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Leica M10 Monochrom

Leica M10 Monochrome Noise Discussion

Low noise a goal? See Leica M10 Monochrome Noise Discussion.

Shot at higher ISOs, most Leica M10 Monochrom users will be pleased right up to ISO 6400 even for picky shooters. After all, without a color filter array, a monochrome sensor at the same ISO as a color camera is going to collect more photons, since the light is not attenuated by the color filtration of the R/G/B CFA.

Whether the M10m at ISO 160 is more than one stop better in noise than the M10-R at ISO 100 is debatable; it will depend on the color of the light and subject matter. And the issue is moot for high-ISO shooters.

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