Leica Monochrom Meister Edition Berlin announced


A new Leica Monochrom Meister Edition Berlin was announced today to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Leica Store Berlin, which was the first Leica Store with the new black/red/white interior design. The set includes a Monochrom camera with a matching Summilux-M 50mm lens. Only 10 pieces are produced. The finish is brown mordant - a ground coating wich is used by Leica to protect the metal and as a holding primer for the lacquer paint.

For additional information, check Leica Store Berlin and follow also their "Collector item of the day" page.

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  • Licheus

    So you are really not supposed to use this camera. At least with your eyes open…

    • Charles

      They should’ve machined the aperture numbers in braille.

  • JJ

    It does not make sense… Why remove all the white paint – but then forget it on the front of the lens? Then the idea is completely lost…

  • Bo Dez

    I really dig the finish but I would personally fill in the aperture numbers if I bought it. Obviously it’s a cabinet queen for collectors though.

  • Jeremy Allen

    probably some of the last type 240’s that will be assembled. I am guessing they ramped down the 240 production while ramping up the M10 line.

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