Calling all budding photographers with deep pockets: Leica has just announced a limited-edition "Bangkok" camera.

Known for its amazingly high quality and lightweight build, Leica’s rangefinder cameras are considered top of the line for many professional street photographers. Released in 2015, The Leica Q model is the latest full-frame, fixed-lens compact camera that is both stylish and functional.

The Leica Q Bangkok Edition will have the same mechanics as a regular Leica Q, but comes in suave gray leather with matching strap instead of black. There will only be 99 made available at the end of the month, priced at B171,400.

That price covers camera, neck strap, battery, charger and instruction manual. It shoots at 24MP with with 28mm fixed lens (F 1.7), up to 17cm in macro mode and autofocus function. The camera is equipped with touchscreen and Wi-Fi, so you can easy share the photos to other devices.

You can pre-order yours now at one of the three Leica Stores: Gaysorn Plaza (2/F), Siam Paragon (1/F), Siam Discovery (G/F) or call 02-656-1102. Word is they are already running low—order now before it’s too late.