The Limited Edition Leica M-P Titanium Camera Kit Is As Beautiful As You’d Think

This is the classiest camera you'll see today

Leica M-P Titanium Limited Edition Camera Kit
The two-lens kit covers the popular 28mm and 50mm focal lengths.Leica

Say what you will about Leica’s iconic M-series rangefinder cameras, they have always been some of the most simply beautiful cameras every produced. The M-P especially, with its extremely minimalist styling and lack of the iconic red dot. Now, there’s an even swankier version: The M-P Titanium, which comes as part of a set with the Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH and the Summicron-M 50mm f/2 ASPH lenses.

Leica will only be selling 333 of the kits worldwide, which means they likely won’t be easy to get, even if you can acquire the scratch required to buy one. This is one of Leica’s most popular bodies, packaged with two of its most popular lenses, so it appeals to both collectors and shooters with excessive means.

The titanium construction actually makes it three ounces lighter than the standard production model. The grip and all of the trim are made from very swanky leather. The camera will be available starting in October at Leica stores, but hopefully we will get to check one out when we venture to the Leica motherland (Germany) for Photokina 2016.

Leica actually did a similar Titanium edition of the M-9 back at Photokina 2010, but this M-P is significantly more attractive in my opinion. What do you think?

Say what you will about Leica’s iconic M-series rangefinder cameras, they have always been some of the most simply beautiful cameras every produced. The M-P especially, with its extremely minimalist styling and lack of the iconic red dot. Now, there’s an even swankier version: The M-P Titanium, which comes as part of a set with the Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH and the Summicron-M 50mm f/2 ASPH lenses.

Leica will only be selling 333 of the kits worldwide, which means they likely won’t be easy to get, even if you can acquire the scratch required to buy one. This is one of Leica’s most popular bodies, packaged with two of its most popular lenses, so it appeals to both collectors and shooters with excessive means.

The titanium construction actually makes it three ounces lighter than the standard production model. The grip and all of the trim are made from very swanky leather. The camera will be available starting in October at Leica stores, but hopefully we will get to check one out when we venture to the Leica motherland (Germany) for Photokina 2016.

Leica actually did a similar Titanium edition of the M-9 back at Photokina 2010, but this M-P is significantly more attractive in my opinion. What do you think?

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