Leica’s D-LUX 6 G Star RAW Edition is For The Sad Fashionista Type

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Leica G Star RAW (1 of 1)ISO 1001-125 sec at f - 22

Leica has been known to put out special editions of cameras often throughout the lifespan of a product. So even though the company’s collaboration with G-Star RAW makes sense, it might still make you want to roll your eyes.

But in other ways, G-Star RAW has actually helped to make the camera better.

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Leica G Star RAW full (1 of 1)ISO 1001-125 sec at f - 22


We reviewed the smooth bodied D-LUX 6 a while ago. One of my personal problems with the camera is the fact that the body needs some sort of textured grippy material. Thankfully, G-Star RAW has added that–so it won’t slip out of your fingers.

The camera also comes with a brown leather bag, a hand strap and a shoulder strap. But if you want to get your hands on one, you’ll need to pony up around $1,325. All that for a small sensor point and shoot camera…

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