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Leica’s First Ever Red Lens
, / 16 November 2016

After introducing a $15K camera that features a ping pong paddle rubber grip just last month, Leica will drop its first ever red lens which will arrive at stores next month. The accessory is a limited edition version of the company’s APO-Summicron-M 50 mm f/2 ASPH.


The lens is said to include features such as a special anodized finish and the lens will also come with a matching lens cap, all packaged in a lux cowhide case. As is expected, the all-red lens boasts the same specs and features as Leica’s familiar black and grey variations.



This lens will carry a nifty $8.950 price tag on it when it hits stores next month.


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