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Leica officially registered a new D-Lux 7 fixed lens compact camera successor!!!

Leica officially registered a new camera in China. Leica registered it with the code “Typ 3952A”. And we know what this means because the Leica D-Lux 7 had the code “Typ 3952”. So it’s pretty obvious that this will be a new successor! The D-Lux 7 has been announced back on Nov 20, 2018 and it featured a 17 Megapixel Four Thirds sensor with a fixed 24-75mm f/1.7-2.7 lens. The D-Lux 7 was co-developed with Panasonic which had their own version named Lumix LX100II.

This new D-Lux should be announced within the next three months but we don’t know what the specs will be. My guess is the following:

New D-Lux spec speculation:

  • New APS-C sensor (no more Four Thirds sensor like the first generation)
  • New 18mm fast prime lens (no more a zoom lens like the first generation)
  • Similar Leica Q3 minimalist design
  • Price close to $2,000

This is the official registration act spotted by E8M on Weibo.:

What do you think…will this camera sell hot like the current Fuji X100VI and Leica Q3 cameras?

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