Live photos of the Leica M10-R digital camera released
Seven images of a Leica digital camera with the model number 6376 have been spotted on the device registry for the FCC. The photographs give a good overall look at the camera, from the front, rear, both sides and the top and bottom of the Leica device. It’s clear to see the label “Leica M10-R” on the camera’s top edge along with its knob configuration.
The renowned German manufacturer released the Leica M10 in 2017, with a whopping list price tag of US$6,495. That particular camera had a 24 MP sensor, and there have been other entrants in the M10 range since then. The Leica M10-P camera, announced in 2018, surprisingly didn’t feature Leica’s recognizable red dot logo on its front but it did come with a touchscreen LED.
The Leica M10-R in the images (see below) may be a prototype model, with some guessing that the “R” in the name simply stands for “Resolution”. The M10-R is expected to come with a 47 MP sensor and is rumored to have a 2020 release date. Purists will be pleased to see the red Leica logo on the face of the camera and the Leica engraving on the top plate.