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True, it isn't clear from the press release. It seems there will remain two entities:I am not sure there will be rebranding nor cross-branding strategies. They may have Sinar simply run their business.
Next year when the new factory opens . They are one of the few remaining businesses that can produce very high spec lenses in low quantities . So similar to the Cinema sets and these would play right to their strengths ..optics and precision manufacturing ...no electronics required .Roger,
Leica can't even produce enough lenses for the S at present, how can they take on more capacity with a new line?
I think they are buying the patents and not interested in the products.
Leica seems to be allergic to two-digit numbersSigh...all the money they are spending on Sinar could have gone into development, production and marketing of a digital R10. :deadhorse:
Although, as the owner of two Sinar view cameras.....I'm happy for Sinar.