The Leica M10 has passed the FCC certification
In the network appeared new information about the Leica M10, the announcement which was originally expected at the September exhibition Photokina. According to new rumors, the camera will not be available until February 2017. Meanwhile, the device has passed the FCC certification in the network appeared the first image.
The camera is very similar to the model of the Leica M-P, but will be a little less of it. Recall, the Leica M-P is a slightly improved version of the model Leica M, the dimensions of which is equal to 139 x 42 x 80 mm.
In the equipment of the Leica M10 comes with a Wi-Fi module.
According to preliminary data, the camera has a full frame image sensor resolution of 24 Megapixels. Most likely, it is the same sensor used in a compact camera and Leica Q mirrorless camera Leica SL. The new camera will feature an electronic viewfinder, and a separate wheel to select ISO.
Sources: Nokishita, Leica Rumors, FCC