Excerpt: Life is short, I used SLRs/DSLRs for 40 years but I never had a Leica. I had pretty much any Nikon DSLR both in FX & DX format. I do have the 4: 3 format and the Nikon 1 and I like them all but my recent move to Leica should have been done earlier.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: A little about me: I am a professional photographer working in fashion, beauty, product and portraiture. I use an Hasselblad for my work. I have been always fascinated by Leica's look and finally decided to buy one.
Pros: Great Design, Great Resolution, Leica's Film-look Alike, Viefinder
Excerpt: I use this for studio and landscape most. Quality! Quality! Quality! I waited it so long even after I was in the waiting list of BH. For leica, we never ignore its price. But it is worth. Every penny of it.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I traded in a brand-new Nikon D810 with Sigma 50mm f1.4 Art for the M240 with 50mm f1.4 Summilux within the 30-day window of the B&H return policy. Could not be happier of B&H (no problem at all for the return, I could even have my money back; but of course I bought my new camera from them - great...
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Summary: Prior to buying the Monochrom, I had owned the M9, so I was familiar with the Leica rangefinder shooting experience...all of its trials and tribulations...the sheer frustration in learning how to focus, and learning how to work with the rudimentary exposure system (as opposed to trying to deal with...
Summary: Upgraded from the M9-P, took it to Cuba. I used a minimum of ISO 640 and often higher due to the dark streets, etc. Results were oustanding: low noise (easily controllable in Lightroom) even up to ISO 1600. Sharpness, great with the Leica lenses. Worked flawlessly.