20 Years Leica Shop Vienna Special Editions M9-P, M3-P and D-Lux 5

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Here are the full resolution images of the 20 years Leica Shop Vienna special edition cameras, including the M9-P (click on image for larger view):

For the celebration of 20 Years Leica Shop Vienna, Dr. Andreas Kaufmann, presented in front of 1000 invited guests three cameras, specially designed for this event.

Leica M9-P “20 Years Leica Shop Vienna” with Leica Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASPH

Special Edition in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Leica Shop in Vienna

Description: Digital Leica M9-P silver chrome finish with black saddle leather. The top cover is engraved with the “Classic Leica Script” and the serial number of the camera. Each camera has a special edition number on the hot shoe. The camera is shipped with the Leica Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASPH. Lens in silver anodized finish.

Quantity: Limited to 20 units

Leica M3-P “20 Years Leica Shop Vienna” with Leica Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASPH

Special Edition in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Leica Shop in Vienna

Description: Analog Leica MP silver chrome finish with vulcanite cladding and top cover in the typical Leica M3 style. Furthermore, the top cover is engraved with the “Classic Leica Script” and the serial number of the camera. Each camera has a special edition number on the hot shoe. The camera is shipped with the Leica Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASPH. Lens in silver anodized finish.

Quantity: Limited to 20 units

Leica D-Lux 5

For the first time in Leica's history a famous artist designed a Leica. Prof. Heimo Zobernig created a limited edition of 100 D-Lux 5 cameras.

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  • anna

    yawn. again. so someone tell me whats new?

    • Nobody Special

      Nothing is new.

      Leica invites 1000 guests to show 3 special edition cameras designed for that event. Wow, that is tremendous.

      Andreas Kaufmann will be there to make it important – AND – don’t forget they are going to show a Leica designed by a real artist!!! Well, he designed a covering for a D-Lux 5 and that has to make it special. The only thing keeping my interest in Leica is I can’t believe that this is where they will stay as a company. I mean can they really make it into the future like this?

  • http://photoartbymark.zenfolio.com photoartbymark

    damn i was number 21 in line

  • iau

    That Dlux5 is one of the ugliest ltd. ed. I’ve ever seen.

  • Bewarethemoon

    Leica, we all want to own one, but if I had £3000+ hanging around I wouldn’t spend it on one camera, no matter how brilliant it is.
    As for the D-Lux range, just a pimped up panasonic with a nice red badge.
    I have 2 Lx3′s, and I know they are great little cameras, have great lenses for a compact, and I don’t have to worry about them getting dropped or damaged too much , and just treat it like a normal camera, not wrap it up in cotton wool.
    As for the LTD edition… why?

    • Robert Falconer

      “As for the D-Lux range, just a pimped up panasonic with a nice red badge.”

      That’s true, but it doesn’t take away from the fact that the D-Lux 5 is still a very pleasurable camera to work with and capable of taking some truly magnificent photographs in the right hands (http://www.boxedlight.com/dlux4/)

      Tangentially, I personally applaud Leica’s decision to sell an external grip for this camera—it works better than the built-in grip on the Panasonic, and further adds greater mass along the bottom to also aid in handholding.

      Plus, a better processing algorithm, the addition of Lightroom, a longer warranty, better resale value…and yes, the red dot, complete the package, IMO.

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