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The good new times: Leica M10

Small, discreet, perfect. That's what photographers say about the Leica M10, which revives the feel of analog M models from Wetzlar. But with a digital twist. Means: a 24-megapixel sensor, 5 frames per second and an integrated WLAN module that also allows control through a smartphone.

Text: Natalie Diedrichs Photo: Leica 22.06.2020 1 min

»Working with the Leica M10 was like meeting an old friend,« describes British street photographer Matt Stuart. This is probably partly because the camera's compact dimensions are strongly reminiscent of the classic M3, with which Leica launched the M-System in 1954. In its time, each M-System camera defined the state of technical feasibility under the premise of what is photographically useful. To this day Leica embodies this dedication to quality, craftsmanship and the philosophy of photography. A camera that you can take with you wherever you go and that is always very close to the action. Just like an old friend.