Elegance and class. That is what the James Bond series exudes. Many people wish to have that level of sophistication in their life. Thankfully for them, there is now a way to embody these traits with the new limited-edition Leica Camera 007 Edition.
With the 007 edition, Leica Camera celebrates the release of the 25th Bond adventure. Photos taken with Lecia cameras by Bond producer Michael G. Williams, star Daniel Craig and photographers Nicola Dove and Greg Williams were unveiled at the Leica Gallery exhibition: No Time To Die. The exhibit is now open through Oct. 11 at the Leica Store and Gallery in Los Angeles and will require proof of vaccination or a negative rapid test with masks worn throughout the event. It showcases never before seen images of the film for the first time ever.
Through the capturing of on-set, intimate moments, the gallery gives a sneak peek into the set of No Time to Die until its release next month on Oct. 8. In Bond's newest adventure, he has left active service and is now living a quaint life in Jamaica. However, when his old friend from the CIA asks him for help, he cannot let go of his old ways. The seemingly easy mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist quickly turns treacherous with villains at every turn with new lethal technology.
I am so excited to see No Time To Die with the correlated photos from the set at the Leica Gallery Exhibit. But for those who are looking to take their Bond fanship to a whole other level, look no further.
The 007 Edition cameras are limited edition items with only 250 made. Each has the iconic 007 logo on the deck cap with the famous Bond gun barrel design on the lens cap. A customized case inspired by the film will also come with the camera and is designed by British luxury suitcase brand Globe Trotter. Both camera and case are finished in the same ocean green leather, like in No Time To Die, which turns these cameras into extremely sought-after collector items for Bond fans.