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Leica releases limited edition M-A Titan analogue film camera

The camera costs over $27,600 and only 250 units are available worldwide.

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Published: 10 June 2022, 2:39 PM

German camera company Leica unveiled the Leica M-A Titan — its latest analogue camera — on Thursday (Jun 9).

The Leica M-A Titan will be the company’s sixth limited-edition camera with a titanium exterior, following the original release of the Leica M6 TTL Titanium in 2001. 

Priced at US$19,995 (S$27,610) each, only 250 units will be made available.

The camera is fully mechanical and will not have a monitor, exposure metre or battery, making it what Leica calls “a return to photography in its purest form”.

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Leica has paired the M-A Titan with its Summicron-M 50 f/2 ASPH lens, which is milled from solid titanium. To keep up this aesthetic, the lens hood is constructed using titanium as well. 

According to Leica, these titanium elements are 45 per cent lighter and 25 per cent harder than the brass it usually uses.

Additionally, the camera and lens will both feature engravings of their respective special-edition serial numbers. 

Those interested in purchasing the camera in Singapore can find it at select retailers


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