14.05.12 by Jeff

$50,000 Leica M9-P Edition Hermès

The Making of the Leica M9-P Hermès Edition Camera
300 Edition Hermès digital rangefinders will ship this summer for $25,000, as well as 100 Série Limitée Jean-Louis Dumas models which will go for $50,000 a pop. I almost think you’re better off not watching this video, it’s just depressing.

Watch the video below (at your own risk)!

The Making of the Leica M9-P Hermès Edition Camera













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • I look forward to the booooooom.com leica/hermes m9-p camera giveaway! ;P

  • camera porn.

  • vishal marapon

    wow wow wee

  • b

    all that work and those cameras will never be used, that’s depressing.

  • Wes

    The absence of a soundtrack was very effective in that video.

  • Conor Buckley

    marketing rubbish, to sit on a shelf. what a waste of time

  • Austin

    my jaw was on the floor during that entire video! if only i was rich 🙁

  • dave h

    want a Leica shirt! (@1:42)
    nicely done video. goes without saying i want one

  • Bruno Coelho

    Leica: “Made in Portugal, Finished in Germany” 🙂

  • akola

    oh my gosh····~! fantastic·····





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Colourful Woven Masks by Designer Bertjan Pot

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A fantastic ongoing project by designer Bertjan Pot. Started in 2010, “Masks” emerged from an attempt to make a carpet out of brightly coloured rope. See more non-carpets below!

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