Leica’s 40 Megapixel M10-R is its highest resolution rangefinder yet

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Published Jul 16, 2020
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dpreview staff

Leica has introduced the M10-R, the highest resolution member of its M10-series yet. The M10-R’s 40 Megapixel sensor is largely the same as the one in the M10 Monochrom, with the main difference being (naturally) that it has a Bayer color filter. Leica claims that the new sensor offers a wider dynamic range in Raw mode and less noise than previous M10 bodies.

Like the Monochrom and the M10-P, the ‘R’ has the quietest shutter of any M-series camera (film bodies included).

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