Leica’s new digital camera is so simple you don’t even need an LCD

latest digital rangefinder aims to take users back in time by completely omitting the rear LCD.
Christened the Leica M-D Typ 262, the German camera and lens maker claims it will take users to a simpler time before digital photography and focus purely on taking a photo in the moment. In the place of a rear LCD you’ll find an old-school ISO dial and of course without a screen, it also means this digital rangefinder features analog controls for every setting from shutter speed to drive modes.


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