Leica's M9-P Loses The Red Dot, Gains Better LCD Coating

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Leica has announced a new version of the M9, touted as “the essence of discretion.” The M9-P isn’t much of a jump; the conspicuous red dot logo has been replaced with a script logo on the top of the camera (to deter illiterate thieves, I presume), and a new sapphire covering with anti-glare coating should make reviewing images easier in bad light.

Yes, that’s all! The rest is the same as the M9. It still costs eight grand.