Brikk 24k Gold Nikon DF Camera

Nov 4, 2014

Category: Tech

If you’re a crappy photographer, there are two ways you can repair that reputation: 1) take some classes, read a lot, practice, and get better, or 2) buy this 24k gold Nikon camera. Even if your skills still suck – step1: take the lens cap off – you will still look like incredible wielding a $41,395 camera.

The bling-lovers at Brikk have applied their golden touch to a Nikon DF and Nikkor 14-24 F/2.8 lens, which Brikk says took almost a year of research and development to perfect. Sections of the camera are adorned in stingray leather, including the focus and zoom rings, flash area, and grip. The kit also contains a rechargeable battery, quick charger, USB cable… OK, we’re gonna stop there, because we just feel silly writing the words “USB cable” when we’re talking about a gold camera. Only 77 of these babies are being made, so act fast if you’ve got the cash. [Purchase]

Brikk 24k Gold Nikon DF Camera 1

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