Leica Launched M10-R Rangefinder Camera in India

  • The German camera company will retail the cameras at INR 6,95,000
  • The device will be retailed via offline channels from August
  • M10-R Rangefinder Camera is expected to feature with metal body

The German camera maker, Leica, has announced the launch of its latest flagship camera in India. The company has announced the launch of Leica M10-R camera in the country. The product is expected to retail at INR 6,95,000. According to the company information, the cameras will be retailed via offline channels from August.

Price and Availability

The Leica M10-R will be retailed at a price tag of INR 6,95,000. The rangefinder camera will be available for purchase from offline retail stores in the country starting from August. However, the Indian pricing is higher than the US. In the US, the camera comes with a price tag of $8295, which roughly translates to INR 6,22,700.


The Leica M10-R feature with a 40.9-megapixel CMOS sensor. The camera comes with a similar design language, as we have seen in the Leica M10 camera. The device feature with an all-metal design along with a diecast of magnesium alloy that provides some strength. The cameras feature with synthetic leather that covers the body and there are brass top and base panels. The camera features manual dials to control different settings and there different exposure modes to choose from as well.

The Leica M10-R comes with a Maestro II image processor that claims to enhance the image quality. The camera feature with a metal-blade focal plane shutter system that is said to be extra silent,though there is no electronic shutter. The camera comes with a sensitivity range of ISO 100 to ISO 50,000. The camera comes with a 3-inch TFT monitor. The camera also supports DNG and JPEG formats and comes with M Bayonet Lens attachment. In terms of wireless connectivity, the Leica M10-R has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.