Leica Q (Typ 116) vs. Canon G1 X Mark II

Leica Q (Typ 116) vs. Canon G1 X Mark II 1Which camera either Leica Q (Typ 116) or Canon G1 X Mark II got more votes throughout their overall specifications? Though, both the cameras equipped with well and impressive specifications. Let’s see the comparison which one would be the fair camera in which we can put our trust and cast vote.

Major Difference

Leica Q (Typ 116) vs. Canon G1 X Mark II Specification Comparison Table.

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Sensor- So, winning goal or your more important moment that you never want to forget can easily be captured with the Leica Q (Typ 116) that offer you to use almost 24 mp of resolution with full frame bigger and heavy sensor and deliver you steel trap sharp images so in case of image clarity Canon G1 X Mark II wouldn’t have done justice as Leica Q (Typ 116) does.

Optical zoom-The optical zoom with 5x the Canon G1 X Mark II helps your eyes to see the bigger form of subjects through which you can have a close look of the subjects and can acquire better images which the fixed lens of the Leica Q (Typ 116) can’t provide you.

Aperture range The larger aperture of Leica Q give you freedom to use your shutter speed more faster because the work of wide aperture is to allow more light on the layer of the sensor. The other benefit is that it also can give a natural and heart relief Bokeh or out of focus images and on the other hand the aperture range of the Canon G1 X Mark II is a bit smaller in comparison to Leica Q.

Image stabilizationThe unwanted camera shake can easily be corrected by the implementation of image stabilization system within the Canon G1 X Mark II through which blur free images can easily be achieved but no image stabilization has been included in the specifications of the Leica Q.

AF points- We’ll give more credit to the AF points of Canon G1 X Mark II that is 31 autofocus points along with contrast detect sensor. However, Leica Q also used contrast detect sensor but not revealed the exact AF points so it is better to say you can get quick and accurate focus by using Canon G1 X Mark II.

ISO range- The bigger benefits of the Leica Q is the ISO provided by this camera that is 50000 range which makes this camera a better choice for event shooting or allows you to carry wherever you want may be in a big concert where you can snap awesome shots in low light conditions. However due to its compactness it’s easily portable that offers you to move with it every places keeping inside in your pocket. But low quality of ISO range will be available in Canon G1 X Mark II.

Continuous shooting speed- You can enjoy the faster shooting speed to grasp the maximum portion of the subject actions upto 10fps by using Leica Q but of Canon G1 X Mark II can allow you to use 5fps.

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Display– A 3.0″ 1,040k-dot capacitive Touchscreen LCD on the rear sides of the Canon G1 X Mark II that features a tilting design to provide you the benefits of working from 180° upward and 45° downward-to better working high and low angles.

ViewFinder- 100% coverage of the final image can be achieved by using the Leica Q due to EVF whereas no view finder is added to the design of Canon G1 X Mark.

 Verdict: We highly recommend you to buy the Leica Q if you can afford it, the Leica Q offers the fullframe sensor.

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