Leica’s New Camera Replaces The Rear Screen With Your iPhone

Leica had decided to give one of her most popular new digital cameras an analog overhaul. And the iPhone plays a crucial role. The camera company has revealed a new variant of the M10 today. It completely abandons the rear LCD and replaces it with your smartphone via a new application, thus freeing it from digital distractions so you can just take photos. 

The new M10-D features a 24-megapixel full frame sensor and a quieter shutter. You can access most of the exposure settings using the thumbwheels, but to view your shots, you need to turn off your iPhone.

Instead of using a rear view LCD with viewfinder, Leica has created a new Fotos application. From the application, you can change the white balance, JPEG or DNG format and other exposure settings. You can view photos and download them for editing and sharing. The Fotos app from Leica also serves as a remote shutter release.

Still, the idea of having a digital camera looking like a film camera will probably appeal to many photography enthusiasts. If you have a lot of money to throw on a new toy camera, it may be for you. The price of the Leica M10-D is $7,995. The Fotos app is available for free on Android and iOS.

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