Olympus EP-2 or FujiFilm X100: Which Photo is Which?

Readers of this blog may know that I recently purchased an Olympus EP-2 with 17mm F/2.8. Today, I got the Fujifilm X100 in for review. Since the two cameras have almost equivalent focal lengths, I decided to do a test between the two. Can you tell which camera took which photo?

photo 1

photo 2

Here’s what I did: set both cameras to Aperture priority, both to F/2.8, both to ISO 400, auto white balance, and focused on the center mango. I tried to approximate each image being as close as possible, but this was also a very quick test. Both were shot in RAW and then imported into the newest edition of Lightroom 3. Then they were exported as JPEGs. The images are full sized and you can compare and contrast each.

The EXIF data for each image has been left intact. No peeking! Can you tell which one is which? Let us know in the comments below.

Update: Photo one was taken with the Fuji X100 and Photo 2 was with the Olympus EP-2. Thanks to everyone for taking a guess!

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.