Leica M10-P Limited Edition "Reporter" features Kevlar
Posted by Sylvain Pichot on January 25, 2021 Posted in Photo
To properly celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Leica Oskar Barnack prize, the famous German brand recently announced the marketing of a limited edition of its M10-P camera.Known for the occasion as “Reporter”, it benefits from a coating in Kevlar to withstand the potentially extreme conditions of a report.
With its compact size and minimalist aspect characteristic of the Leica M series of cameras, the M10-P is now showing itself in a new light as the brand has decided to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Leica Oskar Barnack award.by offering a special version of this high-performance model.For this, the manufacturer has equipped it with a Kevlar coating instead of the imitation leather that covers the original model.In addition, it is also adorned with a new color , the dark green, which is furiously reminiscent of that used in the armies.Kevlar is textured to ensure a grip as non-slip as with leather, while maintaining such a pleasant touch.The device is especially better protected and thus ready even the most extreme ones.Leica specifies that over time and more particularly exposure to UV rays, the black kevlar part will gradually adopt the same color as the rest of the camera's frame.these conditions We need to recognize those who actually used it from those who take it out to look pretty!
A model of discretion
To make the M10-P “Reporter” as discreet as possible, Leica has also painted the various engravings, normally white, in light green.For all that concerns the technical part, this special edition is strictly identical to the original version.the touchscreen as well as the ultra-silent shutter of the classic M10-P, practical not to be noticed.The M10-P has already been the subject of other versions such as the “White” and “Ghost Edition” versions .Manufactured in a limited edition of just 450 copies, the new Leica M10-P “Reporter” full-frame camera is available for a price of € 7,980, without lens, or just over € 300 more than the original model, still on offer.on sale.
Posted Date: 2021-01-27