Leica X2 Paul Smith limited edition now shipping

The Leica X2 Paul Smith limited edition camera is now shipping in the US and is currently in stock at the Leica Boutique in West Palm Beach. Only 1,500 pieces were produced for worldwide distribution. Here is a brief description of the camera from the official press release:

Paul Smith is best known for taking classic, bespoke clothing and adding cheeky, inventive twists using his signature rainbow palette, a technique he employed in designing this namesake special edition camera. A particularly striking feature is the unexpected combination of colors chosen by Paul Smith for the body of the Leica X2. The metal top plate of the camera is finished in dazzling bright orange, with only the top dials for setting aperture and shutter speed remaining the familiar classic black of the X2. Paul Smith calls attention to the unusual pop-up flash on the top of the camera with a unique, hand-drawn, engraved light bulb doodle. In stark contrast to the orange of the top plate, the designer chose an eye-catching brilliant yellow for the metal base-plate. This bold classic-meets-vintage camera is rounded off by a premium natural cowhide leather finish in ‘Racing Green.’

In addition to the beautifully-styled Leica X2, the on-trend set includes a selection of accessories that bear the unmistakable mark of Paul Smith’s design, including a carrying strap and a camera protector in taupe-colored premium calfskin. A lens cleaning cloth labeled ‘Paul Smith for Leica’ and a certificate of authenticity are further additions to the premium camera set. The exclusive offering is presented in special packaging created by the British fashion designer and is crafted in coordinated colors that complement the camera.

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  • Ronan

    LOL

  • George Washington

    Leica X2 Clown Edition

  • Nobody Special

    Boy, a special edition M is one thing – at least it’s well, an M of some type. But the overpriced X2? This is an example of Leica taking a really weird path.

  • tthor

    Not cool!

  • joe

    what a clown camera – like the ridiculous vw harlequin. it took so long, that it’s almost outmoded.

  • Ojojo

    Leica cameras are well known as a target for thieves. Perhaps
    this one would be mistaken for a toy camera and therefore be safer to use??? Big premium for this “advantage” though.

    • guest

      iphone’s and everything else in someone’s hands or pockets are well known targets for thieves. They aren’t picky. I doubt they troll the city looking just for Leica.

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