Specs Comparison

Specs Comparison

By observing the table alone, many key camera features are executed far better by the Leica Q2 than the Panasonic Lumix. The Leica Q2 has a better expansion ISO range that ranges between 50-50,000, while the Lumix has a range of 200-25,600. With a higher ISO, more light can enter the camera, allowing faster shutter speeds to work efficiently. With a broader range of ISO, the light that enters the camera can enter various degrees, thus producing far more results. The Leica Q2 provides a weatherproof body and a fixed touchscreen, while the Lumix lacks both features. Waterproof technology for cameras is precious in a society where photographers often want to challenge different environments for a perfect shot. Since the Leica has this waterproof technology, this camera is far more valuable than its competitor. In terms of body and color, the Leica Q2 has a larger body and only comes in monochrome black; however, the Lumix has a smaller body that comes in two colors, silver and black.

Further Specs Comparison

Size Comparison

In terms of specific functions such as the sensor, resolution, and the camera's battery, the Leica Q2 outperforms the Lumix. The Leica Q2 offers a sensor area that is 79% larger than the sensor area of the Lumix. Due to the larger and better functioning sensor, the Leica Q2 can outpreform the Lumix substantially. With 46.7 MP (megapixels), the Leica Q2 exceeds the Lumix's resolution (12.7MP) by an incredible amount. The higher the megapixels, the better the image quality, and with a 27% higher megapixel count, the Leica Q2 can produce far clearer image quality. In terms of battery longevity, the Leica exceeds the Lumix by 70 shots. The Leica Q2 can take up to 370 photos per sitting, while the Lumix can take only 300 shots per sitting.

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