The Leica M camera has been lauded as an excellent release from the well-known camera company, so Leica is releasing a limited-edition version, the M-P Titanium, for the well-heeled camera enthusiasts out there. Only 333 M-P Titanium cameras will be produced, leading critics at The Verge to speculate that the camera will likely cost tens of thousands of dollars.
Though expensive, the M-P Titanium backs the price up with sparkling features. Its hardware includes two gigabytes of buffer memory, a sapphire crystal LCD cover and a 24 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor.
While those specs are the same as the standard Leica M, the limited-edition version will be made from solid titanium (as its name suggests,) which should reduce the total weight by up to three ounces.