The Leica Q2 camera was launched in March 2019 with a compact design featuring a 47.3 megapixel full frame sensor. Now, the latest rumors suggest that the German imaging brand will soon introduce a monochrome version of the Leica Q2.
Courtesy of Leica Rumors, we know that the company will launch the Leica Q2 Monochrom in the second half of November this year. Previously, it was rumored that the camera would enter the market in 2021. But the report confirms the November release for the Q2 Monochrom camera model. Leica Rumors is a reliable source but let us also tell you that the company has not yet formalized anything.
If Leica Q2 Monochrom arrives, users will only be able to click on black and white images. The Monochrom version of the Leica Q2 will include a black and white sensor similar to the Leica M10 Monochrom camera and will feature a fixed lens system similar to the Leica Q2 camera model.
Leica India introduced the Leica M10-R in July of this year. The company also announced that the Leica M10-R is the latest camera in its M series range. So, it is time for Leica to expand its Q series of cameras by adding Leica Q2 Monochrom.
Speaking of the latest version, Leica M10-R, where “R” stands for resolution, is equipped with a 40 megapixel image sensor. In step with the pixel rush, the new M10-R boasts a whopping 16 million pixels. Leica also claims that the M10-R doesn’t compromise in low light conditions compared to its predecessors. The M10-R camera model is priced at Rs 6.95,000 in India.
Leica could launch the Q2 Monochrom camera model in the second half of November 2020, according to the latest rumors.
- The Leica Q2 camera was launched in March 2019.
- The Leica Q2 Monochrom camera could be launched in November 2020.
- The Leica Q2 Monochrom camera will only click black and white photos.