During the past couple of weeks, I realized one shocking fact: I want a camera which only can shoot monochromatic images. Why? Well, after editing my latest shootings, I almost always preferred the black & white versions of the images. Also, looking through my Flickr photostream, there aren't only more and more black & white images as the time goes on, there are also very few color images where the color actually adds something to the image. An image, so that the thread doesn't look too boring. Now, you probably ask, can't I simply turn my color images into black & white? Yes and no. Yes, it works, and Capture One does a pretty good job at it. But no, I can't, due to multiple reasons. First, it's an additional step for each and every photo I edit, which takes tons of time (turning them to b&w when importing is not a good idea since I don't see how individual colors are converted). Second, my clients expect me to deliver at least some images in color - I feel the only way to not having to discuss with them is being able to tell them that my camera is not able to shoot color images (the client is always right, after all, but arguing against the technical possibilities won't get them anywhere). Third, Leica's new Monochrom clearly shows the advantages of black & white only sensors, with images at ISO 12000 with barely any noise. The A7s can do this too, you say? Nope, it can't. Not only does the A7s only have half the resolution of the Leica, it also shows more noise -- and, more importantly, the loss in dynamic range is much more dramatic than with the Leica. Am I alone with this desire? Unfortunately, there are no options out there. Sure, there's the Leica Monochrom, but even the old one, used, is quite a bit above my budget. Also, I'd love to be able to continue using the amazing lenses I've collected over the years. However, the probability that Sony will release an APS-C E-mount camera with a monochromatic sensor are ... nonexistent, I guess.