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    The exclusive Leica Q2 Daniel Craig x Greg Williams limited edition available to only 750 features gold accents and diamond-patterned leather.German lens maker Leica is responsible for some of the most stylish (and expensive) compact cameras on the market, including the $ 5,000 Leica Q2, after collaborating with celebrity photographers Daniel Craig and Greg William. This British brand has released a limited edition new Q2 model for sale that adds up the style factor along with the price.

    It’s called the เล่นสล็อต Leica Q2 Daniel Craig x Greg Williams. The camera has the same specs as the original. But there is a special new design with gold accents and diamond-embossed leather. Available now, just 750 units are being produced for an asking price of $ 6,995.As for the spec, the limited edition Leica has a 47-megapixel sensor, a 28mm fixed lens, and the ability to shoot video in 4K UHD 24p just like the original.The Leica Q2, for me, is a camera that’s perfect and doesn’t need improvement,” Craig said, “so having the opportunity to work with the amazing people at Leica and my friend Greg Williams to create something unique is right. Special and honorable

    Williams added Craig’s interest in photography created especially for smooth collaboration.We are bound by our love for Leica on Casino Royale,” Williams says. “Daniel takes beautiful pictures and has great eyes. The Leica Q2 is a complement to me – you have never seen me without anyone. Around the neck, so working with Daniel and the team at Leica on this limited edition was very special.Each special edition camera comes with a Nappa leather strap and a black silk-lined presentation box. Each camera has its name and serial number, respectively, laser-etched under the glass cover of the camera display, as well as the black and gold Leica logo instead of the usual red. Both are first for the brand, aiming for a bolder design.
    You don’t need me to tell you $ 6,995 is a terrible thing to spend on a compact camera. (For comparison, the Sony RX1R II has similar specs and costs thousands less.) But hey, you only live twice, right?

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