In short, probably not, but you might find that it’ll tide you over for quite a while, at least. Although many photographers who have honed their craft through the ages with Leica equipment, from 35mm on into the digital era, are now of the opinion that Leica has become something of the Lamborghini of camera equipment (and the $4,250.00 price tag on the Leica Q doesn’t serve to dispute that comparison), there’s still something to be said about this little beauty. There’s nothing better than the simplicity and freedom of carrying one body and one lens, and a fast prime lens at that. The Q offers all this, and at peak performance. With an aesthetically (and ergonomically) simplistic design, its aluminum and magnesium alloy body house a full-frame 24.2MP CMOS sensor paired with a Leica Maestro II processor, and a stunning Summilux 27mm f/1.7 fixed ASPH lens that has the speed and focal length to capture everything that crosses your path. Whether it’s even close to affordable is another question altogether, and has nothing to do with whether or not we want one, which we do, badly.