Italian exotic carmaker Pagani is, as of this summer, branching out into photography.
The sideline may seem incongruous at first glance, but founder Horacio is apparently interested in design, and took a shine to Italian folding camera specialist Gibellini, a home-grown company with an enthusiast founder.
Gibellini is a young company launched by a young analog firebrand interested enough in 4×5 format shooting to design his own monorail, establish his own dedicated company, and partner up with a mechanical and tool engineering firm. The camera designed in collaboration with Pagani is the GP810HP.
The camera marries the look of monorail photographic hardware with materials commonplace in Pagani builds: carbon fiber, billet aluminum, and even Alcantara. The camera bellows are printed with Pagani arcana.
The GP810HP is, as of now, a limited-production accessory which will only be offered to owners of Pagani cars. One or two must have Ansel Adams dreams.
Pricing starts at $110,000.