Leica Paul Smith edition.

This is a special edition Leica X2 displaying Paul Smith’s distinctive style. VERY exclusive. There are only 1500 each of which are numbered, lovely. The camera boast 16MP  And comes with Adobe®Photoshop® Lightroom (free download option after camera registration).


Lomo Kompakt

This camera was discovered by two students in Vienna, Austria,  The Lomo Kompakt Automat, was at the time produced in Russia. After a bit of experimentation they developed a certain style that acquired for them fans, all over the world. Thus prompting them to make a deal with the manufacturer’s of the camera in St. Petersburg. That was in the nineties. Well it would seem that they or too many people got a bit too excited that they decided to make this latest edition dipped in gold. Anyway this edition is of course limited, only 130 pieces have been made, for the  price of 600 Dollars. If I were wearing a a suit made of the Burberry pattern, with the matching shirt and tie,  in addition to which a hat with said pattern. Sitting in the Hall of mirrors at  the Palace of Versailles, drinking tea, taking pictures of my shoes. Would it be a bit much?

Source: Gizmodo


How about pulling this out of your purse. Strike a pose.

The wooden sliding-box camera was made in Paris in September 1830 by Alphonse Giroux, the brother in law of the inventor of the camera. The camera is signed by Jacques Mande Daguerre to verify that the device is authentic. This will be going on ’sale‘ and is expected to reach up to 700.000,Euro’s.

Source: Slash gear

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10


Sony Ericsson has formally announced the XPERIA X10. Powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and running on Android 1.6 “Cupcake”, the X10 boasts a 4″ WVGA capacitive touch screen display, an 8.1 mega pixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and two flavours of UMTS/HSPA in addition , quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE.

Will be on the German market at the beginning of 2010

Source: Boy genius Report.