The new Lecia M9-P Hammertone limited-edition camera is being released to celebrate the company's fifth anniversary. The camera has an extremely vintage and retro look with a lustrous sheen finish as well as what appears to be a leather material. This look for the Lecia M9-P Hamertone limited-edition was attained by beating the exterior with a hammer by hand during the early stages of its production.
The camera is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also very functional, boasting some seriously loaded features to snap high-quality photographs. The Lecia M9-P Hammertone features a 35mm size size 18-megapixel lens capable of capturing details beautifully. Only 100 copies of the limited-edition camera were produced and they will be available for purchase sometime in July.
The Lecia M9-P Hammertone Camera is Available To Only 100 Customers
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