When you hear the brand Leica you know that someone is talking about the best cameras in the world. Leica Store Ginza is celebrating 10 years of existence this month, and the popular German camera maker has decided not to leave such a joyful anniversary unmarked. That’s why the acclaimed brand has just revealed a new limited edition of the excellent M-P Typ 240 titanium camera, that was simply called Leica M P TITANIUM and will have only 333 examples on limited edition!
This new addition to Leica’s incredible line-up includes an M-P (Typ 240) digital functionality camera and two impressive lenses, specifically a Leica Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH and a Leica APO-Summicron-M 50mm f/2 ASPH.
The special M-P Titanium edition is 90 grams lighter than the original, while looking significantly more stylish; please note the classic Leica engraving on the top plate and the exclusive special edition serial number.
The company went even further and finished off the camera’s body with an elegant, full grain leather trim, which adds both aesthetic appeal and functionality to the device. A matching leather carrying strap was included in the set, with the Leica M-P ‘TITANIUM’ set to be available in the UK starting next month for around £17,500 ($23,700)
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The Leica M-P ‘TITANIUM’ Set is available from October in selected Leica Stores and Boutiques.
Leica its an abreviation of the name of the company Leitz and the word Camera, becaming a world mark since 1913 founded in Germany. Many photographers use this amazing camera because it has a complex group of smooth lens and it’s hand mande. Henri Cartier-Bresson was an enthusiasta of Leica Cameras. For this special version of the Leica M-P the top deck, the baseplate and the control elements are machined from solid titanium.
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