Leica's M series is one of the most heralded in all of photography. The Leica M10 Camera is the latest to join its ranks, offering a mix of old and new technologies that elevate it above the rest. For starters, its body is closer in size to that of the company's film-based M-models, making it more comfortable to use. Likewise, it has manual controls for shutter speed, focus, aperture, and ISO value, a first for a digital M. Yet despite these old-school features, it has a number of advanced improvements. An all-new 24 megapixel CMOS sensor offers improved ISO sensitivity, dynamic range, and sharpness, the latter thanks to the omission of a low-pass filter. A current-generation Maestro II image processor makes it the fastest M ever made, integrated GPS and WiFi add modern conveniences, and the lack of a video mode means it's even easier to get down to the business of making photos.
Created to celebrate the company's founding in 1941, the Hasselblad X1D-50c 75th Anniversary Camera stays true to Victor Hasselblad's spirit of innovation. As the world's first mirrorless digital medium format camera, it packs a huge 50 megapixel sensor into a body smaller than most full-frame shooters. ISO sensitivity up to 25,600, dual card slots, and a 1/2000th second shutter expand the creative possibilities further, while the included 45mm XCD lens is designed to deliver razor-sharp images from one corner to the other.