RStyga: The moire in A7R and Nikon D610 is shocking, and cannot be removed in post processing. MOIRE IS CATASTROPHIC TO IQ.
Uhhhh... That's what anti-aliasing filters do. They reduce moire by defocusing the image which is annoying if you're shooting a subject that isn't prone to moire. You can fix it in post we do it all the time in TV by blurring the portion of the image that has the issue. And like others have said LR and Capture One can fix it. This is a feature not a fault. You find the same approach in Leicas.
CFynn: I'm sure it is a nice camera, but the reported prices are nearly $8,000 for the camera and $7,200 for the new 50mm f./2.0 lens. Is this a camera for bankers with big bonuses?
Yeah wonder why they built a Leica store in DC? Richest concentration of wealth in the US... Follow the money.
Seems to me like it would have been a better design to engineer a bypass/passthrough to the color array rather than an entirely self-contained camera. It could be a feature you switch on or off. Maybe that's not possible. I just don't see this being much of a profit generator for Leica. I was hoping to see an M10 because I want to make that my first Leica digital but I guess that's for Photokina.