Leica wraps special-edition M10-P rangefinder in Kevlar armor

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To mark the 40th anniversary of its Oskar Barnack Award photo contest, Leica has launched given its M10-P rangefinder a Kevlar overcoat and released it as the limited-edition Reporter model.
Leica has replaced the leatherette jacket of 2018’s M10-P camera with Kevlar diamond weave. Kevlar is of course used in the manufacture of ballistic clothing, and adds a sense of durability to the rangefinder with Leica saying that it’s “especially grippy and comfortable to hold.”
Over time, with natural exposure to UV rays, the black trim will gradually change to the same color as

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