Marrying a full-frame sensor with a razor-sharp fixed Summilux 28 f/1.7 lens, the Leica Q2 was already the best compact camera on the market. Now it has a B&W-focused sibling. The Q2 Monochrom is the first full-frame compact camera ever to be made with a dedicated monochrome sensor. The brand-new 47-megapixel monochrome sensor is based on the Q2's, but offers even greater sharpness, detail, and dynamic range thanks to its black & white limitations. It can also capture 4K video — even in very low light, thanks to an ISO range of 100-100,000 — and has a matte black, weather-sealed body, OLED viewfinder, and a fast, accurate autofocus system. It won't replace your everyday shooter, but for taking serious B&W shots, there are few better tools available.
Sensor: 47.3-megapixel Full-Frame Monochrome CMOS Sensor / Image Processor: Leica Maestro II / Lens: Summilux 28mm f/1.7 / Focus: Contrast-Detect AF System / Burst: 10.0 fps / Viewfinder: 3.68MP OLED Electronic Viewfinder / Monitor: 3.0" 1.04m-Dot Touchscreen LCD / Video: 4K: 30 or 24 fps, C4K: 24 fps, Full HD: 24, 30, 60 or 120 fps / ISO: 100-100,000 / Body: Aluminum & Magnesium Alloy / Wireless: Built-in Wi-Fi & Bluetooth LE
Width: 5.1" / Height: 3.1" / Depth: 3.6" / Weight: 1.4 lbs.
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