Launch of special edition Leica M-P ‘grip’ by Rolf Sachs

leica-m-p-grip-by-rolf-sachs_front_cmykWe are very happy to present in collaboration with Leica Camera AG, the new Leica M-P (Typ 240) special edition ‘grip’ by Rolf Sachs, the latest addition to the Leica M-System portfolio.

Our primary goal in designing the camera was driven by a utilitarian approach, seeking a specialist grip material that would respond to the scale of the camera with millimetre precision. Following in-depth research into materials that have strong ‘gripping’ properties and are traditionally applied in other manufacturing industries, we decided on a red ‘ping pong’ rubber, usually used on table tennis bats. This material adds practical tactility to the camera, while simultaneously creating an entirely new haptic experience.

The Leica M-P ‘grip’ by Rolf Sachs set comes in a black case containing the camera, the lens, a Leica SF 40 flash, a thick woven black cotton shoulder strap and some unusual accessories such as a wooden toothbrush to clean the specialist rubber and a natural goat brush “Staubpinsel“ to clean the lens.

An avid user himself, Rolf has established a long-standing, close relationship with Leica Camera AG. This collaboration has brought to fruition the ‘Camera in Motion: from Chur to Tirano’ photographic project, exhibited at the Leica Galleries in Salzburg and Wetzlar in 2015 as well as Sachs’s newly published photography monograph by Kehrer Verlag, Berlin.

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This special edition is limited to only 79 sets for the worldwide market and will be available exclusively at select Leica Stores from early November 2016.

For general enquiries, please contact


Just arrived: The Camera in Motion book with Kehrer Verlag


We are very happy to finally hold the Camera in Motion book in our hands!
The yearlong photographic exploration captures transient impressions of landscape and speed forming a collection of photographs that blur the boundaries between abstract art and landscape photography.
Travelling along the landscape of the UNESCO World Heritage Rhaetian Albula / Bernina Railway line, photographs for Camera in Motion: From Chur to Tirano were taken from a moving train, challenging the viewer to experience this journey in an unexpected way that documents the changing seasons and light in a unique combination of abstraction and photo-realism.



The book features 87 photographs and includes texts by Bill Kouwenhoven and Helen Chislett. It is published by Kehrer Verlag and is available in selected book stores and on Amazon UK, Amazon Germany and others.