Leica TL “Aero Concept” limited edition kit launched in Japan


A new Leica TL "Aero Concept" limited edition kit was launched in Japan. Only 5 sets will be produced. Shipping is expected to start in July, 2017. The suggested retail price is 1.75 million yen (around $16,000). This limited edition includes:

  • Leica TL camera body (color can be selected)
  • Leica Vario Elmar TL 18-56mm f/3.5-5.6 ASPH
  • Leica Summilux TL 35mm f/1.4 ASPH
  • Leica TL Vizoflex
  • Leica Sumaron-M 28 mm f/5.6 / 28 mm "and"
  • Leica M lens adapter for TL mount

More about the Japanese brand "Aero Concept":

Aero Concept was founded in Tokyo in 2003 and grew out of the philosophy, skill and passion of its creator, Keiichi Sugano. These beautiful and practical objects are testament to Sugano’s art and creativity – from taking his original idea to using his hands and vision to bring together materials and tools to make it a reality.

Aero Concept has its roots in a small precision engineering company called Keiswi that specialises in making component parts for Boeing and Airbus airplanes and for Shinkashen, the Japanese high speed bullet trains. Such clients require the highest quality materials worked to an exacting level of precision. Keiswi is a small family business with a long established reputation. It's present owner, Keiichi Sugano, born in Tokyo in 1951, took over the company from his grandfather, a highly skilled craftsman who was appointed chief builder for the replacement of the copper roof on Osaka Castle in

Via DC.Watch

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  • The best object of the set is the case.

  • 3foot1

    Hey, Marco, you can buy a briefcase like this for £1300.
    http://www.aeroconcept.co.uk/products/
    Bargain!

  • Pantechnicon

    The Leica sales chap probably hasn’t stopped laughng since he took the call from AeroConcept.

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