After unveiling an $8,000 M10-P camera last month, Leica now introduces a sleek matte black finish for its instant camera, the SOFORT.

Boasting a sleek and miniature square profile, the stealthy appearance is contrasted with white 'SOFORT' branding that is detailed along the sides diagonally. Built with a 60mm lens with f/12.7 maximum aperture, the instant camera can take up to 10 shots before replacing the film cartridge.

On the rear of the device is the viewfinder, along with film compartment and a number of program options to enable like a self timer, double exposure, self-portrait mode, macro mode, action & sport, and more. This new black colorway also joins the SOFORT in its original white and mint variations.

Priced at $299 USD, you can purchase the Leica SOFORT in black at Leica stockists now. For more details on the instant camera, click the bar below.

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