Leica M Edition 60
We live in an age of excess. Even our devices boast far more functionality than the layman will admit to actually using (or, frankly, knowing how to use). Leica’s M Edition 60 commemorates their original M3, released 60 years ago, by stripping it down to the essentials: it boasts controls for shutter speed, aperture, focus, and ISO sensitivity, and nothing more to distract the photographer from their subject. Its internals, however, are digital — a full-frame 24 megapixel Leica sensor — though without a viewfinder to review shots it still gives off a decidedly analog feel. But with only 600 available worldwide, if you want one you’d better not miss your shot.
Available in October. Read more at Leica – $TBA