Leica has announced its latest monochrome camera, the Q2 Monochrom. A variant of the standard Q2 launched last year, the Q2 Monochrom has a specially designed brand new 47.3 megapixel full-frame monochrome sensor.

The new sensor is combined with the same Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. prime lens from the standard Leica Q2. This is a fixed lens, so that does limit flexibility, especially since it’s also a prime lens, although the camera does offer crop modes to zoom into your subject at the loss of some resolution.

The Q2 Monochrom is capable of IS 100,000 thanks to its monochrome sensor….

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