Not to be left out of the spirit of Photokina, Lensrentals today announced it's first new camera design: the Lensrentals Looney.
Based on a Sony NEX-7, the Looney specs a 24.3 megapixel APS-C sensor, an ISO range of 100-16000, 0.02 second shutter lag, a 3-inch LCD screen, a built-in EVF, 25 AF points, Sony E and A mount compatibility, and 10fps continuous shooting.
The camera’s name and look pay homage to the fact that Lensrentals' staff howl at the moon. The Italian design (Cicala is Italian, sort of) features handgrips made of real fake leather, and precious carbon polymer gems on various switches and knobs, and a unique lens cap made from the finest recycled wood fibers and hand embossed by a member of the staff.
The Looney is basically a whole series of cameras made to order with different styles and materials. We have some fake green and black leather; yellow, green and blue gemstones, and some gold glitter left over from Drew's sceptor.
Here is your chance to own a unique camera that you won't see at every soccer game. Compared to many recent releases, the Looney is a bargain at only, oh, let's say $4,500. $4,500 sounds good, doesn't it?