First Leica M10 specs leaked on the web

First Leica M10 specs has been surfaced on the web. The upcoming full-frame camera will have a new 24-megapixel image sensor.

According to the recent leak, Leica M10 specs will include a 24MP full-frame sensor, MAESTROII image processing engine. The camera will also have 5fps continuous shooting speed.

The official announcement of the camera should take place on January 18, 2017. More buzz after the break!

First Leica M10 specs has been leaked online

The camera looks very much like the film Leica MP. It appears to be made of black chrome and very slim compared to previous digital M models. The ISO sensitivity dial on top ranges from 100 to 6,400.

First Leica M10 specs leaked on the web

Rumored Leica M10 specs

  • 24MP full frame image sensor
  • MAESTRO II image processing engine 
  • Size small as an analogue M camera
  • ISO sensitivity dial
  • Enhanched ISO sensitivity settings
  • Improved Viewfinder
  • 5fps
  • Wi-Fi
  • Improved menu system

Consumer Electronics Show 2017 will open its doors at Las Vegas. The event will start in the beginnning of January. Maybe we might see a prototype at CES 2017 show.

The upcoming Leica M10 full frame camera to be announced on January 18, 2017.  Take these M10 specs with grain of salt and stay tuned with us for more information.

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