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Leica makes D-Lux 4 Safari official


Pictures have been circulating the interweb for ages, but today Leica finally make the existance of the olive green D-Lux 4 Safari official:





7 July 2009: Leica Camera will launch the limited edition LEICA D-LUX 4 SAFARI this Autumn.

From Scotland to South Africa, from London to Lima – the new LEICA D-LUX 4 in Safari Green is the perfect companion for urban, rural or adventure safaris alike. With a slick, anodised aluminium green body, and contrasting chrome lens, this camera not only feels and looks good but also packs a photographic punch.

The LEICA D-LUX line has already received rave reviews, guaranteeing outstanding picture quality each time thanks to a high performance lens and fast image processing.

So what are you waiting for? Book your Autumn trip away and grab a LEICA D-LUX 4 SAFARI whilst you can, the hottest arm accessory in the coolest colour this season. The LEICA D-LUX 4 SAFARI will be a timeless addition to any collection – a limited edition camera that is built to last, look good and perform.

The metal body of the LEICA D-LUX 4 SAFARI is protected by the anodised finish, which is particularly resistant to wear. The camera also comes with a water-proof system case, perfect for the Great Outdoors, with plenty of space for additional D-LUX 4 accessories – such as an optical viewfinder, handgrip or flash unit. It also comes complete with a rain cape designed for photography out in the elements.



LEICA D-LUX 4 SAFARI has an RRP of £765 and is available in the UK from September 2009. For stockist information, please visit www.leica-camera.co.uk



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