Friday, March 23, 2012

Leica's M9-P to be offered in unicorn-guise, $31,770 and Japan-only

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Currently drowning in more cash than sense? Do you also call the land of the rising sun home? Excellent, as we've found the perfect camera just for you: the elusive white variant of Leica's M9-P. Restricted to only 50 units, the unicorn shooter will go on sale come June for a cool 2,620,000 yen (or around $31,770) -- a hefty premium over the regular (read: black and chrome) permutations which cost $7,995. Granted those pedestrian versions don't come wielding an insane f/0.95 50mm lens out of the box. And if this ridiculous combo is priced out of your league, you could always go after its cheaper, yet also delectable white predecessor -- although we'll hazard you're going to need more than just luck finding it.

Leica's M9-P to be offered in unicorn-guise, $31,770 and Japan-only originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 22 Mar 2012 23:32:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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