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Index of Thorsten von Overgaard's user review pages covering Leica M9, Leica M9-P, M-E, Leica M10,
Leica M 240, Leica M-D 262, Leica M Monochrom, M 246  as well as Leica Q and Leica SL:

Leica M9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 M9-P   Links
Leica M10
P                                        
Leica M 240
P 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44         What if?
Leica M-D 262 1 2                        
Leica Monochrom 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
A
29
B
29
C
29
D
               
Leica Q 1                            
Leica SL 1 2 3 4 5                               Books


A New Leica M 10

By: Thorsten Overgaard. January 15, 2017. Lates update February 3, 2017.

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Expect Simplicity

The Leica M system is the core of Leica Camera AG, and the core of the Leica M system is simplicity.

Despite what people might ask for, the Leica M 10 is a step back towards simplicity. In an age where everybody asks for more, what defines the Leica brand is keep it to the minimum.

I am independent writer and photographer. I buy the cameras and equipemt I see fit to what I do, and then I write user reviews. I don't write about things I don't use in my work. I don't make money on selling cameras but on my photographs, books, extension courses and workshops. My website is free to read, and so is my new Magic of Light Photography Television channel.

Enjoy, and stay tuned for my first user report in February 2017 on the Leica M 10.

 

Shanghai. Leica M 240 with Leica 21mm Summilux-M ASPH f/1.4. © 2013-2016 Thorsten Overgaard.
Shanghai. Leica M 240 with Leica 21mm Summilux-M ASPH f/1.4. © 2013-2017 Thorsten Overgaard.

 

The new Leica M10

The new Leica M10 is a downscale and improvement of the Leica M 240 in the sense that there is still a menu, but it has been simplified. The viewfinder, screen and speed has been optimized. The design has been refined without changing the tradition (see Leica MP further down the page).

 

 

 

What Exactly is "The Essential"?

Photography is control of light, and the lens provides focus. Photography is not much other than that. These are the essential parts of a camera.

Wireless transfer and wireless remote control are nice and have their place in today’s world of smartphones and social media, but it's not essential, so don't expect Leica Camera AG to add a WiFi button on the camera. In fact, don't even expect it to be in the mandatory menu.

Though, with young designers and relatively new owners, expect new features to be taken seriously, without stealing the picture.

 


Customized menu of the Leica M10.

 

The Customized Menu

The Leica M 10 has the posibility for the user to customize your own menu with the few (or many) items you want in your menu. If you use WiFi a lot, put it there. If you never use it, leave it in the main menu.

 

John Travolta in Matteo Perin Tuxedo. © 2017 Thorsten Overgaard.
John Travolta. © 2017 Thorsten Overgaard. Tuxedo by Matteo Perin.

 

 

Less Complexity, More Photography

Leica Camera AG learned their lesson as to frames-per-second, buffer speed and all those things. The Leica Q and the Leica SL indicates they know how to make electronics that surpass even the most abusive use.

All questions that are left are the viewfinder and the image quality.

 

#leicam10 with #thorstenovergaard #ventilated #shade on the #leica #35mm #summilux #FLE from Florian Boberg #cameraporn

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The Leica M10 in black with my ventilated lens hood for Leica 35mm FLE.

Photo by Florian Boberg.

 

The New 24MP Sensor

Not much information will be available on the sensor. Just like the Leica SL and the Leica Q sensor, all we will know is that it's made by or for Leica, and this one is made for the Leica M10. I much prefer not to compare details on sensors (as to who produced them and so on), but simply do this: Look at the picture.

In the case of digital, the picture is not just what comes from the camera, it's what you can make out of what comes from the camera using Lightroom or Capture One. It usually takes some weeks or months to settle for a way to get your own look with a new camera and sensor.

The image quality will take a while to get right, no matter what. Opinions will be divided, but eventually we'll get the look we want. Most of us. I'm not worried about it. I dislike changes but they come with every new sensor model.

 

The office of fashion designer Bolongaro Trevor, London. Leica M 240 with Leica 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95. © 2013-2016 Thorsten Overgaard.
The office of fashion designer Bolongaro Trevor, London. Leica M 240 with Leica 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95. © 2013-2017 Thorsten Overgaard.

 

The viewfinder is the real exciting point. How will it look and how will it work? In an age where everybody starts to love electronic viewfinders, Leica M users still (also) love the traditional Leica M rangefinder mechanism.

How are they combined? That's the most exciting question in this and the future Leica M cameras.

 

The past of the Leica M: In trying to accommodate customers’ presumable want for other ways to focus, Leica first came up with the SLR-like VisoFlex, and then with the Leica M 240 with the Electronic VisoFlex. Obviously both were impractical and not in alignment with the simplicity of a Leica M.

At announcement of the Leica M10, the viewfinder was announced to be a 3.7MP Leica Bizofurex EVF but the one Leica sell with the camera and promote on their website is the 2.4 MP Visoflex that was made for the Leica TL.

 

Leica Visoflex EVF2 electronic viewfinder on the Leica M 240.
  The Leitz VisoFlex came out in 1951 as a way to implement a mirror on a Leica M.
Leica Visoflex EVF2 electronic viewfinder on the Leica M 240.

 

 

The Leitz VisoFlex came out in 1951 as a way to implement a mirror on a Leica M.
     

 

Actor Terence Hines in Los Angeles. Leica M9 with Leica 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95. © 2014-2017 Thorsten Overgaard.
Actor Terence Hines in Los Angeles. Leica M9 with Leica 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95. © 2014-2017 Thorsten Overgaard.

 

 

What is Eye Relief?

The Leica M 10 includes, as one of the important new improvements, a "50% wider Eye Relief". Eye Relief is the term for the distance between the eye and the first piece of optics in the viewfinder. In short, it should give a higher and wider and more relaxed view.

In short, when the Eye Relief is correct, you see the whole image clearly, without distrurbing elements of frame or reflections. This is obviously technology learned from the Leica binoculars that has always been extremely bright and clear to look through. Expecially for us who wear eyeglasses.

You can read more about Eye Relief here.

The viewfinder is wider on the front which allows for more enlargment. It used to be 0.68 on a Leica M, with the Leica M10 it is now 0.73.

 

Why is my M10 not the M11…?

The point maybe is this: The Leica M9 is a legendary classic Leica rangefinder camera. The first full-frame digital Leica, the true love of many who still use it today, 6 years after its release. I redefined my love for this camera some months ago as you can read in this page 19 of "The Worlds (Possibly) Longest Camera Review".

I also just last week released my Leica M9 review on The Magic of Light Photography Television:

 

 

 

#leicam10 #isodial #m3 #design #silver #cameraporn by #leica #photographer #thorstenovergaard

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The Leica M 240 will, in a few years - in the bright and clear retrospective light we will see the world in then - be remembered as a well-made digital rangefinder that did the job but perhaps missedsome of the soul and simplicity.

Given the choice to skip the M 10 model and jump to Leica M 11, or skip the Leica M 240 - step over it as if it never really happened - and go to Leica M10 seems the decision that was made. With this, Leica M-D 10, Leica MM 10 and Leica M-P 10 are all in the future.


Nothing is like the old days: The classic Leica MP film rangefinder camera with a knob for rewinding of the film.
Nothing is like the old days: The classic Leica MP film rangefinder camera with a knob for rewinding of the film.



The Leica M10 with ISO-dial instead of rewinder knob.

 

 

 

Leica M10 and other Leica M models

Model Leica
M8
Leica
M8.2
Leica
M9
Leica
M9-P
M
Typ 240
M-P
Typ 240
M
Typ 262

M-D
262
Leica
M10
EVF No No No No 1.4MP
EVF-2
External
1.4MP
EVF-2
External
No No 2.4 MP Typ 0020 Visoflex with GPS device.
(or 3.7MP
Leica Bizofurex)

Screen
              No  
Start 2006 2008 09/2009 06/2011 03/2013 11/2014 12/2015 05/2016 01/2017
End 2009 2009 2012 2012 - - - - -
MP 10 10 18 18 24 24 24 24 24
Sensor CCD CCD CCD CCD CMOS CMOS CMOS CMOS CMOS
Format 18x27 18x27 24x36 24x36 24x36 24x36 24x36 24x36 24x36
AA filter No No No No No No No No No
Video No No No No Yes Yes No No No
Adapters Leica
screw
mount
Leica
screw
mount
Leica
screw
mount
Leica
screw
mount
Leica R
Nikkor
LeicaCine
Leica
screw mount
Leica R
Nikkor
LeicaCine
Leica
screw mount
Leica screw mount

Leica
screw
mount

Leica R
Nikkor
LeicaCine
Leica
screw mount

Shutterless No No No No No No No No No
Mirrorless Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Live View No No No No Yes Yes No No Yes
WiFi No No No No No No No No Yes
Framelines         LED
White or
Red
LED
White or
Red
LED
White
LED
White
LED
White or
Red
DNG DNG DNG DNG DNG DNG DNG DNG DNG DNG
JPG JPG JPG JPG JPG JPG JPG JPG No JPG
Base ISO 160 160 160 160 200 200 200 200 100
Max ISO 2800 2800 3200 3200 6400 6400 6400 6400 50,000
Processor         Maestro Maestro Maestro Maestro MaestroII
Buffer No No No No No 2GB 1GB 1GB 2GB
Frame selector Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
USB port Yes Yes Yes Yes Extra Extra No No Extra
GPS         Extra
handgrip
Extra
handgrip
No No Extra
(Sits in
the EVF)
Viewfinder     0.68X 0.68X 0.68X 0.68X 0.68X 0.68X 0.73X
Weather sealed No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Weight     580g 600g 680g 680g 580g 680g 647g
Digital color filters for B&W         Built-in Built-in      
Price $US new 4,800 5,995 7,000 8,000 6,595 6,995 5,395 5,995 6,595
Price Pounds 2,990   4,950 5,395         5,600
Price Euro                 6,500

 

 

     
  This article will continue -->  
  First page in my user report coming February 2017  

 

Leica M 10 Forums:

L-Camera-Forum. Also known as Leica User Forum.

 

Leica M 10 Live Blogging:

David Farkas of Leica Store Miami is on site, providing up-to-the-minute coverage. You can follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/reddotforum and on facebook.com/reddotforum. After the event, he will be providing a re-cap with more details at www.reddotforum.com.

 

Leica M 10 Reviews:

Enche Tjin: "Interview with Stefan Daniel and Jesko Neuhausen on M10" (as of January 29, 2017)
Sean Reid: "Black & White Comparison of Leica M10, M240 and M246"
(as of January 28, 2017)
Sean Reid: "Color Studio Comparison Tests of Leica M10, M240 and SL"
(as of January 22, 2017)
Chromasoft: "Leica M10 raw file (DNG) analysis"
(as on January 21, 2017)
Erwin Puts: "Leica M10, 2,000 hours"
(as of January 20, 2017)
Steve Huff: "Leica M10 higher ISO tests vs Sony A7RII, Leica SL"
(as of January 20,2017)
Jonathan Slack: User Report Leica M10
(at L-User-Forum as of January 18, 2017)
Jonathan Slack: User Report Leica M10 (at LHSA as of January 18, 2017)
Steve Huff: The Leica M10 is Here!
(as of January 19, 2017)
RedDotForum.com
(as of January 18, 2017)
Sean Reid: Reidreviews
(as of January 18, 2017)
DP Review: The M U want: Leica M10 First Impressions Review and Samples (as of January 18, 2017)
DP Review: Leica Boss: Hands-on with new Leica M10 (as of January 18, 2017)
Thephoblographer.com: Review of M 10 (as of January 18, 2017)
Amateur Photographer: Leica M 10 Hands On First Look (as of January 18, 2017)
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS: Leica M10 (as of January 18, 2017)
Irakly Shanidze INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS:
Field Report 2: "Leica M10 Field Report 1: DNG File Resilience" (as of Jan 28, 2017)
Techcrunch Stefan Etienne: "Leica M10 more artisan than professional" (as of Feb 6, 2017)
Irakly Shanidze INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS: Field Report 2: "Under The Sun"

 

Leica M 10 Video Reviews:

The Phoblographer: Stafan Daniel talks about the Leica M 10 (as of January 18, 2017)
Amateur Photographer: Leica M 10 Hands On First Look (as of January 18, 2017)
Steve Huff: The Leica M10 video review (as of January 19, 2017)
DP Review: "Leica M 10 Hands On" (as of January 19, 2017)
Matt Stuart - "Exploring Brussels with the Leica M 10" (as of January 19, 2017)
Kai W: "Leica M10 Hands-on Preview" (as of January 19, 2017)
Matt Granger: Leica M10 (as of January 19, 2017)

 

Leica M 10 Rumors:

LeicaRumors: "New Leica M 10 in 24 hours" (as of January 17, 2017)
Steve Huff: A New Leica M Coming Soon..?"
(as of January 17, 2017)
Leica M10 Rumors: The Big Recap
(LeicaRumors as of January 11, 2017)
LeicaRumors: One more picture of the Leica M10 in black (as of January 11, 2017)
LeicaRumors: "New picture of the entire back of the Leica M10 camera" (as of January 11, 2017).
LeicaRumors: "New leaked picture shows the buttons on the back of the Leica M10 camera"
LeicaRumors: "Another picture of the Leica M10 camera" (as of January 10, 2017)
LeicaRumors: "Leica M10 camera to be announced on January 18th, 2017" (as of Dec 8, 2016)

 

 

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Index of Thorsten von Overgaard's user review pages covering Leica M9, Leica M9-P, M-E, Leica M10,
Leica M 240, Leica M-D 262, Leica M Monochrom, M 246  as well as Leica Q and Leica SL:

Leica M9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 M9-P   Links
Leica M10
P                                        
Leica M 240
P 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44         What if?
Leica M-D 262 1 2                        
Leica Monochrom 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
A
29
B
29
C
29
D
               
Leica Q 1                            
Leica SL 1 2 3 4 5                               Books
   
   

 

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Leica M10   Leica S1 digital scan camera
Leica M Type 240 and M-P Typ240   Leica S2 digital medium format
Leica M-D Typ 262 and Leica M60   Leica S digital medium format
Leica M Monochrom Typ246 digital rangefinder    
Leica M Monochrom MM digital rangefinder   Leica Cine Lenses:
Leica M9 and Leica M-E digital rangefinder   Leica Cine lenses from CW Sonderoptic
Leica M9-Professional digital rangefinder    
Leica M4 35mm film rangefinder    
Leica M lenses:   Leica SLR cameras:
Leica 21mm Summilux-M ASPH f/1.4   Leica SL 2015 Type 601 mirrorless fullframe
Leica 21mm Leica Super-Elmar-M ASPH f/3.4   Leica R8/R9/DMR film & digital 35mm dSLR cameras
Leica 21mm Super-Angulon-M f/3.4   Leica R10 [cancelled]
Leica 28mm Summilux-M ASPH f/1.4   Leica R4 35mm film SLR
Leica 35mm Summilux-M ASPH FLE f/1.4 and f/1.4 AA   Leica R3 electronic 35mm film SLR
Leica 35mm Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0   Leicaflex SL/SL mot 35mm film SLR
Leica 50mm Noctilux-M ASPH f/0.95    
Leica 50mm Noctilux-M f/1.0 and f/1.2   Leica R lenses:
Leica 50mm Summilux-M ASPH f//1.4   Leica 19mm Elmarit-R f/2.8
Leica 50mm APO-Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0   Leica 35mm Elmarit-R f/2.8
Leitz 50mm Summicron-M f/2.0 "rigid" Series II   Leica 50mm Summicron-R f/2.0
Leica 75mm Summilux-M f/1.4   Leica 60mm Macro-Elmarit f/2.8
Leica 75mm APO-Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0   Leica 80mm Summilux-F f/1.4
Leica 90mm APO-Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0   Leica 90mm Summicron-R f/2.0
Leica 90mm Summarit-M f/2.5   Leica 180mm R lenses
Leica 90mm Elmarit f/2.8   Leica 400mm Telyt-R f/6.8
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with the majority in the 30-55 range.
Skill level range from two weeks
to a lifetime of experience.
97% use a digital camera.
100% of my workshop graduates photograph more after a workshop.
1 out of 600 of my students have
asked for a refund.

I would love to see you in one!
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