Leica has continued with its Mini M camera teasing on its official website, by slightly opening the box containing the device, showing a black lens on a black shooter.
Leica has recently teased a new camera on its website. The whole story has begun on May 23, when the German manufacturer has put up a box on its official site somewhere between the Leica M and the X2 Micro M.
The teaser campaign continues on the company’s website, as the box holding the camera has been opened a bit, therefore making people more curious about the product that they are going to see on June 11.
Leica Mini M teases just keep on coming ahead of June 11 announcement
The D-LUX 6 Nano M has also been put up there to symbolize the entire series of “M” shooters. It seems like the whole family will be reunited as the Mini M is scheduled to make its first official appearance on June 11.
Although we hoped that the Germany-based company would have revealed more information by now, the only thing that is certain is that the camera will be black and that it will feature a black lens. Other than that, everything is just speculation.
Mini M rumored to be a Leica APS-C camera with a fixed zoom lens
As the company is trying to build up some momentum, sources have started speculating, as stated above. It is rumored that the shooter will be a regular APS-C camera which will feature a fixed lens with a broad zoom range.
The mini-opening of the box seems to suggest that this rumor is true, but the device is placed between some expensive cameras. An APS-C compact camera with a fixed zoom lens hardly qualifies for this category, so the information may be wrong.
“Speculators gonna speculate”
Previously, people would have hoped that the Leica Mini M is a full frame compact camera with a fixed lens and a pretty impressive specifications sheet.
Anyway, it would be unwise to bet all your money on a certain form factor at this point, therefore we should wait a few more days until the company decides to tease us even more.