Leica M10 Monochrom: “if it’s coming, it’s still a ways off”

Reddotforum published their interview with Jesko von Oeynhausen from Leica Camera who answered the question about a potential Leica M10 Monochrom with “if it’s coming, it’s still a ways off“:

DF: A lot of people have asked me about if we’ll see an M10 Monochrom. Any hints?

JO: We don’t talk about launch dates of future products, but I’ll just say that if it’s coming, it’s still a ways off. The current Monochrom 246 is still very popular and produces extraordinary image quality. The M246 has the same resolution sensor as the M10, but because of the lack of interpolation, the 246 is still the best quality for B&W photography.

The rest of the interview is about the new Leica M10-P camera (Leica M10 to M10-P upgrade is currently being evaluated, no plans for Leica M10 a la carte).

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