Leica has officially announced the launch of two new advanced compact cameras, the Leica D-LUX 4 and C-Lux 3.
Leica's version of Panasonic's exciting new Lumix LX3, the D-Lux 4 is a 10.1 megapixel compact with a 24-60mm fast-aperture (f/2.0-2.8) lens, a high-res 3.0 inch LCD, and advanced manual controls and processing options that include a film simulation system.
Some light physical and interface redesigns when compared to the LX3 help the new Leica, which the manufacturer is describing as the "Son of M8," slot into a slightly more premium space in the compact camera market.
We've yet to see an official US press release, but DPReview has an English-language announcement along with official press images of the new cameras.
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