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A private collector in Asia just bought her or himself the most expensive camera ever sold at auction, making away with an ultra-rare Leica 0-series no. The auction took place on Saturday at the famed WestLicht auction house in Vienna, where Leica majority owner and chairman of the board Andreas Kaufmann was there to watch the record be set. According to WestLichtthe astronomical price "reflects the camera's fantastic original condition.
An impressive collection of old cameras will be put up for auction on Saturday, Nov. More than cameras, some from the late s, can be bid on in person, by phone or online. The cameras were collected by Edward Kaprelianwho after World War II became an expert on camera and lens technology. In Maythe U.
A collection of vintage Leica cameras are set to go to auction later this year at the WestLicht Photographica Auction. One of the standouts is a Leica 0-series camera. The 0-series model represented in the auction was one of just 25 of the cameras made by the company and has retained much of its original glory, although this particular camera has been fitted with a Galian finder rather than the folding version found on the original typical for these cameras.
Pacific Time. Luis Bohorquez grew up in Los Angeles and was just 10 years old when he got his first Super 8, the popular Kodak camera that brought movie-making to the masses. Bohorquez started his collection during film school, when he became friends with technicians who gave him some of the old movie cameras.
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And the winner for the title of "world's most expensive camera" goes to…Leica. The Leica Series-0 camera is one of only 25 prototypes produced to test the 35mm film market. It is believed to be one of only 12 of these cameras known to still exist.
We hold regular auctions of cameras, photographs and scientific instruments each year. These typically include cameras and lenses by Hasselblad, Leica, Rollei, Zeiss, Nikon, Canon, Pentax, mahogany and brass plate cameras, 19th century images, microscopes, telescopes, navigational and surveying instruments. Experience and knowledge allows us to give you expert and comprehensive advice when selling.