Daniel Craig’s Limited Leica Camera Gets The James Bond Stamp Of Approval

Feb 26, 2021

Category: Tech

Daniel Craig may be best known for his steely portrayal of 007 in the recent James Bond films, however, his expertise extends beyond an on-screen presence. In fact, it turns out that the British actor is also an avid shutterbug — a passion over which he first bonded with photographer Greg Williams during the shooting of Casino Royale.

In anticipation of the long-delayed No Time To Die film, Leica has partnered with both Craig and Williams to design a special-edition Q2 camera. As far as the technical specs go, it’s just as impressive as the standard model, with a massive 47.3-megapixel full-frame sensor, a built-in Summilux 28mm f/1.7 lens, and some super-quick autofocus capabilities enabling stellar optical performance. However, when it comes to aesthetics, the camera sports a number of special touches, including inlaid gold paint markings, laser engraved serial numbers, and exclusive diamond-textured leather trim. Limited to just 750 examples worldwide, you can buy it at the link below for $6,995.

Purchase: $6,995

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