Leica S2 system US pricing

David Farkas of Dale Photo & Digital has posted the following information on the Leica Users Forum:

Hi everyone. Well, it is now past midnight here on the East Coast which means I am no longer bound by the July 30th embargo (although I've only had this info for about six hours).

So, here's the official USA info:

Bodies: (Oct 09)
S2 Camera Body - $22,995
S2-P Body with Sapphire LCD Cover Glass and Platinum Service Package - $27,995

Multi Function Handgrip S $1,295 (Jan 10)
Battery Charger (spare/extra)

Service Packages for Bodies:
S-Body Premium Service $1,495
S-Body Platinum Service $3,795

Summarit-S 70mm f/2.5 ASPH $4,495 (Oct 09)
Summarit-S 70mm f/2.5 ASPH CS $5,995 (Nov 09)
APO-Tele-Elmar-S 180mm f/3.5 $6,495 (Oct 09)
APO-Tele-Elmar-S 180mm f/3.5 CS $7,495 (Nov 09)
APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120mm f/2.5 $6,495 (Nov 09)
APO-Macro-Summarit-S 120mm f/2.5 $7,495 (Nov 09)
Summarit-S 35mm f/2.5 ASPH $5,295 (Dec 09)
Summarit-S 35mm f/2.5 ASPH CS $5,995 (Dec 09)
Service Packages for Lenses:
S-Lens Premium Service $495
S-Lens Platinum Service $995

Bodies and lenses come with a transferable (first for Leica) warranty, whcih can be extended through purchase of one of the service packages. We are still waiting on some more details to come.

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  • rolexexplorer

    Hi, everybody at leicarumors.com. I am newbie, nice to meet you all. You have really interesting forum, I looked over many topics with interest, and want to create my own.
    Luxury life, what is it? Ofcourse, we all know traditional meaning – rich persons waste a lot of money to live in expensive and exclusive style, expensive clothes, jewelry, food, cars, trips, yachts and etc.
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  • ich bins

    I think the Leica people have lost any sense of realism publishing these prices in these times. One has to invest at least 50000 € /USD for a body and some lenses – and for what? For publishing nice photos in a magazine, a Nikon D 200 or Canon EOS 450 is good enough – this is financial overkill for a little bit better pictures. My first reaction was to go out of the Leica news forum. A photographer who has to live from his work – I fortunately do not have to do so – has to sell many, many pictures…

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