For fans of Leica cameras who do not appreciate that the “Ghost Edition” did away with the iconic red dot and logo, the Leica M10-P “White” Digital Camera is for you – that’s if you are itching to part with $14,495.
That also if you like the camera in white as opposed to the very faint grey on the HODINKEE collab model. As with the HODINKEE collab snapper, the “White” is also based on the M10-P and as such it is technically identical to the M10-P.
Not unlike the “Ghost Edition,” Leica M10-P “White” is also a limited edition shooter with only 350 units to go around globally.
For $14,495, you you will get the white-out M10-P paired to a silver chrome version of the Summilux-M 50 mm f/1.4 ASPH lens with white markings, a genuine leather carrying strap in white with Leica embossing, and a matching white leather case for the lens to complete the look.
The good thing is, the Leica M10-P “White” did not fly off the shelf. At the time of this post, it is still available to anyone who’s willing to drop $14,495. Must I keep emphasizing on the impossible sticker? Yes, I do.
Images: Leica USA.
Source: Luxury Launches.