There’s something to be said for a brand that remains steadfastly true to itself. Take, for instance, Leica. A German brand that’s been around since 1869, Leica has built a reputation for itself as unparalleled in the photography industry. Most interestingly, they haven’t given up on manual photography just yet. While other brands have turned towards the cloud, Leica has remained, at least in part, unconventionally conventional. That’s why the M-A Titan is such an exciting release. A slick mechanical camera in solid titanium with brass detailing, one could place this device in the 1940’s as well as the 2020’s. It’s an incredibly pleasing experience working with a mechanical camera, and one that Leica notes: there’s no monitor, no exposure meter, and no battery. While it does boast an incredible APO-Summicron-M 50 f/2 ASPH lens, at the heart of it, It’s just you, the camera, and the subject. It’s back to basics with a luxury lean, and there’s something totally appealing about that. Limited to only 250 pieces worldwide, get yours for $19,995 now.
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