Leica cameras and lenses certainly aren’t among the cheapest ones in the market – and they’re about to get even more expensive. Starting from 1 April current year, Leica is going to increase prices across nearly an entire range of its gear.
Red Dot Forum shared Leica’s press release with more details. The prices will go up between 2 and 5%, which doesn’t sound like much. But depending on the piece of gear, some items may cost up to $1,000 more. For example, the $1,400 ELPRO-S 180mm close focus adapter will only be $35 more expensive. On the other hand, the entire M10 line will be $700 more expensive, whereas the Leica S3 will cost $1,000 more.
While most items will become more expensive, the price of those recently introduced will remain the same. This includes the APO-Summicron-M 35 f/2.0 ASPH and SL 28mm f/2.0 ASPH lenses, Leica D-Lux 7 Street Kit, and Q2 Daniel Craig x Greg Williams.
All prices will increase starting from 1 April. The only exception is the Leica M-Noctilux 50mm f/1.2, with the price already increased on 15 March. You can check out the entire list with all the old and new prices on Red Dot Forum.
[via Leica Rumors]