Unpacking LEICA MONOCHROM Nadja GUSENBAUER`s NEW CAMERA

A small grey Box develops from the ugly Duck to a Swan

In December Nadja Gusenbauer has got her new LEICA MONOCHROM M246. It is her second Black &White Leica.

It was tremendous feeling unpacking the camera.

Folding up sleeve after sleeve...

the Improvements of the M246

•Faster processor

•Large buffer

•Long battery life

•Higher resolution LCD

•Quieter shutter

•Less shutter lag

•Better high ISO

•Higher Resolution

•Improved Rangefinder design

•Focus Assistent

New Features

•Live View

•Optional Electronic Viewfinder

•Focus Peaking

•Focus Assist

•Video

•Matrix/centre weighted/spot metering modes

•Weather sealing

Unsealing the screen 
M246

Nadja Gusenbauer is an Austrian Professional photographer specialized in Black & White Photography. One of her Workshops is held in Vienna.

THE NEXT LEVEL

Digital black-and-white photography with the M Monochrom

The high standards of the world’s first digital black-and-white camera are carried forward into the next generation – and exceeded.

A PASSION FOR PICTURE QUALITY. BLACK AND WHITE.

Even the Details of the Packaging are worth seeing

Box by Box

As the Leica M Monochrom has no need for a colour filter, there’s also no need to calculate luminance values by interpolation. The result: black-and-white pictures with unrivalled sharpness – even when shooting in low light.

The new MONOCHROM meets her older Sister!

Nadja Gusenbauer is an Vienna based professional Photographer and the CEO of the LIK AKADEMIE FÜR FOTO UND DESIGN AUSTRIA

All Pictures tanken by Eric Berger

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Eric Berger
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All Rights Reserved 2015 by Eric Berger

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