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Leica M10-D
Leica M10-D (Typ 9217).jpg
Lens mountLeica M-mount
Sensor typeCMOS
Sensor size23.9 x 35.8 mm
Sensor makerMaestro II
Maximum resolution5952 x 3992 pixels (24 MP)
Film sizeISO 100 to ISO 50000
Recording mediumSD / SDHC / SDXC
Shutter8 s to 1/4000 s
ViewfinderLarge, bright, combined bright-line viewfinder with automatic parallax compensation
Viewfinder magnification0.73 x
LCD screenNo LCD screen
Battery1 lithium ion rechargeable battery, nominal voltage 7.4V
Dimensions139 x 38 x 80 mm (5.47 x 1.5 x 3.15″)
Weight660 g (24 oz) (with battery)
Made inGermany
PredecessorLeica M-D (Typ 262)

The Leica M10-D is a digital Rangefinder camera released by Leica Camera on 24 October 2018. The M10-D succeeds the Leica M-D (Typ 262) in the Leica no-LCD screen line of digital cameras. Otherwise the M10-D is similar to the Leica M10, but instead of the rear screen, the back contains an exposure compensation dial in black. Unlike the M-D (Typ 262), the M10-D has a dedicated ISO dial on the top plate. The M10-D also has a film advance lever, which functions only as a stylised thumb rest. Other than the exposure, ISO, aperture and shutter speed settings, all other settings must be made via the Leica Fotos app. The app allows the camera to connect with a smartphone via Wi-Fi. The M10-D has a 24 MP sensor and Maestro II processor. It offers an ISO of up to 50000 and a 5 frames per second burst rate.[2]

The camera retails for around $8,000 at its release.


  1. ^ Leica Cameras (October 2018). "LEICA M10-D Technical data" (PDF). Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. ^ "Leica M10-D: Digital Photography Review". Retrieved 2019-11-28.

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