Given how expensive Leica cameras are, it is unlikely that you will want to put through any physical abuse. Unless if you have this Leica: the Leica M10-P Reporter Limited Edition Camera.
Another year, another slew of made for Supreme products. At this point, nothing from the king of collab is too outrageous or even surprises. The offerings have transcend those and have actually become rather novel.
Forget about what people say about pixel doesn’t matter. The truth is, it doesn’t hurt to have more pixels. And hurt it does not with the 64 MP 30 x 45 mm sensor found on the Leica S3 Medium Format System.
Apparently, last year’s the “Leitz Wetzlar” edition of the monochrome shooter from Leica, the Leica M Monochrom was met with warm reception. To keep up with the demand, Leica has released yet another Leitz Wetzlar edition black & white shooter, this time, with the M10 Monochrom introduced earlier this year.
Leica has announced it has entered a “substantial partnership” with fellow German company, eyewear label MYKITA, to bring the highest level of German engineering to the eyewear market. That’s basically the marketing way of say, “hey, look we are making eyewear together!”
Leica cameras are never cheap. Never, ever. The question, can you one up that? How about a snapper with the usual Leica sticker, but only shoots black and white images exclusively? Well, if that’s right up your monochrome alley, then folks, embrace the new Leica M10 Monochrom.
For fans of Leica cameras who do not appreciate that the “Ghost Edition” did away with the iconic red dot and logo, the Leica M10-P “White” Digital Camera is for you – that’s if you are itching to part with $14,495.
Shutterbugs with an exquisite taste for timepieces will surely appreciate this latest Leica camera, created in collaboration with watch blog/watch e-retailer HODINKEE. Yes, that’s right. Is it the HODINKEE.
Black with a hint of red is kind of a Leica thing, but occasionally, dashes of colors never hurt. That has proven by Leica X2 Edition Paul Smith 7 years ago. Fast forward to 2019, there is another.
If you are in the market for a compact, full-frame camera, you are not lacking of options. The question is what you are after, the style and how much are you willing to plonk down. If the answers to those questions are as high a resolution possible, very stylish and money is no object, well …