The Leica M-P type 240 has a very similar style to its predecessor, the Leica M model, but features some upgrades and a slight redesign.
The upgrades include 2GB of internal storage and sapphire glass over the LCD screen so when you preview your photos, a scratch will never be in the way.
The slight redesign includes the subtle relocation of the Leica logo. The company has decided to let the camera speak for itself, so the red dot logo is no longer on the front of the camera like on the M model. The logo on the M-P type 240 is white and has been moved to the top of the camera. Now you won’t have to worry about strangers stopping you and asking, “hey, is that a Leica?”
Other specs include a full-frame 24MP CMOS, an ISO range of 200-6400 and a crazy-fast shutter speed of 1/4000s that is capable of snapping pictures at three frames per second.
The Leica M-P comes in both a chrome finish and in black. It’s available now for $7,950.