Leica’s long-running lineage is an undeniable part of photographic history, and thanks to the company’s established lineup of sought-after cameras, its expansion into the modern market has been relatively smooth. However, one of the German camera maker’s most recent platforms — the M10-P — has already warranted not one, but two generations of inspired upgrades, resulting in an updated release for 2020.
Leica’s noteworthy black and white camera made its mark when it was released in 2017, and now, it’s receiving a substantial upgrade for its third-generation release, thanks to a 40-megapixel full-frame monochrome sensor, an ISO sensitivity of 160-100,000, a silent mechanical shutter, and a slimmed-down body design for more compact capability than its predecessor. To bring the camera into the modern-day, Wi-Fi capabilities have been implemented for remote viewing and use, working seamlessly alongside its sharp, three-inch LCD touchscreen display and FOTOS connectivity. You can pre-order the new M10 Monochrom on Adorama for $8,295.