A photographer is selling his camera for $2.4 million, according to a buyer listing on Realtor.com.

Auction house agent Craig McDaniel said he has a few pieces of the collection.

He said he would like to sell the Leica, which he bought in 2003.

The Leica II, he said, is in fine condition.

He doesn’t have a price on it.

“I think I might be able to get a few more,” he said.

“But I think it’s all going to be worth $1 million.”

I’m not sure where the Leica is, but I do know that the photographer has an outstanding collection of Leica cameras, including some that I don’t have any images of yet,” McDaniel added.

He declined to give a price, saying that the seller is selling them as a family-owned business and does not have a good track record of buying new equipment.”

I love the camera and I’m going to keep it for a long time to come.””

This is my fourth Leica II.

I love the camera and I’m going to keep it for a long time to come.”

McDaniel said the Leica had been in his collection for years.

He sold it in 2008 for $10,000, but it didn’t come close to the price McDaniel paid.

“It’s like a piece of art,” he told ABC News.

“I’m very grateful for the Leica.”

McDavid is part of a small group of buyers who have been snapping up Leica models.

He has been selling them on eBay and has collected about 20.