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Leica unveils M9 Titanium edition with 22,000 price tag

updated 09:15 pm EDT, Mon September 20, 2010

Titanium edition limited to 500 pieces

Leica has unveiled a special edition camera, the M9 Titanium, which was featured at a special event in Cologne. The camera is an upgraded version of the semi-professional M9, extensively constructed from titanium and designed in collaboration with Volkswagen. Leather trim, LED-illuminated frame lines, and fingerprint resistant overlays distinguish the special edition from its basic counterpart.

The company packages the camera with a titanium lens hood, new handstrap, and a customized holster. A 35mm Summilux F/1.4 prime lens has also been designed specifically for the special edition, using titanium components to match the body.

While the standard M9 fetches nearly $8,000, the Titanium edition will set customers back by 22,000 (~$28,730 USD). The company has limited production to just 500 pieces. [via Leica Rumors]

by MacNN Staff



  1. icewing

    Joined: Dec 1969



    ...i was that rich and vain, I'd buy something better looking...

  1. wrenchy

    Joined: Dec 1969


    The Perfect Camera...

    to go with Steve Jobs' iPhone 4.

    Both expensive, both bu tt ugly.

    You get what you pay for right?

  1. cmoney

    Joined: Dec 1969



    you guys obviously don't appreciate good engineering. why, the attached hand strap has to be worth at least $1000 by itself. and I'm sure the titanium will pay for itself when it saves your embedded-in-Iraq butt, cause I'm sure most leicas these days end up in war zones and other dangerous areas where you'd wanna spend $10k to make sure you got the shot.

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