Leica has long been known for its top-end end design and impressive cameras. After announcing a low-cost version of its M series camera nearly a year ago, the German company has announced a new limited edition version with a big-time price tag. The X Rolf Sachs M-P Grip has a few standout features starting with the outside. Leica has dropped a lot of its traditional metal styling for a bright textured rubber grip. It’s quite the departure from Leica’s typical black and muted color design.

Inside, it’s much like any other Leica M-P camera. It has a Maestro image processor that pushes out 24MP images from the full-frame sensor. There is a LCD display on the back, an optical viewfinder and standard manual controls. The lens is a standard Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 system. Leica’s new limited edition camera is available for $14,950.

Leica has been releasing strictly limited, special editions since 1975. These exceptional models are conceived and produced by Leica in collaboration with artists, photographers, designers and premium brands. Thanks to this tradition, a number of unusual and unique special models and sets with perfectly coordinated accessories have been released. Each of these strictly limited editions is meticulously hand-crafted in the Leica factory and offered in an equally fascinating, premium presentation set. Indeed, the unique experience of owning these outstanding products begins with the opening of the box, specially developed for each limited Leica camera set.

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