Leica M-P Rangefinder Camera Truly Stands Out; Up for Pre-order

August 28, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

In an era where cameras highlight their appearance in a more elegant manner than their specs, here comes the new Leica M-P range finder camera, the latest addition to Leica’s M series

It’s simple, resembling a retro look. But it’s handy, quick and reliable. The Leica M-P could prove a better rangefinder for the many aspiring shutterbugs out there. Keeping intact the features of the M series, the Leica M-P brings on a few good additions under its hood.

The Leica M-P hoards an internal storage memory of 2GB. That’s quite an addition considering the 1GB storage in its predecessor, the Leica M.

Leica M-P

The space could be boosted by means of SD, SDHC or SDXC memory cards. One big change in the new rig would be the omission of the slight red dot, the Leica logo appearing along with, though not completely thrown away.It now finds its place at the top, and could possibly be left unnoticed.

The 24 megapixel camera with the CMOS sensor could effortlessly capture up to 24 images at a speed of 3 frames per second with expanded memory. A 3 inch LCD screen serves the display part while the sapphire crystal coating over it would keep the display scratch free.


Apart from these, the Leica M-P carries along with it all the features as of the Leica M, including the Full HD video capture.

Priced at $7,950, the device is now up for pre-order and will be made available in two colors  – black and white.

Happy clicking!

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