Just announced: Zenit M digital rangefinder (based on Leica M) with Zenitar 35mm f/1.0 lens

For LeicaRumors and PhotoRumors readers this should not be a surprise at all since I have been reporting rumors about it for over a year now - Zenit and Leica today announced a new joint production digital rangefinder camera called Zenit M (based on the Leica M Type 240). The new Zenit M will come with a Zenitar 35mm f/1.0 M-mount lens (previously leaked here).

The full press release can be found here. Additional information can be found here:

I am confused: the new Zenit M digital rangefinder camera is designed in Russia, made in… Germany?

Is the Zenit M digital rangefinder camera only a limited edition run?

Via LeicaRumors.com

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