Leica MP Titanium - 39 of 150
The Leica MP Titanium (0.72) camera was introduced in April 2007 to commemorate the 1st anniversary of the opening of Leica Store Ginza in Tokyo, Japan. It was produced exclusively for the Japanese market was never made available for sale anywhere other than the Ginza store in Japan. This is an incredibly rare opportunity to own one of the 150 cameras produced, in this case, number 39 of 150. A signed (by then-CEO of Leica Steven Lee) certificate of authenticity is included.
All exterior metal parts and fittings are made of titanium, similar to the Leica M7 Titanium and the Leica M9 Titan. The camera weighs approximately 90 grams less than a regular MP. Even the special body cap is made from titanium, as is the ISO selector disc on the back of the camera. The Leica MP Titanium is one of the rarest and most beautiful modern M cameras that Leica has ever produced.
Leica Product Code: 10324
Serial Number: 3122166
Edition Number: 39 of 150
This one-owner camera has never been used and is in mint condition. The body has no marks, dents, or scratches. The base plate still has the plastic attached. The plastic does have some marks, so two spare plastic films are included with the camera should the new owner wish to replace it.
Included in this listing: MP Titanium body, titanium body cap, signed certificate of authenticity, Leica Barnack Club card, extra battery cover (slotted), test certificate, warranty card, instruction manuals, leather Leica neck strap, inner presentation box, two spare base plate plastic films, and original outer box.