LEICA Q vs Fuji X100f at the Oregon Coast

I’ve always felt that Leica Q is Leica’s way to have their own Fuji X100 series – a compact camera with a fixed lens. They are both designed to be personal cameras that fit any bag, yet offer professional image quality. Well, me and my wife have both and love them equally.

The biggest difference is that the Leica is a full frame camera, while Fuji features a smaller crop sensor. The Leica is also wider than the Fuji (28mm lens vs. 35mm). We took both cameras to Oregon Coast, took very similar photos on each, edited all the photos with the same presets (LKO Hood from the 2.0 pack and the LKO Signature from the Fuji pack). Let’s see if you can even spot the difference.

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  1. Adrian says:
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    It’S impossible do distinguish, After you applied such heavy filtering. if you want a fair comparison, use straight of the camera pictures, otherwise you’re higly misleading.
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