Leica has expanded its lineup of monochrome cameras by launching the Leica Q2 Monochrom. As you would possibly have guessed, it shares tons of features with the first Q2 that launched last year.
Leica Q2 Monochrom features a 47.3MP full-frame monochrome CMOS sensor capable of capturing up to 13 stops of sunshine at base ISO 200. The ISO sensitivity ranges from 100 to 100,000 on this camera.
Leica has used a hard and fast Summilux 28 mm f/1.7 prime lens on this one. However, you get three digital zoom modes – 35mm, 50mm, or 75mm. With this lens, the corporate promises to supply optimum picture quality even in difficult lighting conditions.
The Q2 Monochrom comes with an OLED viewfinder with a 3.68MP resolution. The viewfinder activates as soon as you bring it on the brink of the attention with none perceptible delay. At the rear, you furthermore may get a 3-inch TFT LCD monitor screen with touch controls.
As far because the video capabilities are concerned, the camera manages to deliver 4K at 24 or 30 fps, 1080p in 24, 30, 60, and 120fps. Moreover, the corporate claims to possess added an optical shake compensation system also .
Leica says it’s adapted the camera’s menu to suit the special features of the camera. Hence, all color settings for image and video are omitted. within the menu, you’ll see settings for blue, sepia, and selenium color tones.
Leica Q2 Monochrom is priced at $5,995 globally and costs a whopping Rs. 4,11,017 in India excluding GST. the value further increases to Rs. 4,85,000 with GST. Interested ones can buy the camera through Leica’s online store and offline store and it starts shipping from the 20th of November.