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Leica's M-P rangefinder will run you $7,950, red dot sold separately

Zach Honig
09.16.14
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Of all the new Leica models at Photokina, the M-P represents the slightest of tweaks. It's essentially a Leica M, but with a new 2GB buffer, double the size of the original. It's also missing the familiar red dot on the front, which the company says makes the cam "particularly discreet" (note: you're still shooting with a massive, very expensive looking Leica). It's available now in silver chrome or black for €6,700 in Europe or $7,950 in the US. Check 'er out below.

Gallery: Leica M-P hands-on | 17 Photos

Gallery: Leica M-P | 14 Photos

Edgar Alvarez contributed to this report.

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