Leica has unveiled the M Typ 262, the fourth and latest model in the brand's vaunted M lineup. Designed to deliver a stripped-down still photography experience, the camera has no video recording capabilities, nor is there Live View focusing. The camera body is made with magnesium alloy, but the premium brass top plate used by the Typ 240 has been replaced with aluminum. It uses a 24-megapixel CMOS image sensor with a max ISO of 6400, and it allows shooting up to 3 frames per second in continuous shooting mode. Leica promises the shutter speed has been made quieter compared to the M 240. Look for the Leica M Typ 262 to hit stores November 25, carrying a price point of $5,195 USD.