Yesterday, the photographic world sat in awe as news broke of the world’s most expensive camera sale. It happened at the WestLicht Photographica auction in Vienna, coincidentally also the home of Lomography HQ. The prototype 0-series Leica 35mm camera sold for a staggering €2.16 million (or £1.73 million); one of only 25 editions produced for testing in 1923, the world-record camera is thought to be one of only 12 to have survived. Read on for a photo and witness the momentous occasion as it happened!
What a big day in photographic history! Yesterday this Leica 0-Series 35mm camera sold for an amazing €2.16 million at auction. Bidding started at only £243,000 but it soon became apparent that this camera was going to fetch a far higher price. How coincidental that this analogue masterpiece sold in Vienna, the home of Lomography HQ. Click the link below to watch all the excitement of the auction!
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