|Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 8:02 pm Post subject:
|If you can afford it, get the M10. It has a more refined interface, much better high ISO capabilities, improved viewfinder compared to the M9 & M240.
With the M9, you have to be aware of the potential sensor corrosion issues that affect some camera's. Be sure to check this before purchasing. Repair is possible, but will cost around 1000 euro. The M9 is also pretty slow in operation, even for a 10 year old camera. This may or may not be a problem. I own the Monochrom based on the M9, and for me it's usually just fine.
And yes, these are digital camera's, that need to get switched on before taking a picture.
There's also the M262, which is a trimmed down M240, without video, live view and some other features. If you're interested in making a video with an M, then the M240 (and the monochrome M246) are the only options.
Can you rent one of these camera's before buying?