LEGO and photography enthusiasts will be psyched by the latest novelty product from Leica: a LEGO version of the retro photography brand's M camera.

Created by Canadian LEGO designer and builder Chris McVeigh, the kit arrives in two colorways, black or brown, and contains more than 110 pieces. Of course, half of the fun is assembling the piece yourself, but when completed, your LEGO cam will sit at 3 x 2 x 1.25 inches, weighs two ounces, and look nerdy in the best way.

Available for preorder now, the LEGO Leica M replica is retailing for $45 over at Leica Store Miami.

Do you know someone who would love a LEGO Leica M? Let us know in the comments.

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