When you fork over $2 million bucks to get a custom-made Leica lens, you can be sure it's going to include some fancy accessories. While most people get a nice case for their new lens, this one has its own custom-fitted, four-wheel-drive Mercedes-Benz to lug it around.
Leica cameras are notoriously expensive. But how much would you be willing to pay for a vintage Leica 0-Serie camera from 1923? $8,000 and you toss in some color? Give me a break, try $2,790,000.
Black and white photography may seem very old school, but it's hard to deny that in the hands of a skilled photographer, you get a depth of mood that's tough to achieve with color. Now Leica is catering to b&w fanatics, with a new digital camera that only shoots monochrome pictures.
Taking great pictures requires that you keep your camera really steady. But does it make sense to use your big dollar Leica lens as an extra handle?
A snip* at just $14,265, Leica's M7 camera has been rejigged thanks to French fashion house Hermes. On sale from today, there are just 200 units of the retro-styled film camera available — a ton of them in that war-correspondent...