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Leica Trade-Up Program for S(Typ007)
Old 08-10-2017   #1
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Leica Trade-Up Program for S(Typ007)

Leica's email says:
Leica has announced a new program allowing users of previous-generation Leica S-system cameras, or other medium format digital systems, to trade in those cameras towards the current Leica S (Typ 007). The pricing structure varies depending on which camera you are trading. Regardless, Leica’s trade-in values are generous across the board. Here is a chart that breaks down the options:

Trading in S-System Cameras
S2 ——— $4500 credit — $14,450 for S007 after trade
S2-P —— $5500 credit — $13,450 for S007 after trade
S(006) — $8500 credit — $10,450 for S007 after trade
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I would conclude from this that Leica is clearing inventory in preparation for introducing a replacement model.... What could it be like?
And what will Leica do with the traded-in cameras?
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