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New T with built-in EVF (or small APS-C SL...) to be announced?

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Any news about this camera? It is clear that it is going to appear sooner or later, but WHEN and HOW will it be?

If you look at the current product range, there is one or more camera every 1.000 Euros, with a lack at around 3.000€:

 

C and V-Lux: 1.000 Euros

TL2: 2.000 Euros + lens

small SL (or TL w/EVF): 3.000 + lens

Q: +4.000 Euro

SL: + 5.000 + lens

M: + 6.000 + lens

S: etc. etc....

 

And the TL lens range has a great potential to be used on more then one body only. I believe it will be more a "small" SL rather then a TL with EVF, for which is hard to ask for 3.000 Euro... Better a pro look, with the bulky but acceptable EVF, watertight, heavy, similar to SL but smaller...

What do you think? any news?

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Prefer to wait for an official announcement about any new camera and its price rather than speculate. 

 

Que sera sera … so little point in guessing and maybe being disappointed that it does not meet personal / others' expectations.

 

Gonna change my forum name to 'miserable old - - - -'

 

 

dunk 

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Guest NEIL-D-WILLIAMS

According to Heinz the new XTL3 will have a 50 megabyte sensor and come in at $11,000,00 It will also have the same IVF as the SL

 

On the shelf's in Feb 2018

 

Neil

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According to Heinz the new XTL3 will have a 50 megabyte sensor and come in at $11,000,00 It will also have the same IVF as the SL

 

On the shelf's in Feb 2018

 

Neil

 

 ...unbelievable.... :-)

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The TLv (viewfinder) will become available before Xmas.

 

A real reincarnation of the CL with 40 and 90m equivalents....

 

All the old Benser bags will fit perfectly...

 

 

Got this in the Wetzlar cafeteria..

Edited by screwmount

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