Previously, in this ongoing series on luxury compact fixed-lens cameras, I covered the Fujifilm X100F and the Sony RX1R. Today, I’m looking at the Leica Q (also available in titanium gray.) Before we get to the handling and shooting experience of the Leica Q, let’s see if this camera fits the criteria. Is it luxury? Well, it’s a Leica, so if it wasn’t a luxury item, they’d have to reconsider their whole raison d’être. Not surprisingly, the Q is as sophisticated and elegant as most of the Leica line-up. The build quality is first-class—from the graceful curves of the magnesium... Read more
Luca Eandi is KEH Camera's Digital Content Specialist and a board-certified human person. He's served as the official street photographer for "Tokyo Weekender" magazine and he's currently trying to get his first book of photography published on the topic of Japanese illustrated street signs. His cat is somewhat popular on the internet.
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Previously, in this ongoing series on luxury compact fixed-lens cameras, I reviewed the Fujifilm X100F—this time around, I’m going to look at the Sony RX1R... Read more
Luxury compact fixed-lens cameras—besides the overtly specific moniker, what’s not to love? This distinctive niche of cameras is a wonderful choice for the prosumer jet-set... Read more