【Bank of China asking for 64,500 yuan! 】 Leica M10 Monochrom Black and White Machine Officially Released] The new machine is equipped with a 40 million pixel sensor, which is twice the resolution of the previous generation of black and white machine, equipped with Leica Maestro II image processor, 3-inch 1.04 million dot TFT back screen, the ISO range of the new Monochrom is 160-100,000, while the ISO range of the previous generation Monochrom is 320-25,000. Without the Coke logo, the rest of the specifications are basically the same as the Leica M10-P. The asking price is 64,500 RMB.
Extreme and pure – 40 million pixel full-frame sensor
Equipped with a new black-and-white sensor designed for grayscale shooting mode, with an ultra-high resolution of 40 million pixels,
Nearly twice as many as the previous generation of monochrome cameras,
It means that its image quality can perfectly achieve exquisite detail presentation; Plus the absence of a color filter array allows for conventional side-axis cameras
Image noise is reduced and granularity is finer,
Fewer glass and color filter layers,
There is less transmission blocking of light and less breakage.
Minimum ISO160 – Breaking the limits of monochrome camera sensitivity
Minimum ISO160, the lowest value ever recorded for a monochrome camera; highest
ISO 100,000 is the highest sensitivity to date, surpassing all previous Leica cameras.
Superior ISO performance, image sharpness and luminance in all lighting conditions take monochrome photography to the next level.
Quiet and understated – the quietest shutter of the M camera
With the quietest shutter of the same M camera as the M10-P, the Leica M10 Monochrom camera is even quieter than the film camera.
Minimalist and ingenious – the best design for monochrome cameras
The Leica M10 Monochrom further simplifies operation, following the Leica M10’s compact three-button operating layout and ISO setting dial. Meanwhile, the German-made M10 Monochrom has the same as the M10-P
Brass and magnesium alloy polished body and black lacquer, concealed Leica red logo,
Hand-stamped with the word “MONOCHROM” on the top metal plate, the understated look will impress you most unobtrusively.
Comparison of Leica M10 Monochrom monochrome and current Leica lenses: