James Bond has used many cameras across his cinematic adventures, but for personal use, he’d likely carry a Leica.
To celebrate James Bond’s 60th Anniversary, the Leica’s given it’s D-Lux 7 camera an overhaul featuring a rhombus-textured wrap on the camera, handgrip, and wrist strap for secure handling, the 007 logo engraved on the top plate, and the iconic “gun barrel” design rendered in semi-gloss print on the automatic lens cap. The camera also comes with an exclusive leather holster to keep it at the ready, just like 007’s trusty PPK. The camera itself features a 17-megapixel 4/3″ sensor with 4K video recording, a Vario-Summilux f/1.7-2.8, 35mm-equivalent 24-75mm lens, an EVF, and physical controls for shutter speed, aperture, and EV.
It’s the perfect camera to have if you want an everyday carry camera with a bit of history, or an excellent travel camera. But the Leica D-Lux 7 007 Edition is limited to just 1,962 units, corresponding to the 1962 release of the first Bond film, Dr. No.