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See the general discussion of monochrome sensor vs color sensor in Monochrome Potential, thoughts vs Leica MM246 (Dolls).
This page shows color images from the Canon 5DS R along with monochrome renditions with sizes up to 24 megapixels, which is an exact resolution match to the 24-megapixel Leica M Monochrom Typ 246, along with actual pixels crops.
These are not comparisons, but the image quality speaks for itself—terrific at 24 megapixels which minimal digital artifacts. But with the Canon 5DS R, one gets a color image and the endless and powerful conversion options for monochrome also.
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