46.7 Megapixels, 28mm f/1.7 Fixed-Lens
Leica has announced the Q2 Monochrom, its latest monochrome camera that joins Leica’s black and white heritage along with the M10 Monochrom unveiled earlier this year. It features a high-resolution sensor, a toned-down design, and a macro mode.
Perhaps the most notable thing about the Q2 Monochrom is how visually un-notable it is: Leica’s iconic branding is nowhere to be seen. Only the “MONOCHROM” lettering on the top of the camera shows its heritage, as the red Leica logo is absent for “unobtrusive shooting.”
The Leica Q2 (left) next to the Q2 Monochrom (right)Leica says the menu has been streamlined and adapted even further to the special features of a monochrome camera: all color settings have been omitted and the menu has only been supplemented with settings for…
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