Never mind if a spy like James Bond will probably not use a regular camera in any of his missions (unless he was pretending to be a tourist) because there is a James Bond cobranded digital camera now. Folks, meet the Leica Q2 James Bond 007 Limited Edition Camera.
This lovely camera features a black paint finish camera housing, wrapped in a beautiful, bespoke ocean green leather covering by Globe-Trotter. The contrast is between black and green is not great, but probably a good thing for a spy who doesn’t want any more attention than necessary.
The colorway does not make it immediately recognizable as a Bond gear. In fact, this cobranded camera does not quite scream “I’m 007!” Instead, much like the spy with the license to kill, it is classy when it comes to Bond branding and this includes the iconic 007 logo in black glossy finish on top of the camera, subtle 007 logo with the edition number at the bottom of the LCD screen and a metal lens cap with the 007 gun barrel design from every Bond movie’s opening sequences.
This limited edition snapper further features a handgrip with Globe-Trotter ocean green leather to match the camera, along with ocean green leather with black leather strap – also from the renowned British leather goods maker.
Beyond that, it is the Leica Q2 that you may be familiar with. Oh, right. Each unit is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
There are just 250 pieces of the Leica Q2 James Bond 007 Limited Edition Camera to go around, each commanding a princely sum of US$7,995. Unlike Bond, the bill is on you and not MI6. So, you ought to be a super fan to be wanting this 007-themed digital shooter.
via Leica Rumors.