Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/03/10

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Subject: [Leica] More management blabla
From: msadat at (mehrdad)
Date: Mon Mar 10 11:01:30 2008
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over all i was happy with Lee, he moved the company forward, the m8
came out (according to leica in the fastest time), new cheap lenses
(good ones). he moved a company out of stone ages to sort of present
and made money doing so with the "old culture" still in place.

my guess on the R line is the old lenses will work. leica is not big
enough to roll out a whole new mount with lenses unless Panasonic is
making the lenses. the current R mount is big enough to work on canon
full frame so it should work on the new leica R.

I would be very happy if panasonic can make leice designed lenses at a
faster cheaper pace

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:45 AM, Steve Unsworth
<> wrote:
> Doug, given that most people print digitally these days wouldn't it make
>  more sense if the sensor sides were in the same ratio as A3 etc - 1 for 
> the
>  short side, square root of 2 for the long? I.e 36mm x 25.46mm
>  Maybe that's what they mean by a larger that full frame sensor?
>  Steve
>  On 10/3/08 17:36, ""
> <> wrote:
>  > and (pure speculation) 22MP could mean a 29mm x 36mm sensor if the R10 
> has
>  > a sensor proportioned to 8x10... or should I say proportioned to 32x40?
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  regards, mehrdad

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