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Leica's M-D Typ 262 is photography in its purest form

The first production Leica without a dedicated LCD.
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For Leica's latest camera, the company is ensuring that absolutely nothing gets in the way of the photography experience with their new M-D Typ 262 camera. While the camera looks just like any other Leica M body from the front, the M-D has one major difference: it has no LCD screen.

Yes, there's no endless list of menu options to scroll through, no face detection modes, or photo previews. What you do have is access to shutter speed and ISO, nothing more and nothing less. As for specs, the camera will feature a 24 megapixel sensor with the Leica Maestro image processor and storage comes via an SDHC/SDXC slot.

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