The Leica M240 is a new breed of digital camera from the German masters. As with any new film, this digital camera takes some learning to adapt to the CMOS sensor when Leica have spent so much time developing the CCD sensor. With the latest firmware, 220.127.116.11 (or 11 for updated bodies), the white-balance issues first encountered are much less frequent. The weight and heft of the body is Leica like. The controls are slightly different, but did not take long to get accustomed to, even which switching back and forth with the Monochrom. Probably my favorite aspect of this body is the shutter sound. I no longer cringe when taking a photograph in a quiet environment. More often now, I smile as the sound reminds me of the Leica MP film body’s tiny ‘click’. Properly exposed images are very adaptable in post editing and the black and white JPEG mode has the ability to apply color filters which is a phenomenal update and reminds me of the adaptation Fuji has brought to their X-Series. I have a few gripes, but they are minor.
Here is a partial list of the postings here on the Leica M 240.