German camera manufacturer Leica is no stranger to limited editions with a retro flavor. This new unit may be the retro-est, limited-est camera yet. The unit is a collaboration between the company and Parisian luxury goods maker Hermes. The Leica M7 Hermes is an ultra-luxurious camera that features a metal finish, a back finished in silver chrome, matching AUTO and flash settings with the camera’s leather, and the omission of the red Leica logo so as to not conflict with the color array. The units will be available in two colors, orange and a version of green called “etoupe.” Each color will be limited to just 100 units produced, with one camera costing as much as $14,265.