Why would a Rolleiflex dealer mention Sinar or Leaf? I don't get it.
No offense, but as great as this camera might be, this is the exact reason why I'd never come close to considering it for a tool that I make money with. Here we are, two weeks or so from when it's supposedly unveiled, and they don't even know how to communicate with the public on who is going to sell it.
Imagine it going down. Imagine needing a part for a job. Berlin's gotta call Switzerland, who's gotta turn around and call another country. And there you are, holding a camera that doesn't work, and your job is in three days.
These guys seem to be great engineers, but exceedingly poor SELLERS of cameras. As if, the only thing that mattered was designing it and manufacturing the first one, and then the thrill is over.
Again, this seems like The Ultimate Dentist Camera -- if it goes down on a Sunday morning, when the guy is going to take a leisurely walk thru the countryside and "snap some snaps", then, well, what a shame. But nothing is really lost, because he goes back to being a dentist tomorrow morning, and he still gets paid.
No thanks. If it's this confusing right out of the gate, wait til the real problems begin, when real photographers, (real customers), start demanding answers on delivery.
No, no thanks at all. This camera's marketing makes Phase One seem like true marketing geniuses.