We spy with our eye the Leica Q2 "007 Edition". Credit: Leica

Leica has launched a collector’s version of its Q2 camera to mark the 25th anniversary of spy movie franchise James Bond. Dubbed the Q2 “007 Edition”, only 250 pieces of the limited-edition design have been produced.

Decked out in a green leather body, the gadget sports a 007 logo on its top plate and the famous gun-barrel motif synonymous with the movie on the lens cap. The collectable camera comes with a Globe-Trotter case that’s also dressed in an identical green leather as the one used on the camera. 


The Leica Q2 “007 Edition” is produced in a limited run of 250 pieces.

Along with the release of the Leica Q2 “007 Edition”, the brand’s Raffles City store will showcase a selection of 25 black and white films taken by the crew and cast during the production of the latest film in the franchise, No Time To Die.


The Globe-Trotter case that comes with the Leica Q2 “007 Edition”.

Running from September 10 to October 15, the exhibition includes photographs by producer Michael G. Wilson, leading man Daniel Craig, as well as photographers Nicola Dove and Greg Wiliams.

Each print gives an exclusive peek into the behind-the-scenes during filming across three different countries in Italy, Jamaica and Scotland. 

This article first appeared in The Peak