A couple of weeks ago Leica teased on their Facebook page an upcoming new camera called the Mini M, and the company has revealed a little bit more on its Facebook page. The image of the camera is still a little obscured as the box is still being partially open. If anything it does look a little like the leaked image we saw last week in which the camera was shown off in all of its glory. While we’re still waiting for the 11th of June for Leica to make the official announcement, last week’s leak suggested that we might be able to look forward to a full aluminum body, a 16.1MP APS-C sensor, a Leica Elmar 28-70mm f/3.5-6.4 lens, Full HD video recording, and will come bundled with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, all of which can be had for a whopping €2450. Don’t take that as the official word, but if you’re a Leica fan looking forward to seeing what the company has to offer, check back with us on the 11th of June for the details.
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