Is this the Zenit D1 mirrorless camera based on the Leica SL? *UPDATE: fake picture*

PhotoRumors published a picture of what appears to be the upcoming Zenit D1 mirrorless camera that was rumored to be designed together with Leica. The only known specifications are 42.4MP BSI CMOS sensor without AA filter with 50-25,600 ISO range. The official announcement should be in the next few days.

I am still not 100% sure the leaked picture is legit, but the design looks very similar to the Leica SL.

Update: I think this is a fake – I just found the original Leica SL product picture:

Here are the fake pictures of the Zenit D1 mirrorless camera:

Additional information:

Rumors: the new Zenit D1 mirrorless full-frame digital camera could be a limited edition based on the Leica M9, new Zenitar lenses for Leica M-mount

Leica executives visited the Russian KMZ plant where the new Zenit full-frame mirrorless digital camera will be produced

KMZ-Leica partnership: actual news and how a rumour takes shape and grows

Rumors: Zenit to work together with Leica on their upcoming full-frame mirrorless digital camera (did Leica purchased Zenit?)

Via PhotoRumors

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