Most of us will never own a super-limited camera that costs as much as a decent car, but they're sure fun to look at. The white Leica M9-P is set to launch in July, and will only be available in Japan. Released to commemorate the opening of Leica Daimaru Tokyo, the asking price will be 2,620,000 Yen ($31,600), and it'll have a silver chrome upper, white lacquer finish, and "white paste box calf leather". It also comes bundled with a special, silver version of the Nokuti M f0.95/50mm ASPH lens. The original M9-P currently goes for around $8,000, and was billed as being less obtrusive than the M9 because it lacked the large red Leica logo, an argument which doesn't really gel with a large, bright-white camera. This isn't the first incredibly expensive M9-P variant we've seen, and only 50 of this white kit will be made.