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Sep
09

Leica releases M9 and X1

Leica has just released its M9 and X1, the M9 being an obvious successor to the M8.

The M9 features a full frame, 18 megapixel Kodak-made CCD sensor in its rangefinder body. Leica says its the smallest full frame camera, but it’ll probably be the most expensive, too.

The 12 megapixel X1 has a APS-C sensor with a fixed lens that gives the equivalent of 35mm and has a maximum aperture of f/2.8.

As can be seen, it doesn’t have a viewfinder; however, one can be purchased and attached via the hotshoe separately.

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