New Leica D-Lux 8 camera rumored to be announced this summer


The newly registered Leica Type 3952A camera will be announced this summer as a new Leica D-Lux 8 model. The interesting rumor here is that the D-Lux 8 will be sold only by Leica and there will not be an equivalent Panasonic LX100 camera. This explains why the new D-Lux 8 is labeled as Type 3952A (the D-Lux 7 was Type 3952).

The demand for small fix lens cameras is currently very strong and models like the Fuji X100 and Ricoh GRIII are almost impossible to get. It seems that Leica decided to capitalize on that trend even without Panasonic. I am curious what and how many upgrades Leica will introduce to the new D-Lux 8.

The Leica D-Lux 8 will not have an APS-C sensor and a fixed prime lens (obviously)

Leica registered a new D-Lux 7 Type 3952A camera

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