If we had cash to burn through, this Nikon Z7 Louis Vuitton edition—24k gold, wrapped in soft bucksin, adorned with the classic LV monogram—would probably be an easy splurge.
Since only the 1% can even consider such luxurious tomfoolery, this camera is only the imagination of photographer Boonlert Rojanaboworn, the operator of Nikon Club Thailand. He photoshopped this faux special edition camera as a joke for his community of camera enthusiasts.
However, there are actual examples of luxurious renditions of different cameras that have come out in past years.
In 1984, Nikon released a 24K gold Nikon FA, producing 2,000 units to commemorate receiving a prestigious camera prize.
In 2014, the luxury gadget company Brikk unveiled a $41,395 24K gold Nikon Df kit.
Just two months later, Nikon unveiled its own gold-adorned version of the Nikon Df, producing 1,600 of the cameras priced around $2,700.