Leica M10-P Safari Limited Edition Camera

Jan 24, 2019

Category: Gear

Leica can surely do no wrong, and following a number of their most recent releases at the start of 2019, they’ve once again brought an anticipated update to one of their best-performing cameras. The German camera manufacturer has announced the release of their new M10-P Safari Edition — the next recipient in an extensive series of Safari-inspired colorways.

While the M10-P will still retain its numbingly silent shutter, intuitive touch display, and 24-megapixel sensor, it’s primed and ready for the enamel-based, Olive Green facelift that’s become a trademark of the brand’s best performing models in recent years. The P has been absolved of any Leica branding, including the iconic red badge that adorns nearly all of the German manufacturer’s camera bodies. Alongside the limited edition, 1,500-unit colorway, a Summicron-M 50mm lens with a matching Olive Green finish is slated to accompany the M10-P during its release. The Leica is available for pre-order through the online retailer Fotopia — and while the body alone will set you back $8,440, the separately-sold Summicron-M will tack on an additional $3,310 dollars to the kit — should you feel the need to go all out.

Purchase: $8,440

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