A Review of the Leica Q2 Camera

A compact camera with a fixed lens designed specifically for its sensor can be a fantastic tool for things like street photography, documentary work, or simply your daily walk. One of the top options in this category is the Leica Q2, and this awesome video review discusses the camera and the sort of experience and performance you can expect from it in practice. 

Coming to you from Justin Mott, this great video review takes a look at the Leica Q2. The Q2 is a compact but powerful fixed lens camera that comes with a variety of useful features, including:

  • 47.3-megapixel full frame sensor 
  • Maestro II Processor
  • 13 stops of dynamic range
  • ISO range of 50-50,000
  • 10 fps continuous burst speed
  • 49-area autofocus system
  • Simulated 35mm, 50mm, and 75mm fields of view
  • 4K video at up to 30 fps and 1080p at up to 120 fps
  • 28mm f/1.7 fixed lens
  • Three aspherical elements for reduced distortion and increased sharpness
  • Macro capabilities at up to 6.7 inches away
  • Optical image stabilization
  • 3.68-megapixel OLED EVF
  • 3-inch, 1.04-million-dot LCD touchscreen
  • Magnesium alloy body with moisture-sealing
  • Flash sync up to 1/500 sec
  • One UHS-II SD slot
  • Built-in Wi-Fi

Altogether, the Q2 looks like quite a powerful camera. Check out the video above for Mott's full thoughts.

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Lee Keene's picture

I loved Nam, 1967-1968, yes I survived the TET OFFENSIVE.
So beautiful.
My plan was, when we won the war, I was going to work for Coke.
I enjoyed selling cameras in Charlotte NC; was a service writer for EPOI/Nikon and Minolta in Illinois

Being retired, big money is hard to geT, so Leicais out of my range I can attest that my Leicaflex SL WAS my favorite camera.

Now I'm working in 6x6 with used Bronica S2, mine was lost/stollen during TET.