The world’s biggest trade fair for the photographic and imaging industries, Photokina 2010 at Cologne, Germany have been introducing some of the luxurious devices ever surfaced the earth. Ooh, we had already the Pentax K-5, and now Leica’s newest limited edition product called M9 ‘Titanium’ was unveiled officially by executives from Leica and Volkswagen. There will no special effects here but a regular M9 hyped with “anything that looks like titanium, is titanium.” according to Leica.
We know that this kind of ultra-expensive camera isn’t intended for everyone, but we know could be for those high-fashioned aristocrat. So it this worth for your money, the titanium M9 is coated with a fingerprint-resistant overlay and trim that uses leather “typically reserved for the interiors of Audi’s premium automobiles.” The camera kit also include a 35mm Summilux F/1.4 prime lens, lens hood, a new carrying concept, a newfangled electronic illumination system and a indulging cardboard box.
Then, be warned that there will be only 500 kits of limited M9 will be made, so if you’re willing to pour your money in, good luck.