New Delhi: Fancy capturing the minutest details on camera? Do the silhouettes, tones and black and whites bring the best emotions in you? The Leica M10 Monochrom should be the one you should look to shooting with.
German luxury camera maker Leica on Tuesday launched the all new M10 Monochrom, a first black-and-white camera of the rangefinder system -- for Rs 6,75,000 in the India market. The Leica New Delhi store mentions the price at Rs 580,508 exclusive of GST, import duties and shipping costs. GST is calculated at Rs 104,492.
For those questioning the cost of the monochrome, the Leica brand is renowned for perfection, crisp clarity, durable glasses and a host of benefits. This is a product keeping in mind the interests of photography purists. An impressive feature on this gadget is the ISO level that starts from 160 and goes right upto a million.
According to the company, the camera which is now available for pre-order comes with a newly developed 40MP black-and-white sensor, delivering exceptional pictures that achieve an entirely new level of quality in black-and-white photography.
The technical details and the handling concept of the M10 Monochrom are identical to those of the serial production M10-P, a particularly discreet version of the Leica M-Camera that concentrates entirely on the most essential camera functions.
The technical details and the handling concept of the M10 Monochrom are identical to those of the serial production M10-P, a particularly discreet version of the Leica M-Camera that concentrates entirely on the most essential camera functions, the company claimed.
The camera has no Leica red dot logo on the front and features only the discreetly engraved logotype 'Leica M10 Monochrom' on the top plate.
The new M10 Monochrom is the first black-and-white camera of the rangefinder system to offer an exceptionally broad sensitivity range of ISO 160 to ISO 100000.
The options on the Leica M10 Monochrome.
Here are tweets that proves the M10's bokeh effects and crispness:
birds of a feather...— Pete Halvorsen (@petehalvorsen) March 13, 2020
Leica M10 Monochrom // 50 Lux pic.twitter.com/pCJhTrFG3w
Taking photos with a 100% manual camera makes you slow down and see things in a new way. A very fitting photo reflecting the current situation. Taken in Edinburgh. #Leica #LeicaM10 pic.twitter.com/FdUUZdG7Ux— Nadin Thomson (@NadinThomson) March 15, 2020
Image courtesy: Leica New Delhi Store
*With inputs from IANS.