Its base sensitivity of ISO 100 goes up to ISO 50,000, while the new sensor provides a longer exposure time of 16 minutes. Compatible with Leica’s M-Lenses, users will be able to shoot with ease and achieve strong bokeh during the daytime. Similar to other M10 cameras, the latest iteration does not come with a video recording function. However, it is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and works with the brand’s FOTOS app.
According to The Verge, Leica’s M10-R retails for $8,295 USD and will be available to purchase via Leica’s website and in-stores worldwide on July 20. In case you missed it, read our editor’s review on the Q2.