The Leica M10-R offers a familiar handling experience but ups the resolution from standard M10-series bodies to 40MP. We’ve been out shooting with a late preproduction M10-R, to give you a sense of what that extra resolution looks like.
To reflect the manner in which the M10-R is likely to be shot by most owners, the majority of the images in this gallery are converted from Raw, with some out-of-camera JPEGs included for spice. Really mild spice.
Please note that the images in this gallery were shot with a pre-production M10-R. As such, image quality may not exactly match results from shipping cameras (but is likely to be extremely close).
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