Photos of the Leica X Vario Type 107 have been leaked on the web again, hinting that all the previous rumors have been true once more.
Leica has managed to get the hopes of its fans as high as the Burj Khalifa skyscraper by teasing a new camera model dubbed the Mini M. However, the rumor mill has found out about its plans and the whole world of photography has been disappointed about the findings.
Leaked evidence proves that the Leica Mini M is an APS-C camera with a fixed lens
It appears that Leica will be announcing an APS-C camera with a fixed zoom lens, which is considered “totally boring” by angry fans on Facebook.
Many people still believe that everything is a part of the grand scheme of things, as Leica may be supplying these leaks and that we will see an entirely different camera on June 11, though evidence says otherwise.
Leica’s European dealer leaks new Mini M photo
The latest leak is actually a good picture of the so-called Mini M and it has surfaced on the web through an European Leica partner, which may have posted the shot a little too early.
This new image is in conformity with the other leaks and the Leica X Vario Type 107 may be just another camera that does not entice photographers.
A pair of other photos have also showed up on the web and they are saying the same thing. They look like some sketches, but anybody can see the similarities with the real deal using a little imagination.
Let the truth be told on June 11, Leica says
The leaks have recently confirmed that the camera will boast an 18-46mm lens, that offers a 35mm equivalent of 28-70mm with a relatively slow aperture of f/3.5-6.4.
Other specs of the camera include a 16.5-megapixel APS-C sensor, maximum ISO of 12,500, 3-inch LCD screen, full HD video recording, and 1/2000th of a second maximum shutter speed.
Sources also claim that the Leica Mini M will retail under the aforementioned name of X Vario Type 107 for a price around €2,500 in Europe and $2,500 in the United States.
Either way, we will find out if the rumors are true or false on June 11, as Leica has previously said on its Facebook page.