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« on: December 13, 2006, 11:17:03 AM »
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The Jenoptik Group rescinds the sale of its 51 percent of the shares in Sinar AG to Leica Camera AG.


The sale of the Sinar shares to Leica Camera AG had been agreed and published at short notice at Photokina in Cologne at the end of September 2006. The transfer of the shares to Leica Camera AG was subject to contractual conditions which have not been fully completed to date. By rescinding from the contract, Jenoptik intends to avert damage from Sinar AG due to unclear ownership structures. Jenoptik reserves the right to assert against Leica Camera AG claims for damage resulting from the failed sale. At present, other business relations between Jenoptik and Leica Camera AG are not effected by today's decisions.

The measure was supported by the market success of the new Hy6 medium-format camera for professional photographers, which Jenoptik developed in conjunction with partners, amongst others Franke & Heidecke. This camera, to which experts give excellent marks, was presented by Jenoptik at this year's Photokina for the first time. It will be distributed in the market also by Sinar, as had originally been planned. This means that Sinar will remain part of the activities in the digital imaging area of the Jenoptik Group.

URL to official press-release: Jena, 13. December 2006
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« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2006, 09:12:32 PM »
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Hi
Interesting so that means Jenoptik has ties with both Leaf & Sinar. Jenoptik & Leaf are do something together as of Nov 2006. At this point in time only Sinar & Leaf will work with the future Hy6 camera.
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