Same processor, better high ISO and dynamic range
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Same processor, better high ISO and dynamic range

The M10-R's processor is the same Leica Maestro II that we've seen in previous M10-series models, but Leica claims that thanks to the new sensor, dynamic range has been substantially improved in Raw mode. Despite the significant increase in the size of its files, the M10-R's continuous shooting rate is 4.5 fps – barely slower than the original M10's 4.8 fps.

Like the original M10/P, native ISO sensitivity spans 100-50,000 (everything above 6400 is accessed via the 'M' setting on the ISO dial shown here) and the maximum exposure time has been extended to 16 minutes (from 4 minutes on the M10/M10-P).

Raw files are recorded in the DNG format, in 14-bit, with lossless compression.