Amateur Photographer have one of 100 limited-edition Lecia O replica kit to give away to mark the 125-year anniversary of Leica inventor Oskar Barnack.
The kit features a replica of the original Leica O, a print from a run of 100 test pictures taken by Barnack with his first 35mm camera plus a DVD featuring his previously unpublished films.
The Lecia O is a replica of the Prototype 2 camera, of which only 20 were made back in 1923. One of these were sold at recent sale in Austria reaching an auction price of €336,000 (about £240,000), the highest sum ever raised for a 35mm camera.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is collect the four special tokens which will appear in Amateur Photographer magazine, the first of which appears in this week's edition. Attach them to the entry form also found in this week's magazine and send them to AP to be entered into the prize draw. The winner will be announced after the closing date on 1st February 2008.