Just in time for Christmas, Leica is introducing a new special edition M10-P rangefinder that has an all-white body. But just so you don't lose it in the snow, the buttons and dials are silver, and (unlike on the standard Leica M10-P) you do get the iconic red-dot Leica logo - which on the ice-white background stands out like Rudolf's shiny nose!
The Leica M10-P White comes in a kit with a silver Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 ASPH manual focus lens, and a special white-leather strap, and a white leather case for the lens.
Only 350 of these limited edition kits will be sold, and cost $14,500/£12,750.
The M10-P is a premium version of the M10, which was launched in 2017. It has a 24-megapixel sensor, the traditional Leica rangefinder manual focusing, and the same 5fps motordrive. Leica has previously released safari green and ghost gray special editions of the Leica M10-P.
Leica M10-P specifications
- 24MP full-frame CMOS sensor
- M-mount interchangeable lenses
- Rangefinder manual focusing
- 3in touchscreen LCD (1.04 million pixels)
- Liveview with focus peeking
- Electronic spirit level
- 2GB buffer capacity (approx 30 Raw DNGs, or 100 JPGs)
- ISO 100 - 50,000
- WLAN connectivity
- SD, SDHC, SDXC
- 139 x 38.5 x 80mm
- 675g (with battery)
Leica M-10P review