Leica’s CEO talks mirrorless again

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In a recent interview with Asiaone, Leica Camera CEO Alfred Schopf mentioned again their future plans for a new system camera that will fit between the current M and X lines:

“We are at the borderline of compact-system cameras already, with the Leica X1 and Leica M-System, and it’s pretty obvious that, at one point, we are going to offer something in between. But we have to look very carefully into what sensor parts we are using and what features we are offering.”

For some reason the author of the article uses “Micro Four Thirds” to describe mirrorless cameras. Leica has said on numerous occasions that they are not interested in the Micro Four Thirds format.

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