Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2010/04/01

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Subject: [Leica] Leica M10 just released.
From: jean.louchet at (Jean Louchet)
Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2010 11:29:48 +0200

It was a well kept secret: Solms released the all-new Leica M10 early this
morning. From the first hints I got, it is a full-format RF, entirely
compatible with most existing M lenses (just like the M9). The main
additions are:
- live view with a magnifier
- ultrasound sensor dust elimination
- high resolution movie capability
- bluetooth enables fast image transfer to computer
- autofocus thanks to micromotors on the M-mount.
It exists in two versions: the "normal" M10-R, and the M10-L with an
inverted rangefinder and shutter release on the left side, for the
left-handed. Fortunately the M-mount remains the same, so that left-handed
people can still use their old M lenses.
Both come with an optional D-Leicavit-R (or D-Leicavit-L) which allows to
recharge the batteries in case the user is far from any mains supply.
The price is not yet known.

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