The document for the perfect auctioned digicamwas onceformerly held by using a Leica 0-series no. 116, which used to beadditionally auctioned at WestLicht at 2012 for 2.16 million Euro. While the Leica 0-series public salechargebegan at 400,000 Euro, it subsequently rose 6 instancesgreater and overtook the 0-series no. 116.
This Saturday at WestLicht thirty second Camera Auction, a non-public collector spent 2.4 million Euro (which is roughly 2.97M USD) on a super-rare Leica 0-series no.122, making it formally the most luxuriousdigicam ever bought at an auction.
There solely exists 25 of these cameras in the whole world, and they are viewedcheck cameras due to the fact they had been produced through Ernst Leitz in 1923, which used to be two years earlier than the first Leica digicamwas once released. WestLicht reviews that out of the 25 present cameras, solely three are believed to be in unique condition, and the digital camera that was oncebought this Saturday is one of them. WestLicht attributes the camera’s hugepublic salecharge its “fantastic authentic condition.”
The motionwas onceused to be held at the WestLicht public saleresidence in Vienna. Leica majority proprietor and chairman of the board Andreas Kaufmann was onceexisting at the public sale as well, seeing the record-breaking sale for himself.