My favourite camera of all the ones I've had is the Leica Q2 Monochrom, and I've been trying various colour cameras to see if I can work them intuitively (because thinking hurts!) and like the result. Often I've liked results, but not the process. So, the obvious thing would be the colour version of the Q2, but they are expensive. However, Ffordes in Invernesshire sent me a second-hand Q2 at a great price, and I used it for the first time on this morning's walk. It is a breeze to use - couldn't be simpler, and the lens (as with the Q2M) can slip into macro mode - very useful for a fixed-lens camera! I still find colour hard to work with, and remember former member, Julian de Coursey's incredible colour images. But I now have my two dream cameras, and will get to work trying to understand and perhaps one day master colour! Well, you've got to have a dream... Just test shots of different colours. All jpgs from the camera (I forgot to check what the previous owner had set for), but with a little tweaking, mainly lifting Shadows a little.