Leica M (Typ 240) low light performance | Jip van Kuijk

The Leica M (Typ 240) is the successor of the M9 and M9-P digital rangefinder cameras by Leica. It features a new 24MP CMOS. imaging sensor, a ‘upgraded’ rangefinder mechanism that is supposed to be more precise and some other upgrades that are not in the scope of this article. In this article I’ll be focussing on the low light capabilities of the new Leica M (Typ 240). The new sensor the ‘Leica Max 24 MP Sensor’ is the first CMOS sensor to be found in a Leica digital rangefinder camera, lots of people were worried that Leica would loose the CCD, or Leica ‘look’. It features as the name states 24 mega pixels, and has a range from ISO 200 – 3200 with ISO 6400 stated as ‘push’………

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