Now that the M240 is being phased out, the M9 upgrade programme has been extended to the M10 — which had previously been excluded from the scheme, presumably because of the heavy demand for the new camera.
Owners of M9 cameras with the sensor delamination problem are still able to have the sensor fixed by Leica at a cost. However, as an alternative you can now walk away with a brand-new M10 for £4,208 (in return for trading in an M9 or M-E), £3,995 (against the M9-P) or £3,825 (against the M9 Monochrom). The list price of the M10 is £5,850
As an alternative, you can get a new M246 Monochrom, which has a recommended price of £6,350. If you are trading in a first-generation M9-based Monochrom the extra you pay is £2,958. From an M9 or M-E you pay £3,385 and from an M9-P, £3,128.
To take advantage of these offers get in touch with Leica Store Mayfair.
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