Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/21

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Subject: [Leica] "Four Thirds System" Digital Rangefinder
From: leicagalpal at (Kit McChesney)
Date: Tue Sep 21 09:16:08 2004

Well, Panasonic has already made a big announcement that they plan to take
on Sony and increase their share of the digital pie exponentially, and using
Leica lenses as part of the draw. I'm hoping (read: praying) that Leica
introduces a mid-priced digital camera (around $800-$1000) at Photokina, one
with some real features. We'll see. 


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Subject: [Leica] "Four Thirds System" Digital Rangefinder

I would not be surprised if a 'Four Thirds' digital camera made by 
Panasonic would be announced soon, since they joined the 'Four Thirds 
System standard' for digital cameras in February.

And to see it using interchangeable lenses designed and made by Leica.

Photokina 2004 or PMA 2005 ?


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