These are some images taken with one of my converted Sony a7(m) cameras. This particular converted model is most comparable to the Leica Monochrome because the sensors are equivalent in physical size and megapixel count. Most of these were shot using either a Nikkor 28mm 1:2.8 or a Nikkor 50mm 1:1.2. All images are RAW files processed in Adobe Lightroom, and converted to JPGs for this website at 6 MP each. If you are interested in playing around with one of these images as a RAW file to get a feel for how the monochrome camera behaves in post production, contact me and I can send you a copy.

  The Sony a7, when converted to monochrome, makes a great full frame camera for B&W photography. This camera is reasonably priced, lending itself as a good choice for conversion while staying within most any budget. When using my conversion services, you can have a full frame, 24 MP B&W monochrome camera at a very reasonable price, considering that the other alternatives can cost much more.