- Leica X “Edition Moncler”
- Leica M Edition “LEICA 60”
- Leica M Typ 240 / Black & Silver
- Leica M-P Typ 240 / Silver
- Leica M Monochrom / Black & Silver
- Leica APO-Summicron-M 50mm F2.0 ASPH
- Leica APO-Summicron-M 90mm F2.0 ASPH
In 1954, Leica first launched the classic M Camera M3. Today, 60 years later, Leica celebrates the 60th anniversary of the birth of the legendary Leica rangefinder system and makes this special limited edition “LEICA 60”. This is the variant of the Leica M-P Typ 240 and styled by Audi Design. The set includes M camera with no LCD monitor and a Summilux 35mm F1.4. They are made by stainless steel.
It is coming soon and open for Pre-order right now.
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Here comes the newly announced Silver anodized Leica Noctilux-M 50mm F0.95 ASPH with FLE in photokina 2014. (May refer to our facebook for the photokina products highlight) This silver edition of the lens was produced and sold as a bundle with some limited edition sets before, and now it is released for general production in 2014. The product code is for the silver Noctilux is 11667 and it is made by aluminium also with no extra weight added. This silver edition of the Noctilux should be a great news for the collectors who are mostly interested in the silver lenses.Read More
So there is a new update of the M Typ 240 camera (M 240), the new M-P Typ 240 (M-P 240).
The M-P comes with the Leica minimal and discreet design and a series of improvement over the basic model M 240. The M-P 240 has upgraded to a 2GB image buffer, and added with the sapphire glass anti-scratch display LCD screen. The camera also has the manual viewfinder frame-line selector, which exists in most of the M cameras before.
There are some pictures of the Leica M Edition 100 and the Leitz Park Limited 25pc Leica S.
There is a special limited edition set from Leica to celebrate their 100 years of Leica photography. It was announced at the newly opened Leitz Park in Wetzlar on 23 May 2013. The M Edition 100 Special Edition includes the mechanical rangefinder film camera, the Leica M-A and the digital B&W rangefinder camera, Leica M Monochrom, together with 3 Summilux lenses, 28mm 35mm and 50mm.
Stainless steel is used as the material for the M Edition 100 set, which is a very difficult material to handle on the camera bodies and lenses with a special coating treatment to avoid finger marks and improve durability. The sets will be supplied with a high quality Rimowa case, and the Kodak Tri-X 400 film...Read More