Exciting stuff, Leica has announced the M10, the slimmest digital in the iconic M-series. The M10 is Leica’s first interchangeable lens digital rangefinder, and sets the new standards for rangefinder photography and state-of-the-art imaging. This is a camera dedicated to photography, it has no video features, all the focus has been placed on imaging performance. It features manual controls for shutter speed, focus, aperture, and ISO value, a first for a digital M. It also has an all-new 24-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor that allows for even high ISO sensitivity range that now goes from 100 to 50,000. There is also Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to quickly and easily transfer your photos from your M10 to mobile devices. Using the Leica M-App, you can directly transfer DNG raw files for on-the-go editing and sharing. You’ll also be able to control your M10 remotely using a smartphone or tablet.