The Q2 Monochom is the latest black and white digital camera supplied by Leica and their first that gives autofocus. It builds from the acclaimed customary Q2, sustaining lots of the options in its compact design, viewfinder, dealing with, autofocus, battery and software program. The large distinction being it solely shoots in black and white.
Leica is standard amongst photographers for making cameras that allow precision and inventive freedom because of their plethora of options. The Q2 Monochrom is not any completely different, with its 47-megapixel full body sensor that allows nonetheless photos and 4K video at an ISO vary as much as 100,000. It permits for full handbook management with a simple change between the 2. Having a three.86 megapixel viewfinder, photographers are in a position to view pictures with elevated distinction and depth.
Along with the Leica FOTOS App, the built-in Wi-Fi modules permits for pictures to be immediately uploaded to social media, in addition to enabling distant shutter launch, making it nice match for the trendy photographer.
Sydney-based photographer and Leica ambassador Knox Bertie, identified for his give attention to individuals and their relationship with area, was one of many first to get his arms on the digital camera. His images sit someplace between actuality and fiction, making black and white an excellent match.
“I’ve all the time shot movie. So, utilizing the Q2 Mono is my first expertise capturing a sequence with a digital digital camera. I fell in love with its design immediately and I just like the simplicity and the way stealth it’s on the road.”
The Leica Q2 Monochrom is on the market as we speak from authorised Leica sellers at an RRP of $eight,990.