The Leica M9-P is just like the original M9—still the world's smallest full-frame digital camera and still absurdly expensive—but with one major difference: (Almost) nobody will know it's a Leica.
The iconic red dot is gone, the design rendered more muted and minimalist for stealth mode powers. The body is also wrapped in vulcanite leatherette that's more ruggedized, and it's got the the same nigh-unbreakable sapphire LCD that we saw on the limited edition M9.
But is a photo taken with a Leica artsy if no one knows a Leica was used to take it? [Leica]