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PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2010 12:15 pm 

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As Leica launches it's new camera with a red dot and claiming its superiority over Panasonic SZ7 but still I will support Panasonic as a old player of this camera world, I hope Panasonic official will take some action to wash out this red dot from the market very soon.

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PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2010 3:04 pm 
OP, do you mean Panasonic will win over leica's camera market?

Do you mean in the compacts segment or the pro segment?

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The red dot you talk about is Leica, one of the most respected camera companies in the world. Panasonic use their lenses in their cameras under licence as Leica make some of the best optics.

In order to compete in the P&S market leica have been selling panasonic camera internals in their own body using better case materials and with their own custom processing algorithms.

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