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Save $1,000 on Leica M Monochrom

Save $1,000 on Leica M Monochrom
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The release of the $8,295 Leica M10 Monochrom earlier this year pushed the premium of black-and-white photography to the next level. But you can now save a cool $1,000 on the previous Monochrom with this great deal.

You can currently buy the Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246) for just $6,595 – a hefty discount on the standard $7,595 retail price, presenting a rare and significant saving on a luxury Leica body.

The new Leica M10 Monochrom might have more megapixel muscle, but the M Monochrom (Typ 246) is by no means a slouch with its 24MP full-frame sensor that produces pristine black-and-white images.

The gorgeous rangefinder comes in sleek and stealthy black chrome-plated metal body design, with a magnesium-alloy chassis, brass top and bottom plates, and a synthetic leather wrap – all fittingly removed of the signature red Leica dot!

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James Artaius

The editor of Digital Camera World, James has 21 years experience as a magazine and web journalist and started working in the photographic industry in 2014 (as an assistant to Damian McGillicuddy, who succeeded David Bailey as Principal Photographer for Olympus). In this time he shot for clients as diverse as Aston Martin Racing, Elinchrom and L'Oréal, in addition to shooting campaigns and product testing for Olympus, and providing training for professionals. This has led him to being a go-to expert for camera and lens reviews, photographic and lighting tutorials, as well as industry analysis, news and rumors for publications such as Digital Camera MagazinePhotoPlus: The Canon MagazineN-PhotoDigital Photographer and Professional Imagemaker, as well as hosting workshops and demonstrations at The Photography Show. An Olympus (Micro Four Thirds) and Canon (full frame) shooter, he has a wealth of knowledge on cameras of all makes – and a particular fondness for vintage lenses and film cameras.