Both the Fujifilm X100V and Leica Q2 are advanced fixed prime lens cameras, and they each offer a range of great features and excellent image quality. Which one is right for your work? This great video review takes a look at both.
Coming to you from Samuel Elkins, this excellent video review compares the Fujifilm X100V to the Leica Q2. As much as I generally do not care for fixed prime lens cameras, I was a big fan of the X100V when I spent a day with it, as Fuji's user experience quickly won me over and invigorated my creativity. On the other hand, the Q2 has some notable advantages over the X100V, the most notable being its full frame sensor that also has about twice the resolution of the X100V's sensor, something that can be very worthwhile when shooting with a fixed prime lens that might force you to crop in post. That being said, the Q2 is about quadruple the price of the X100V, something worth considering, especially given the X100V's strong performance and feature set. It is pretty clear, though, that no matter which of the two you pick, you are likely to be happy with the decision; it mostly comes down to your individual needs and preferences. Check out the video above for Elkins' full thoughts on both cameras.
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