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This is what a $190,000 Leica looks like

Now the question is, would you pay that much?
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Photo: Schouten

Photo: Schouten

Originally released in 2004 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Leica M system, the titanium M7 was a limited edition release with 50 examples and three of the only lenses you would ever need. The top and bottom plate are crafted in titanium with three camera lenses in 28, 50, and 90mm focal lengths. The lenses were also coated in a fingerprint-resistant silicon dioxide. This is all housed in its own custom aluminum Rimowa case that's wrapped in a titanium finish. 


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