Leica M7 Hermes unboxed

photo courtesy of the The PurseBlog

PurseBlog.com has an article about the Leica M7 Hermes edition and gallery of what’s in the box. This is the part I found interesting about the included silver chrome 35mm f/1.4 Summilux-M lens:

“The unique part about this limited lens is that Leica created a new production process to silver anodize the lens’ aluminum alloy barrel and rings; unlike in previous lenses, where the silver chrome effect could only be applied to much heavier brass barrels and rings. As a result, this silver chrome ‘Lux is the same weight as the black anodized version, which is a first for Leica.”

Head over to The PurseBlog and check the remaining details.

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