commercially savvy in recent years.
        It would be a big mistake not to have an integrated OVF-EVF & optoelectronic rangefinder. Leica needs to show Fuji how this is done well in a Full Frame M.
        I acknowledge the Visoflex Typ 020 rumours.
        I have also heard dealer rumours about an integrated hybrid VF, which makes a lot of sense for the M.
        I reconcile these by assuming that an integrated hybrid OVF-EVF would offer the same 3.68 MP LCD, but integrated next to the OVF prism.
        It would make a lot of sense technically and commercially, and there is nothing in the photos we have seen to exclude that option.
        If true, these cameras should also be cheaper to make, and would sell like hotcakes.
        I suspect Leica will surprise a lot of people on 18 January.

        • Max

          I actually prefer the traditional rf on the M and didn’t much care for the Fuji ones hybrids I’ve tried. Tech is neat but I still prefer the Leica rf in function. But hey, always a chance that you’ll get your wish.

          • Charles

            Fuji doesn’t offer a true rangefinder, only a “rangefinder-style” split focus display.
            A Leica hybrid OVF-EVF & optoelectronic rangefinder would be an entirely different beast and, I think, a significant step forward.
            I entirely understand, though, those who love a purely optical RF.

  • stevieg

    There’s no interface slot below the hot shoe for the EVF 2 that the TL uses!!

  • stevieg

    Front button may be assignable Fn button. This could possibly be CCD?? Does it definitely have LV?

    • I doubt it will be CCD.

      • Tøf

        Actually it would make sens considering the name of the camera…

  • dahl

    I really don’t like the standard silver black colours hope they fix that thumb pad get rid of the white arrows. looking forward to the MP / MD version of this camera Looks a little thinner than my MM. think i may get the Leica Q in the meantime same sensor i think?

    • eric

      yes, rumored to have same sensor as Q. the Q is also a good option in my view.

      • dahl

        I have over looked the Q for last couple of years but the more i look at it the more i want to buy it. Seems quite discrete where as the first releases of the new M bodys seem to stand out to much for my liking. Love an MD version of this camera asap had a 240 was not keen on the sensor.

        • eric

          yeah, every review of the Q is pretty glowing. i think its a great camera for doing street photography, which is what i mainly use it for. i like wide angles so the fixed lens is not an issue. and the price of Q is about what a 28mm lens alone would cost, so its a win-win in my book. i would like to see updated monochrome version too. i would probably buy a new version if it ever is released.

  • cnick6

    Wow, I’m really not liking the M10 design at all — in particular the ISO dial — yuck. I’ll wait and reserve judgement until release but am feeling more at ease — after buying my M240P last September.

    • The good part is that you now have many M cameras to choose from. I personally like everything about the new M10 so far and I will be purchasing one for sure.

      • cnick6

        I only have one pocketbook! xD

    • I too am not on board with the look of the ISO dial. I shoot in auto ISO in manual mode and rarely even touch the ISO setting. But there may be other upgrades to the 240/262 series. More eye relief and better DR might tempt me to buy the M10.

      • cnick6

        I agree Jim. With the Leica I really don’t feel the need to use manual ISO adjustments. I really concentrate on getting the focus spot-on more than anything to get the best image possible. Like a lot of folks I was expecting Leica to come up with the same basic design but with a thin body. That would take some engineering (and probably a new battery design) but it would be a hot-seller. The beefy M240P doesn’t bother me, but I sure “feel” it when using my M7. ;o)

    • Tapper

      Well, I think the ISO dial is great. Leica film M’s had the film rewind there so it doesn’t look out of place to me at all. In fact, it will just make it look even more like an old film camera to people around you, which is a good thing IMO since old film cameras are generally perceived as less valuable. And of course, it means all 3 major exposure variables can be 100% set and reviewed without relying on any arbitrary electronic controls. So for some people this M10 design will be very attractive.

    • You most certainly haven’t reserved judgement. But I sort of follow you re: the exposure dial.

      • cnick6

        I was referring to the official, released specifications Mister Resistor…

  • Brennan McKissick

    Looks like this will be the best digital M yet. Can’t wait to get my grimy hands on one.

    • sperdynamite

      No way we’ll see one before March. Then I’ll probably spot M’s about as often as I spot white buffalo. Of course maybe I’ll go to “Leica Store Old Port”….

    • Just what Apple says every year: the best iPhone ever, until the next one comes up 🙂

      • Thiseas

        Leica should start removing features then to match the Apple strategy
        “A new Leica M. The best Leica M we ever manufactured. Now, without a screen”
        (Oh, wait…)

  • sperdynamite

    Still only managing 1/4000th of a second huh. Maybe some day Leica will invest in a better shutter for their 7 thousand dollar 35mm camera.

    • maralatho

      Ignorant comments abound around here. The M8 had a shutter capable of 1/8000 of a second. People complained that it was too loud. So Leica switched to 1/4000. Duh.

      • sperdynamite

        Ignorant comments indeed! The shutter in the 5D3 and 4 are very quiet and capable of 1/8000 and have a longer actuation rating to boot.

        • Alphageist

          Do you know what the max (fastest) shutter speed of the Leica film M rangefinders are? 1/4000 fits within the digital M rangefinder ethos. Want something faster, then look elsewhere. ‘Nuff said.

          • maralatho

            Heck, the M3 and the MP and the M-A will only do 1/1000. And it’s plenty. Sperdynamite is just trolling because he’s threatened by, like, stuff.

          • sperdynamite

            I mean there was a time when batteries and Auto exposure modes didn’t fit within the rangefinder ethos. Then, lo and behold the M got those features. There is nothing inherent about 1/8000th of a shutter that would practically change the experience of using an M, except making it easier to use lenses wide open in daylight. What would you lose by Leica installing a higher end shutter?

          • maralatho

            People who actually have Leicas use ND filters when it’s too bright to shoot wide open.

            Why don’t you send your request for 1/8000 directly to Leica? I promise not to troll you if they add it to some future M model.

          • sperdynamite

            So when I leave the dark church that I’m shooting in and enter the bright sun as the couple walks down the steps of the church I should tell them to stop so that I can screw on a little ND filter, then resume working? No thanks. I’d rather just have 1/8000th of a second. Or ISO 50. Or both.

          • Alphageist

            Or not use a Leica? There are other cameras that you can use. Not saying that you shouldn’t and that it isn’t possible, but if you are that concerned about it, then don’t shoot weddings with your Leica 240. Maybe use another camera in conjunction with your Leica? It’s all up to you, so do whatever works for you!

          • Alphageist

            You wouldn’t lose a thing. The faster shutter speed, for my use, is not a big deal since I’m constantly shooting at the “slow” end (~1/125) to ~1/2000 max. The point that for a $7k camera, Leica should have (or must have) a better/faster shutter is not a requirement. The Leica Ms have been doing very well without a 1/8000 or faster shutter. Would it be nice if it hadn’t one, sure it would; but I’m not going to lamblast Leica if they don’t incorporate into the next big M.

            I also use color filters for my 246, and even those filters can reduce transmission up to 2 stops! (Yellow, orange, & red filters). If I needed a reduction in light, then I could always pop a 1, 2 or 3 stop ND filter when I’m using my 262…or just stop down if I’m shooting in very bright light. No biggie for me.

        • maralatho

          Those aren’t Leicas or rangefinders. If you want a Leica that does 1/8000 buy an SL or an S.

          Meanwhile, the 5D4 must be pretty lame if it has all the resources of Canon behind it, and it can’t do 1/16000.

          See how stupid that sounds?

          • sperdynamite

            The only thing that sounds stupid is blindly defending Leica no-matter-what. No other camera has 1/16k mechanical shutter. I’m not asking Leica to do something that no-other cameras have done. I’m asking Leica to do what many other, much cheaper cameras have done. False equivalencies are stupid, critical thinking is not.

          • maralatho

            Chill, trollboy. I’d like Nikon and Canon to make a digital rangefinder or a full frame mirrorless body, but I don’t go into their forums and troll about it. Nor do I blindly defend Leica no matter what. I’ve got my own gripes. The 1/4000 shutter speed limitation just isn’t one of them. It’s a non-issue. 1/4000 is plenty even shooting at f/1.4. If it weren’t, I could use an ND filter. Oh, the hardship!

          • sperdynamite

            Mmmmk well I’ve used the M 240 at several of my gigs so I’m not just some Leica troll, I’m a user. I’ll keep complaining until Leica makes the best possible M they can, full stop. For the prices they charge, every component should be best in class. Thus far the consistently have the worst in class sensor, a shutter from the prosumer Canikons, and screens that are nearly always last gen. Maybe you like to pay more, for less. I don’t. I just want a better M. If you want to take a “thank you sir may I have another” attitude, well then things will never get better for you.

          • maralatho

            You’ve never used an M. You’re a compulsive liar and a mentally challenged troll, and I say these things with all due respect.

          • sperdynamite

            I guess my M 240 and M4 are fake then. I do wonder how I shot all those weddings last summer then… Thank you for keeping such a level head during this discussion.

          • maralatho

            Totally fake.

          • maralatho

            Anyway, Leica already did 1/8000. Nobody wanted it. Poof — gone. Maybe they’ll put it back some day. You still won’t buy, but I bet you’ll still troll about it if you haven’t jumped off a ledge by then.

          • sperdynamite

            IIRC they replaced 1/8k with “Snapshot” mode, which was some kind of opaque auto mode for their dumbest customers. I wanted 1/8k, and so would every one else. But in typical Leica fashion, red dot fanatics will never admit to any flaw in the current M until it’s replaced with the next M.

          • maralatho

            I had an M9 and have never heard of this “snapshot” mode you’re blathering about, or what what you could possibly mean by “opaque auto mode”. It’s almost as if you have no idea what you’re talking about. In fact, it’s exactly like that.

            The Ms have flaws, but lack of 1/8000 isn’t one of them.

          • sperdynamite

            Well it’s not my fault you’ve never picked up an M8.2. The M8 had a 1/8k shutter. The M8.2 replaced that speed setting with a mode labeled “S”, which stood for “Snapshot” mode. Snapshot mode was a stupid design choice so they simply ditched it with the M9. It’s almost as if you have no idea what you’re talking about. In fact, it’s exactly like that.

          • maralatho

            I see you found the 8.2 user guide PDF so that you could more effectively troll as if you’d ever used a Leica.

            I never owned an 8 or an 8.2, nor have I ever downloaded the user guide.

          • sperdynamite

            I’ll take that as a roundabout way of admitting that I’m right.

          • maralatho

            I don’t know. I never owned an 8 or an 8.2. But I do know the reason 1/8000 was dropped was because users complained that it made the shutter too noisy. I’m sure Leica would put it back if enough users asked for it, but so far only trolls have asked for it.

  • Marc

    why just 1/4000 shutter :/

    • Tapper

      Yeah, that is disappointing.

    • Martin

      I expect an additional electronic shutter with 1/16000s as fastest shutter speed. Like the Q and the SL does.

  • Valdo

    Where is gone the exposure compensation dial?

    • Tapper

      M doesn’t have one.

    • Ric Ricard

      M cameras never had one. Most likely this will be implemented on the M10 the way it was on the M240. You will have the option of either holding down the (awkward) button on the front of the camera and roll the rear thumb dial, Or you will roll the thumb dial only to adjust Exposure Compensation. You can set either one in the menu on the M240.

    • Bo Dez

      It has a shutter speed dial and an aperture wheel and now an iso wheel. You do’t need exposure compensation dial.

  • ZMWT

    No markings on the top plate for C, S, Timer, etc.
    Photoshopped out?

    • No, that is correct – I reported it a month ago:
      https://leicarumors.com/2016/12/16/leica-m10-additional-information.aspx/

    • Ric Ricard

      “…to deliver absolutely nothing in terms of usability and features in the digital world.” I’m sorry but you’re really off base with that statement. I’ve been using M bodies alongside my Nikons for about 5 years now, and I find the usability factor to be very high. I can honestly say that the strongest images of my entire career have been created with the M9. If you haven’t spent a lot of time with an M camera, it can be hard to understand the appeal. But I feel it’s like the “Fixed Gear” bicycle used by a lot of NYC messengers. These bikes do no have “speeds” and they don’t even have brakes. However, they are probably the most used type of bicycle for NYC messengers. To a normal person it would be insane to ride a bike in NYC traffic without brakes. However, this type of bike appeals to a lot of working bike riders. Same with an M. On the surface, there is a lot wrong with an M body, and any given Nikon or Canon is superior. However, the M helps a lot of users create strong imagery.

      If you care to see my own Leica images, they are easy to find online since I use my real name here. I know you chose to hide behind a fake name and you chose to keep your comments on Disqus private. I am sure that makes it easy for you to make broad generalizations that you don’t have to back up. But if you care to see images or previous comments from someone like myself who has the courage to stand behind their statements by using their real name online, feel free to check my profile.

      Sincerely,

      John “Ric” Ricard

    • eric

      the leica Q is great. one of my favorite cameras.

    • YourFace

      No video isn’t a bad thing. Quite honestly, I wish we could disable video on the Q and use the video button as an extra custom function button…

      • ZMWT

        There were already M models with no video. So why release *one more* model without it?

        • YourFace

          There is no need to release a new model for this, a firmware update can do this easily.

    • @ZMWT:

      To you, what constitutes ‘useful markings’? Video has already been discussed. Want video? Get a different M. Or, don’t get an M.

      Leica M’s shutter speed also lacks third stops. The Leica M isn’t trying to be another camera. Other cameras are trying to be the M. ‘Faux slimness’ – what does this even mean?

      If you want Leica to redesign a camera for the digital era, you’ve got it: it’s called the TL, or the SL. The M is designed to be used as it always has, with trimmings for digital. That is part of what makes it brilliant. If you need an AF M, pick up a Fuji and be done with it.

      The Q is designed for a different market, for a different user. Even its shutter speed dial defaults to Fuji-like sublimation of half-stops to an unlabelled dial. It is a great camera, but it isn’t what the M is supposed to be.

      Your waste-of-everyone’s-time comments are appreciated.

    • Charles

      Pretty strong statements about a camera that hasn’t even been announced.

    • maralatho

      Leica Q users trolling Leica M users is even lamer than iOS users trolling Mac users.

      • ZMWT

        Nah to that. I just ask: what the point in a new M design that actually does nothing to better the already established M240 or the Q?
        Or let me rephrase it: what is the real purpose of the new M10? I fail to understand this camera: its only benefit seems to be its slimness, but which is faux-slimness anyway, so what else makes it more worthwhile that a Leica company did not already deliver in some digital M model? (and they have it too many!)

        • maralatho

          You begin your argument by concluding that the new M design does nothing to better the existing Ms when we don’t even know for sure what the M10 brings to the table. A thinner body is something a lot of customers have asked for. Simplified controls is another. If the leaked photos are accurate, the M10 brings both of those things. It likely brings measurable sensor improvements too.

          “Faux-slimness” is a hollow charge. If the overall bulk of the body has been reduced, that’s a true reduction even if the mount and screen protrude a bit more. The benefit would be even greater on a future M-D model without the screen.

          And I consider the ISO dial to be a benefit. Auto-ISO is great except when it does the wrong thing, and it sometimes does the wrong thing. A dedicated ISO dial is something I’ve wanted for a long time, and one of the reasons I like the M-D.

          There could be other improvements. Battery life could be improved. Speed could be improved. The buffer could be larger. The rangefinder could be more accurate. Weight could be reduced. Screen could be better. Shutter could be quieter.

          We don’t know yet.

  • Ric Ricard

    First, and most importantly, is anyone keeping track of the posters to this blog who said that they KNEW the initial leaked photos were fake 😉 Somebody really needs to call them out by their (probably fake) names on the 18th 😉

    Second, I love the ISO dial because you will now be able to set ISO without even looking at the dial -just like you can set shutter speed and aperture without looking at the dials. Once you know your shutter speeds, apertures and ISOs by heart, it is a simple matter to click these dials once or twice in the correct direction to add or remove light from the image.

    The design looks great to my eyes, although I do wish the body were thinner. When I look at the film plane on my M9 and where it is in relation to the shutter speed dial and the hotshoe, and then compare that to what I can see in this image, they look virtually the same. This is obviously, just speculation, but I think the difference in size between the M9 and the M10 will be negligible.

    One final thing. I wish we could get rid of the giant F’ng hole in the middle of the shutter button already. Can’t they find another way to remotely trigger the shutter? Seems a shame to compromise the shutter button for EVERY SINGLE shutter actuation just to accommodate the handful of people who very occasionally use an old school manual shutter release (or whatever it is called).

    • Yes, pretty much all of the M10 info I have been reporting in the past few months seems to be correct:
      https://leicarumors.com/category/leica-m10-2/

    • Thiseas

      why is the shutter compromised by the existence of the tiny hole? (no pun intended)
      I think it is fine where it is and there are people who use this shutter release and it is a good legacy from the film era.

      • Ric Ricard

        It’s not a really really big deal, and honestly it didn’t bother me at all for the first few years of owning a M9 or M240. It was only when I saw the Q or maybe the T, that I was thinking, “Now THIS is how my Leica shutter should look and feel.”

  • marksorr

    Looks OK, an upgrade from the M9, but not enough to justify the price. I still want a Monochrom 246.

    • We still do not know the price.

      • abortabort

        My guess is more than the 262’s. So isn’t hard to figure out if it will be ‘worth’ the upgrade.

  • Paul

    Seems that they haven’t solved the issue of the EVF obscuring the shutter speed marker?
    Guess it’s available on screen so not a big deal…

    • The shutter speed is the closest one to the main body. It doesn’t need a mark, but it has one.

      • Paul

        How are you meant to know what the shutter speed is without a mark indicating the position?

        • It’s very clear, even without looking at the mark. The number closest to the camera body, and the only one perpendicular to the it, is the shutter speed indicated by the marker.

          If you’ve handled an M before, you will know this. If not, you just have to trust me. Perpendicularity and proximity are the keys.

          • Paul

            I own more than one. How else would I know about the issue of the evf obscuring the dial/marking?
            First time I’ve ever heard anyone have an issue with the presence of said marking! Surely there are bigger fish to fry?

          • Where do you get the idea that I have an issue with the marking? I’m saying that it isn’t necessary to tell the shutter speed.

  • Boris but No Johnson

    Aha, that looks nicer than the initial photos! By the way Can they make the red dot small again?

  • Need money for an M

    Looks promising! My kidneys are ready!

  • Stuart Weber

    fuck oprah

  • Denis Bosonetto

    I really hope that the base iso is 100. Counting backward from the 6400 visible in the dial it would seem like it.

  • Thiseas

    Looks like it will be a beauty. Not a big deviation from the earlier models but that’s exactly what the M crowd wants. Cosmetically. But functionally? This is where things will get interesting as the M model is now well into its digital age. 24MPs is perfect, a better processor is welcome, an EVF would be highly desirable. Let’s see..

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