It’s quite dificult to form any conclusions about the quality of the sensor or the lens from these gallery shots.
But they do make one point very apparent – monochrome photography is much more difficult than colour. Many of the gallery shots would have worked well in colour, but have failed completely as monochrome images. That’s not a criticism, just an observation 🙂
Potential subjects need a great deal of thought as to whether they respond better to colour or monochrome treatment. Using a mono-only cameras forces the photographer to *see* in monochrome, and therefore generally results in better images than those obtained by converting to mono in post, as an afterthought.