Fujifilm Globe-Trotter X-Pro1 Case Costs just $9,000

| April 19, 2012

Got $9,000 to bake?  That’s what you’ll necessity if you want to score regular one of twelve Fujifilm Globe-Trotter cases.

In joining to housing Fujifilm’s X-Pro1, what one. mind you retails for a whopping $1,700, you’ll also find Harrods exclusive tag and assurance plaque, a flash, filter and the camera’s three lenses (18mm, 35mm and 60mm) and lens hoods.  Each covering is carefully handcrafted using Vulcan Fibre, that was invented in the 1850s through . combining 14 layers of specially bonded drafts, and original Victorian machinery.  Completing its bespoke nature is the manufacturing location, which is Globe-Trotter factory in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire.

Want one?  Hurry, for the reason that they’re presumably already steady sale at Harrods of London, England.


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