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Leica Q2 price rises in Germany

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Squalls ahead - the Q2 will go up by €200 in Germany on September 1. Stand by for more price rises in the autumn.

According to German Leica Dealer Meister Camera, the price of the Q2 will rise by €200 to €4,990 on September 1. There is no indication of similar increases in other countries but it seems likely that this factory rise will percolate through in due course.

Squalls ahead - the Q2 will go up by €200 in Germany on September 1. Stand by for more price rises in the autumn.
Squalls ahead – the Q2 will go up by €200 in Germany on September 1. Stand by for more price rises from other manufacturers in the autumn as the lower pound bites.

The Q2 currently retails in Britain for £4,250, including VAT, but since it is still on backorder it is unclear what policy dealers will adopt. If you have a Q2 on order or are considering getting one you should speak to your Leica dealer as soon as possible.

While this appears to be a straightforward price adjustment, there is likely to be pressure on the price of all imported photographic equipment in the UK because of the recent fall in the value of sterling. I hear that Voigtländer will increase prices later this month. I suspect others will follow, probably in September, so now is a good time to buy.

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