Leica M10 Edition Zagato Camera

Jun 22, 2018

Category: Tech

Even if you’re not familiar with the name, you’ve probably seen Zagato designs. After all, the family-run firm is responsible for some of the most beautiful cars on the road – including offerings from Aston Martin, Alfa Romeo, Bentley, and even Lamborghini. But their expertise isn’t just in the creation of automobiles, as evidenced by the Leica M10 Edition Zagato Camera.

Brilliantly done up in all-aluminum, this gorgeous digital camera is a work of art – from the machined grooves that wrap around the body, to the understated gray Leica icon, to the striking and iconic red shutter button. And while it has style in spades, it’s also a formidable and functional photo-taker, as well – with its Summilux-M 35 mm f/1.4 lens (the double-bubble design an homage to Zagato’s automobiles). It’s also 70 grams lighter than standard models and comes with a handsome top-grain red leather strap. Limited to just 250 examples, it’s available now for $21,600.

Purchase: $21,600

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