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PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 11:23 pm 
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Hi folks,

Thanks to Nikon Watch for flagging up this article on the Amateur Photographer site which suggests that Leica is planning to launch a "full-frame 35mm sensor-based digital rangefinder camera", possibly even in time for PMA this fall. Remarkably, it might even be available as an update package for the M8, although judging by the €1200 price tag of their current update package you might need deep pockets. Still, if you have an M8 you probably already have deep pockets. :)

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Watch out Sigma DP1!

Well not really given how much Leica will charge...!


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2008 10:23 am 
The FX badge just looks ugly on a Leica. Maybe they will switch to Nikon instead of Kodak for their sensors and Nikon is making them use it for as an advertisement. :lol:


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