Leica has introduced a brand new limited-edition movie digicam and matching APO-Summicron-M 50 F2 ASPH lens. The Leica M-A ‘Titan’ set is Leica’s sixth limited-edition digicam with a titanium exterior. The primary titanium exterior Leica was the Leica M6 TTL’ Titanium,’ launched in 2001. The high-end, restricted M-A ‘Titan’ digicam and lens are milled from strong titanium, a fabric recognized for its sturdiness. The titanium additionally provides the M-A ‘Titan’ set a definite, putting look.
The Leica M-A is a purely mechanical digicam, counting on no energy or knowledge connections. Leica writes that the M-A is ‘the epitome of Leica’s philosophy to focus on the important: a return to images in its purest kind.’ The Leica M-A does not even embody a lightweight meter, not like the Leica MP. The particular version model contains the basic ‘Ernst Leitz Wetzlar’ script on the highest plate.
The matching APO-Summicron-M 50mm F2 ASPH lens, whose exterior parts are constructed utilizing titanium for the ‘Titan’ set, is modeled after the primary 50mm Summicron-M lens, launched in 1956. To take care of the particular aesthetic, the lens’ included spherical lens hood is fabricated from strong titanium.
The Leica M-A ‘Titan’ set does not come low cost. The set is restricted to only 250 models worldwide and can set you again $19,995. The digicam and lens are engraved with special-edition serial numbers, and the set is available in a particular presentation field lined with black silk.
If the thought of a purely mechanical Leica movie digicam is up your alley, however the M-A’ Titan’ is simply too costly, you should buy the Leica M-A in black chrome or silver chrome for $5,965. The Leica M-A works with a large of Leica M lenses, starting from 16mm to 135mm.