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When a web site like Bhphotovideo.com or Adorama.com sell Leica products like: leather cases,  thumb support or a Leica wrist strap. The site claims all these items are compatible for a Leica M10. If I purchase an M10-P will all of these items still fit the M10-P? Nothing on these large consumer sites have anything marketed to the M10-P.

So will these products fit the M10-P?


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