• Kaisern Chen

The Q2 Factor

Updated: Apr 8

Leica is a German company - they are well organized and committed to their crafts and quality products, and also somewhat predictable. It is also a rather small company as far as the photographic industry is concerned. So the logic goes that in the adaptation of a new sensor - goes with the model that is more affordable to carry volume and more electronic-integration for optimization for such high-resolution sensor - as Q2 is presented.


Leica Q2 and Leica M10-D + APO-Summicron-M 50/2 ASPH

Q2 will help build the fundamental volume of the new sensor which will be adopted by the SL system next and ultimately the "Messucher" M System.

Q and Q2 closely resemble the look and size of the M camera, so the camera carries the brand look of the classic - the flagship system of Leica and also makes it easy as a second camera to shoot side by side with M camera, as I do.


Q2 weights 734g is roughly equal to the combined weight of a Leica Summilux-M 28/1.4 ASPH (440g) and a Leica Summilux-M 35/1.4 ASPH (320g) - an excellent combination to complement the M camera with added 4K video as a bonus and costs much less. The 35mm crop would reduce the JPEG resolution but not effect DNG and will still produce equivalence of 30MP (6704X4472 pixels) file - still 25% more than the full resolution of the existing M10 cameras.


Q also serves as an entry model to full-frame Leica and probably, at the moment, the best high-end travel and photojournalism camera.


The Q2 is of course not the replacement of the classic M. The M system architecture allows the use of modern EVF to accept lenses with technical movements, for example, the Schneider - Kreuznach PC-Super-Angulon 2.8/28 on M10 through R-Adapter M and the Macro-Elmar-M 90/4 with Macro-Adapter-M on Leica M10-D, among many possibilities. The classic all mechanical M mount is an engineering beauty but cannot defy its age. The ability of backward compatible to a sea of legacy lenses and accepts the state-of-the-art lenses of modern time is the strength of contemporary full-electronic-mount with a short flange distance which is probably something the engineers at Leica have to work out to liberate the M system to the higher potential of coming future.


Leica M10 with Schneider-Kreuznach PC-SUPER-ANGULON 2.8/28 + R-Adapter M and Leica Q2 and Leica M10-D with Macro-Elmar-M 90/4 + Macro-Adapter-M

The Leica SL is a proven example that Leica understands what meant to professional photographers and the direction of digital photography moves toward to. The L-Mount Alliance will likely better prepare Leica for the unavoidable revolution the M system desperately needed.


Leica Q2 and Leica M10 with Summilux-M 28/1.4 ASPH

The benefit of an electronic system is the ability to miniaturize, accuracy, speed, efficiency and wireless communication - while depends on a power supply, so is the civilization. The Q2 resembles the look and size of an M camera is a result of a design decision than of engineering limitation. The human factor is one and to host a comfortable size of rear screen another. The Q2 is roughly the size of a Leica M10 mounted with Summilux-M 28/1.4 ASPH. The Summilux 28/1.7 ASPH on Q2 is slightly bulkier and a tab shorter physically than the faster and pure mechanical Summilux-M 28/1.4 ASPH on M10 which hints that Leica is technically capable of producing a series of F/1.7 autofocus lenses to fit the size of a modern M in the same chassis with M mount with electronic contacts while still accepts legacy mechanical M lenses. The in-camera image stabilizer is also becoming indispensable with sensor resolution north of 30MP, subjective of course, for cameras primarily shoot hand-held.


Leica Q2 next to Leica 10-D mounted with Summilux-M 28/1.4 ASPH

Change is inevitable and resists to evolve is not a good policy. Image sensor development is on the run itself to cover all needs and applications, and it will only go higher and faster because that is what brilliant designers and engineers in the laboratories do and manufacturers are likely to profit from what's next than what's past. Eventually, limitations hit, and that is time for future technology.



Extra Note :


The Q2 is, of course, a fantastic camera and a worthy upgrade if one is already using Leica Q, I would, and I did. The new battery BP-SCL4 with a capacity of 1,860mAh has a CIPA rating of 370 exposures, but my own test suggests that it is probably good for 1,500 exposures - base on I shot 1,255 captures (107.74GB) on my SONY G SDHC 128G UHS-II card on Q2 in 28-30 degree C ambient temperature with 1/4 capacity remaining on single charge battery. A spare battery is always a better option although I assumed most users would find one cell plentily enough.



The new interface is simple and easy to navigate especially for users with digital backs experiences and of course, the existing Q user. The initial set up requires just a couple of minutes and switching modes or adjustments during shooting are easy and fast.



My Q2 Image diary:


March 2019


Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019. Leica Q2 28mm 1/80s, f/1.7, ISO 100 Aperture Priority

Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019. Leica Q2 28mm 1/30s, f/2.0, ISO 125 Aperture Priority

Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019. Leica Q2 28mm 1/30s, f/2.5, ISO 160 Aperture Priority

Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019. Leica Q2 28mm 1/30s, f/1.7, ISO 1250 Aperture Priority

Out of focus rendering "Bokeh" character - cropped from image above

Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019. Leica Q2 28mm 1/15s, f/1.7, ISO 2000 Aperture Priority

Sara Maricevic with Leica Q2, March 16, 2019 Leica M10-D APO-Summicron-M 50/2 ASPH 1/60s, f/4.5, ISO 2000

28mm focal length has become more popular as the contemporary choice for portraiture has much to do with the smartphone, which accounts the bulk of portraits took and appeared on social media every day. Leica Q2 as a 24X36mm format solid-state camera with a rather fast initial aperture of Summilux 28/1.7 ASPH lens give extra flexibility than those found on smartphones. The aspherical lens design allows the image with better correction, especially in close-range portraits and flexibility in depth of field control for the better balance of surroundings and subject isolation with nature rendering.



Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019, Leica Q2 28mm, 1/40s, f/2.5, ISO 100, Aperture Priority

Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019, Leica Q2 28mm, 1/15s, f/1.7, ISO 2000, Aperture Priority

Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019, Leica Q2 28mm, 1/30s, f/2.8, ISO 200, Aperture Priority

Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019, Leica Q2 28mm, 1/30s, f/3.2, ISO 320, Aperture Priority


Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019, Leica Q2 28mm, 1/30s, f/3.2, ISO 400, Aperture Priority


Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019, Leica Q2 28mm, 1/30s, f/3.2, ISO 400, Aperture Priority


Sara Maricevic, March 16, 2019, Leica Q2 28mm, 1/30s, f/3.5, ISO 1000, Aperture Priority


Sara Maricevic with Leica Q2, March 16, 2019, shot with Leica M10-D APO-Summicron-M 35/2 ASPH 1/60s, f/4.5, ISO 1600 Aperture Priority

Leica Q2 is the result of a well-balanced design and engineering executions and a very competitive photography tool. The simplicity and elegance of Leica Q2 are what I preferred a camera to be as an industrial designer, and intuitive layout of essential controls allows me to shoot as naturally as I am a photographer want a camera to be, understand that there is no perfect camera.


Leica Q2 is not a bespoke camera, so it is no surprise that some may prefer one feature over another. My image blog is not so much about camera review but more of a personal image journal, although I cannot help to get into gear discussion as an industrial designer, I care about what the camera can deliver than what I dislike about it.


The half camera jacket featured in the image is the one I sometimes use when I find an integrated handgrip and Arca-Swiss type dovetail bottom plate for the situation requires agility or quick engagement and release with accessories using Arca-Swiss type clamp. I must admit the design of the half jacket is not appealing and poorly finish, but it is useful and affordable.





Q2 with RRS TFA-01 pocket tripod & BPC-16 Panning Micro Ball

I don't usually endorse accessory but this is a recommended combination - the original Really Right Stuff TFA-01 solid Aluminum pocket tripod with BPC-16 Panning Micron Ball https://www.reallyrightstuff.com/BPC-16 , now I don't go on a trip without it. The LIM's case for Q2 is only useful when I need the Q2 on tripod. As I designer I think the LIM's case looks clumsy, like a design that is half-finished, and poorly finished using poor quality material - but it servies its purpose for Q2 to stay on a tripod, and it is not expesnive. The Q2 inside the LIM's half-case looks like a Korean camera. Not that I don't like Korean camera, but I prefer the look and feel of a German camera.


June 2019


Kanjana Chaiwatanachai, June 3, 2019, Lhong 1919, Bangkok - Leica Q2 1/50s f/5.6. ISO 800 Aperture Priority

Leopard in the alley, June 3, 2019, Lhong 1919, Bangkok - Leica Q2 1/50s, f/10. ISO 400 Aperture Priority

Kanjana Chaiwatanachai at The Iron Fairies, Bangkok, June 9, 2019 - Leica Q2 1/4s, f/2.0 ISO 1600 Manual


The fast sequential shooting capability of Q2, up to 10 fps, also makes it an ideal tool for quality HDR landscape (5 exposures on graduations of +/- 3EV), a very appealing tool for fine art landscape photography in a travel-friendly package.


The exceptionally bright Summilux lens on Q2 accepts 49mm accessories which makes it a rather compact and versatile travel landscape camera coupled with Lee Seven5 filter system which I use, as on the picture below. The compact and powerful travel clamp system from Really Right Stuff is one of my travel necessity for photography.


Leica Q2 mounted with Lee Seven5 Filter System & RRS Travel Clamp


Pang Khanittha at CS Pattani, Pattani, Thailand. June 14, 2019. Leica Q2 f/2.8 1/50s ISO 640 Aperture Priority

Boiling fishes ahead of sun dry process, Pattani, Thailand June 15, 2019 Leica Q2 f/7.1 1/160s ISO 125 Manual Metering


On board Train #32 from Hatyai on my way back to Bangkok with Q2 and my M10-D mounted with Carl Zeiss C-Sonnar 50/1.5 ZM and three wide Summilux-M lenses : Summilux-M 21/1.4 ASPH, Summilux-M 24/1.4 ASPH FLE and Summilux-M 28/1.4 ASPH.






Twin girl babies of 2 months old visiting the local 7-Eleven store at Soi Ruamrudee, Bangkok

Twin girl babies, Bangkok. June 18, 2019. Leica Q2 f/3.2 1/50s ISO 200 Aperture Priority

June 30, Bang Sue Station, Bangkok


The fast and high precision autofocus the Q2 is capable of, and its image stabilizer makes Q2 the ideal choice for the portrait of the family sleep in the moving overnight train from Yala on approaching their destination - Bangkok Railway Station. The Summilux 28/1.7 stopped down to f/8 to allow enough depth of field for this shot.



The arrival and departure, Bang Sue Station, Bangkok, Thailand Leica Q2 28mm f/4.0 1/125s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

Family on overnight train #170 from Yala on approaching Bangkok Station June 30, 2019 Leica Q2 f/8.0 1/25s ISO 200 Aperture Priority

On the moving train #170 from Yala on approaching Bangkok Station June 30, 2019 Leica Q2 f/4.0 1/25s ISO 320 Aperture Priority

Smiling faces on the moving train #170, Bangkok, Thailand June 30, 2019 Leica Q2 f/4.0 1/200s ISO 100 Aperture Priority


July 2019


Wat Tri Thotsathep - restoration in progress - I have the Q2 with me when I run the test of my new GFX100 to see how the new 102MP sensor on GFX100 to handle the detail and delicate color transitions in dark and light conditions inside the royal temple. There is little doubt that GFX100 would produce a better result, as it should be, but the Q2 file is nothing less than sensational. The image stabilizer in Q2 enabled hand-held shot to about 1/4s with reasonable success rate, making it a powerful documentary tool. However, to get the maximum sharpness I chose to set higher ISO to get the lens stopped down to f/5.6 to cover enough depth of field and shutter speed to 1/60s to eliminate any motion blur of the human subject in this picture.


Wat Tri Thotsathep - restoration in progress. Kanjana Chaiwatanachai stood at door step working on her sketch of the mural painting details while the mural painters on the platform working on their restoration. Bangkok, Thailand July 2, 2019 Leica Q2 f/5.6 1/60s ISO 500 Manual

Testing the Fujifilm GFX100 + Techart FE-GFX adapter + Canon TS-E 17/4L, shot with Leica Q2 f/3.5 1/50s ISO 400 Aperture Priority

Wat Tri Thotsathep Worawihan - restoration in progress - mural painter at work, Bangkok, Thailand July 4, 2019 Leica Q2 f/5.0 1/40s ISO 320. Manual


July 5, 2019 - Liza Kaylee at Bangkok Railway Station


Liza Kaylee, Bangkok Railway Station, Thailand July 5, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/2.0. 1/50s ISO 640 Aperture Priority


July 7, 2019 - Wat Borom Niwat - my small project to documenting some unusual mural painting in Thai temples continues. The mastermind behind the mural painting in Wat Borom Niwat, Khrua In Khong https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khrua_In_Khong?fbclid=IwAR2avxyeWpLXp5RkyAy1enspv3iP-EiErq98J8tPUFtFo06JyKjdG3iLtM8 carried out a masterpiece in this temple, under King Rama IV's (Mongkut) desire, to modernize Thailand to survive the Western colonialist aspiration. The result presented is not entirely Buddhism but also a historical record of political events and social conditions during the reign of King Tama III.


Wat Borom Niwat, Bangkok, Thailand July 7, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.2 1/50s ISO 800 Aperture Priority

Kanjana Chaiwatanachai, Wat Borom Niwat, Bangkok, Thailand July 7, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/4.0 1/8s ISO 400 Manual

Kanjana Chaiwatanachai with Leica Q2 - Wat Borom Niwat, Bangkok, Thailand July 7, 2019 image shot with Leica M10-D + Summilux-M 21/1.4 ASPH



July 14 - On filing set at Lhong 1919 - Bangkok, Thailand


Organ Watcharapolmek, Thai model actress, Bangkok, Thailand July 14, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/4.0 1/50s ISO 125 Aperture Priority

Organ Watcharapolmek, Tha model actress, Bangkok, Thailand Jul 14, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/2.0 1/50s ISO 320 Aperture Priority



July 17, 2019 - Daria Kirillova at the Bangkok Railway Station


Daria Kirillova, from a corner at the Bangkok Railway Station, Thailand July 17, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.2 1/50s ISO 640 Aperture Priority


August 2019


Wat Tri Thotsathep - restoration in progress


Wat Tri Thotsathep - restoration in progress, mural painters at work, August 9, 2019 Bangkok, Thailand Leica Q2 28mm f/4.0 1/30s ISO 100 Manual

Wat Borom Niwat, Bangkok, Thailand - my wife Kanjana Chaiwatanachai was was documenting the painting detail on her sketch book, August 9, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/4.0 1/50s ISO 640 Aperture Priority

Kanjana Chaiwatanachai at the world premiere of Italian Renaissance multimedia exhibition at RCB Galleria, Bangkok, August 10, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/1.7 1/4s ISO 100 Manual

Kanjana C. at the Italian Renaissance immersive multimedia exhibition at RCB Galleria - this multimedia exhibition featuring four of the world’s greatest masters da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Botticelli whose influence, which started in the Italian Renaissance era, has continued to inspire to this very day. In this exhibition, the visitor is transported back to one of the most important periods of transformation and scientific awakening. 


Q2 exhibited its superiority in managing the autofocus in rapid changing lighting situation from the multimedia projector, and the highly responsive EVF allows me to view in realtime to press the shutter to get the shot. Technically it is possible to shoot with my Leica M10, but I will risk to get a blurred image at 1/4s shutter speed and more difficult to see all the details - Kanjana and her shadow, my shadow and the projected images from the optical/mechanical viewfinder.


Kanjana Chaiwatanachai at the world premiere of Italian Renaissance multimedia exhibition at RCB Galleria, Bangkok, August 10, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/1.8 1/15s ISO 500 Manual

Anastasia Maslova with Leica Q2, at the Bangkok Railway Station, August 17, 2019 Leica M10-D + Summilux-M 50/1.4 ASPH f/4.0 1/45s ISO 800

Anastasia Maslova with Leica Q2, at the Bangkok Railway Station, August 17, 2019 Leica M10-D + Summilux-M 50/1.4 ASPH f/5.6 1/45s ISO 800

Anastasia Maslova, at the Bangkok Railway Station, August 17, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.5 1/50s ISO 400. Aperture Priority

August 2019


Hua Lumphong Train Station, Bangkok, Thailand September 18, 2019 Leica Q2 f/2.2 1/125s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

Hua Lumphong Train Station, Bangkok, Thailand September 21, 2019 Leica Q2 f/2.5 1/320s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

Sabrina Baycroft from a corner at the Bangkok Railway Station, Thailand September 21, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.5 1/50s ISO 3,200 Aperture Priority

Sabrina Baycroft behind (Leica Q2) and in front of camera from a corner at the Bangkok Railway Station September 21, 2019 shot with SONY A7R IV + Zeiss Distagon T FE 35/1.4 ZA - shot while testing my new SONY A7R IV

September 28, 2019 The Bangkok Railway Station

Anastasiia Burdak, the Bangkok Railway Station Leica Q2 f/2.2 1/25s ISO 100 Manual

October 2, 2019 The Bangkok Railway Station

Daria Kirillova, from a corner at the Bangkok Railway Station, Thailand October 2, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/2.8 1/50s ISO 125 Aperture Priority

Daria Kirillova, from a corner at the Bangkok Railway Station, Thailand October 2, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/2.8 1/50s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

November 10, 2019


Return to the Bangkok Railway Station with the lovely Ukranian model Julia Shylo


Julia Shylo, the Bangkok Railway Station, November 10, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm 1/50s f/2.0 ISO 500 Aperture Priority


November 22 - The Bangkok Railway Station


tranquillity amidst chaos, from a corner at the Bangkok Railway Station. Thailand November 22, 2019 Leica Q2 f/2.8 1/50s. ISO 200 Aperture Priority


November 24, 2019 Ayutthaya, Thailand


a tourist at the Sala Ayutthaya, Ayutthaya, Thailand November 24, 2019 Leica Q2 f/8 1/160s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

November 29 - December 10 Russia


the ferry crossing the Volga River in early winter, Tutayev, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia November 30, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/5.6 1/50s. ISO 125. Aperture Priority

early winter, Levoberezhnoye, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia November 30, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/8 1/50s ISO 160 Aperture Priority

Levoberezhnoye, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia November 30, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/8 1/50s ISO 640 Aperture Priority

from an alternative angle, Levoberezhnoye, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia November 30, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/8 1/50s ISO 800 Aperture Priority

Levoberezhnoye, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia November 30, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/8 1/50s ISO 200 Aperture Priority

Levoberezhnoye, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia November 30, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/8 1/50s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

fisherman on the frozen Rybinsk Reservoir, Kremenevskoye, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia December 1, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/8 1/50s ISO 160 Aperture Priority

The fisherman on the frozen lake, Kremenevskoye, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia December 1, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/7.1 1/50s ISO 160 Aperture Priority

looking for food, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 1, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/1.7 1/50s ISO 640 Aperture Priority

to the heroes, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 2, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.2 1/100s. ISO 100 Aperture Priority

Sergei, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 2, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/8 1/50s ISO 6400 Aperture Priority

early winter evening, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 2, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/1.7 1/50s. ISO 2000 Aperture Priority

restoration worker, Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 3, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/6.3 1/50s ISO 640 Aperture Priority

Yury on the frozen Lake Siverskoye in front of Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 3, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm. f/5.6 1/60s ISO 320 Aperture Priority

early winter days, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 3, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/4 1/250s ISO 1,600 manual exposure

Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery stands behind the frozen Lake Siverskoye, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 3, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm. f/8 1/50s ISO 1,600 Aperture Priority

Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery stands behind the frozen Lake Siverskoye, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 3, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm. f/8 1/50s ISO 2,000 Aperture Priority


the camera family of the trip - Leica M10-D + Summilux-M 21/1.4 ASPH. - Leica SL2 + Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90/2.8-4 ASPH & Leica Q2 December 3, 2019 Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia

The road ahead, Goritsa Village, Kirillov, Vologda Oblast, Russia December 4, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/7.1 1/50s ISO 160 Aperture Priority

Storage room, Babino, Myshkinsky district, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia December 5, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/5.6 1/50s ISO 125 Aperture Priority

after school, Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia December 5, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/2.2 1/50s ISO 1,000 Aperture Priority

Transfiguration Cathedral, Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia December 5, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/1.8 1/15s ISO 2,500 Aperture Priority

December 25, 2019 Bangkok


Kanjana Chaiwatanachai, Central Embassy Bangkok, Thailand December 25, 2019 Leica Q2 28mm f/4 1/50s ISO 160 Aperture Priority

Year 2020


January 3-5 Bangkok - Nakhon Si Thammarat - Songkhla - Phatthalung


the local elderly, Ban Talay Noi, Phatthalung, Thailand January 4, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/5.6 1/50s ISO 320 Aperture Priority

the local elderly, Ban Talay Noi, Phatthalung, Thailand January 4, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/5.6 1/50s ISO 200 Aperture Priority

the local elderly, Ban Talay Noi, Phatthalung, Thailand January 4, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/5.6 1/50s ISO 200 Aperture Priority

Movement of colors, Talay Noi, Phatthalung, Thailand January 5, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/11 1/2s ISO 50. Manual Exposure

Movement of colors, Talay Noi, Phatthalung, Thailand January 5, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/6.3 1/1000s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

Thale Noi, Phatthalung, Thailand January 5, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/5.6 1/1250s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

Te buffalo shephard, Thale Noi, Phatthalung, Thailand January 5, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/6.3 1/800 ISO 100 Aperture Priority


January 8, 2020 around Bangkok


Wat Tri Thotsathep - restoration in progress, mural painters at work, January 8, 2020 Bangkok, Thailand Leica Q2 28mm f/2.5 1/50s ISO 100 Manual

Cat, China Town Bangkok, Thailand January 8, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.5 1/60s ISO 100 Aperture Priority

girl napping in the fresh market, China Town Bangkok, Thailand January 8, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.5 1/50s. ISO 1,000 Aperture Priority

The comfort zone, China Town Bangkok, Thailand January 8, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/4 1/50s ISO 1,600 Aperture Priority

The delivery man, China Town, Bangkok, Thailand January 8, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/3.2 1/50s ISO 250 Aperture Priority

January 28, 2020 The Bangkok Railway Station


The comfort zone, the Bangkok Railway Station, Thailand January 28, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/2 1/50s ISO 125 Aperture Priority

January 30, 2020



the greens at The Babylon Bangkok, Thailand January 30, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/7.1 1/50s ISO 2,500 Aperture Priority

on the street, the talented and kindly M.I. Pawinee Sukhaswasdi Santisiri, Bangkok, Thailand January 30, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/2.8 1/125s ISO 5,000 Manual Exposure

February 2020



Steve McCurry, Hossein Farmani and the Iranian twin, Open House, Central Embassy Bangkok, Thailand February 16, 2020 Leica Q2

Hassan & Hosssein, the twin brothers from Kashan, Iran at The Open House, Central Embassy Bangkok, Thailand February 16, 2020 Leica Q2 28mm f/2.8 1/50s ISO 800 Aperture Priority


At the end of February of a leap year, on February 29, 20202 with Victoria Pacheco at The Bangkok Railway Station


Victoria Pacheco, The Bangkok Railway Station, Thailand February 29, 2020 Leica Q2 f/3.5 1/50s ISO 500 Aperture Priority


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