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

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