Leica 250 GG Reporter + Leica-Motor Mooev

Debuted in 1936, the Leica 250 was soon nicknamed the Reporter for its 1/1000 sec max shutter speed and its ability to shoot 250 frames without a film change. Only 92 of those were equipped with a MOOEV electric motor, which was used for aerial reconnaissance during WWII. This particular example recently went up for auction and was found by Leica to be the last such example to leave the factory in 1948. With matching serial numbers and a top plate engraving revealing its purchaser — the Netherlands' National Aeronautical Laboratory — it is among the rarest of all Leica models, and was purchased for a record-setting amount.

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