It’s no secret that Leica cameras are pricey and that most of us can’t afford one. But hey, we can at least take a consolation prize – and perhaps a wooden Leica is a great one. This wooden camera is a Leica M3 replica, it looks beautiful, each piece is unique, and it will only set you back $89.
We’ve seen some pretty amazing eBay camera gear listings (this is my personal favorite). At the moment, an eBay seller is offering the last Leica M3 camera ever produced. The seller claims that it’s never been used and that it’s in the condition “as it left the factory more than 60 years ago.” And this rare piece of gear will set you back mere $595,000.
You know that film cameras are perfect for storing memories. Now, this Leica M3 tin replica box will store, well, other stuff. This little tin box is made after the iconic Leica M3 and resembles the camera in size and looks (size-wise that means 138mm x 71mm x 77mm).
Only instead of having optics and mechanics, it is completely hollow. That makes the box perfect for storing pencils, general desktop mess, and best of all, film canisters.