Leica Q2 Monochrom initial review: Digital Photography Review
Product shots: Dan Bracaglia
The Leica Q2 Monochrom is Leica’s latest dedicated black-and-white camera, joining the M Monochrom and the M10 Monochrom manual-focus rangefinders. The Q2 Monochrom has a 47MP sensor that only produces black and white images, a fixed 28mm F1.7 ASPH lens with 17cm (6.7 in) macro mode and a claim of better dynamic range and noise performance compared to the color Q2. The Q2 Monochrom certainly won’t be for everyone, but for dedicated black-and-white shooters there is a lot to love about this camera.
What’s new | Body and handling | First impressions | Sample gallery
ISO 6400 | 1/30 sec | F9
Photo by Jeanette D Moses
47.3 MP CMOS Monochrome Sensor
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