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Canon PowerShot Digital Camera [G7 X Mark II] with Wi-Fi & NFC, LCD Screen, and 1-inch Sensor - Black, 100 - 1066C001
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- The advanced video capabilities of the PowerShot G7 X Mark II camera can capture moments in the quality they deserve
- Features a large 1.0 inch, 20.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor that helps capture high quality images and videos with a wide dynamic range. Autofocus system features tile autofocus and manual focus. Operating temperature is 0 to 40 degrees Celsius. Note charging time varies considerably depending on the remaining battery power
- An aperture value of f/1.8 at the wide angle and f/2.8 when fully zoomed to a factor of 4.2x (24 100 millimeter), this lens equipped to capture a variety of situations with precision
- High resolution, 3.0 inches LCD monitor that tilts up 180 degrees and down 45 degrees is ideal for self portraits and capturing pictures at high and low angles with ease
- Built in WiFi for on the go convenience and the ability to easily post your images to select social networking and media sites
- With the ability to shoot continuously at up to 8 fps, it can help you capture incredible images with nearly no time wasted
- ADJUSTABLE, PACKABLE HOOD | Attached, adjustable hood can be rolled into collar when not in use
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PowerShot G7 X Mark II
Illuminate Your Passion
Stay inspired with the PowerShot G7 X Mark II camera, which combines exhilarating speed and performance with a compact design. Featuring a 1.0-inch sensor, the powerful DIGIC 7 Image Processor, a fast 4.2x Optical Zoom lens and more, it can help capture great images whenever your creativity sparks.
Up to 8 fps Continuous Shooting
Capture the Action
Capture action shots easily with high-speed continuous shooting up to 8.0 fps. Continuous shooting is available in RAW**, JPEG and RAW+JPEG** modes so you can preserve the moment how you want.
Up to 8 fps Continuous Shooting
Tilt and Touch Operation
The high-resolution, 3.0” LCD monitor tilts up 180° and down 45°, ideal for taking pictures at creative angles. Touch-panel operation lets you access various settings on screen with a single touch.
Share Your Passion
Built-in wireless connectivity including Wi-Fi*** and NFC^ allows for on-the-go convenience when you want to share your photos and videos with friends and family and connect to compatible devices easily.
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|Screen Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3.0 inches|
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|Includes External Memory||No||No||No||No||No|
|Item Dimensions||1.65 x 2.40 x 4.15 inches||1.60 x 4.10 x 2.40 inches||1.60 x 4.30 x 2.50 inches||1.20 x 3.90 x 2.30 inches||4.00 x 2.00 x 1.00 inches|
|Item Weight||1.00 lbs||0.82 lbs||0.61 lbs||7.20 ounces||—|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||20.1 megapixels||20.1 megapixels||20.3 megapixels||20.1 megapixels||20.1 megapixels|
|Video Capture Resolution||1080p||2160p||1080p||1080p||1080p|
|Viewfinder Type||flexible LCD||flexible LCD||—||fixed LCD||—|
Stay inspired with the PowerShot G7 X Mark II camera, which combines exhilarating speed and performance with a smart, compact design. It can be ideal for travel, events and anywhere on the go, or as a secondary camera, and features a high-performance 1.0-inch 20.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor as well as a bright f/1.8–2.8 lens to help capture impressive images whenever your creativity sparks, even in low light conditions. The DIGIC 7 Image Processor immediately pays dividends with improved auto focus tracking, enhanced IS and superb image clarity even when shooting with a high ISO. For increased flexibility, the PowerShot G7 X Mark II offers high-speed continuous shooting up to 8 fps in RAW, JPEG and RAW+JPEG modes, and is equipped with Full HD capability, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC and in-camera RAW conversion, giving you everything you need to capture inspiring images and video and share them with ease.
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The picture I have attached is a 15 second exposure with my kids running around with solar lights. This shot is un-edited and was shot in raw. The only thing I did with the picture was transfer it via Wi-Fi to my cell phone using the Canon picture app.
The f1.8 aperture is very sharp at 24MM, though I find that the camera likes to default to f/2, and when shooting manual I need to make a slight adjustment if I want the 1.8. Autofocus is fantastic; virtually seamless in most settings. In low light it takes a second. I also found when trying to manually focus two objects about 2 feet apart on a table (a cup and a candle) that it struggled to focus on the foreground item (hunting) until I corrected by hand.
As far as the image quality goes on this guy, it's tremendous, and if you spend some time learning how to use it, it will replicate a Nikon 5xxx or Canon t series very well, without the bother of a bunch of different lenses. Night shooting is great, and it's very easy to do timelapses and get quality images of the night sky.
The 24-100mm (35mm equivalent) zoom range is fantastic, and you really don't notice the camera stopping down from 1.8 to 2.8 across the zoom. The digital zoom (beyond the 4.2 optical) is also fairly usable for at least the first little bit, though at full digital zoom it is very grainy.
Noise comes in around 1600 ISO, but you can adjust some other settings to deal with that; really you're probably good for most everything until around 2000 ISO.
- Fantastic touch screen that's very responsive. I haven't owned many past cameras that use a touch screen for so many settings, but this guy is able to deal with most everything right on the screen.
- The swivel screen is nice, and I've found myself using the downward tilt for high shots more than I expected.
- Very simple wifi connection to your phone or computer makes getting shots on instagram (or wherever) a breeze.
- Though others have complained about hearing the autofocus sound during video recording, I have not heard it yet. Unless you're in dead silence and need the sound off the camera, I don't think it'd ever be a problem.
- An incredible amount of presets for multiple shooting situations make it so the novice will not need to fiddle with manual settings much (if ever).
- The low light performance on this camera is absurdly good. I'm frankly not sure how they do it. I was sitting in a chair in my living room in what was nearly pitch black, and the camera was able to light the shot to the point that it looked like the room was fully lit. No noise. It's bizarre (and awesome!) how good this thing shoots in low light.
- The weight. So much power in a package you can bring with you just about anywhere.
- Unlike the first edition, with the Mark II you can shoot in the "film quality" 24p, which I tend to enjoy.
- The bokeh is good on this camera for the most part, getting very high quality bokeh/background blur if your foreground and background images are 6 or more feet apart. If you're trying to distinguish between two items closer together, it still works well until about 2 feet apart, but the bokeh is not as creamy or DSLR quality. Within 2 feet, it's hit-or-miss.
- The battery is simply not capable of supporting what this camera can do. They probably needed a battery twice its size, so buy at least one extra battery.
- I might be doing something wrong, but have so far only been able to set the lens ring to adjust aperture or shutter speed. It will not adjust zoom or manual focus as I thought I'd be able to do.
- The touchscreen manual focus is nice, but trying to adjust it without touch focusing is very cumbersome.
- No 4K, but I don't find that to be a huge negative honestly.
Overall, this thing is a beast, and with just a few more tweaks could probably become a full DSLR replacement for just about everyone except full-time professional photographers. If you're doing anything up to and including serious, routine videography, this thing has horsepower and built-in capabilities to do the job. I'll be selling my NIkon D5300 and accompanying lenses and using this as a full-time shooter for a while. I've yet to find any deal-breaking limitation.
Finally, I bought this off Amazon, because it seems to be backordered everywhere. If you have an eBay account, I got mine from "Red Tag Camera", who shipped and delivered to me in two days. They still had six in stock as of Tuesday, so you might want to check there if you want one soon.
I shot with a manual SLR (a Canon FTb) from the early 70's to the late 90's, then I lost interest. I had purchased a 35mm lens and a 135mm lens to compliment the 50mm supplied with the SLR. I also had lots of peripherals; flashes, macro tubes, remote releases, yada, yada, yada. I felt like a pack mule every time I left the house. I found out a few things about a manual SLR: they're heavy; I took 80% of my pictures with the stock 50mm lens; and the picture quality was only good when I had plenty of time to set up the shot. Mostly, the pictures I got were just on the edge of over- or under-exposed, and were often barely in focus.
So, when I decided to get back into photography, I decided to buy a new camera and I wanted that camera to offer: point and shoot for simplest use; good quality pictures so it had to offer a high megapixel rating; a zoom lens that was about the range of my old manual lenses; and light weight so it would be easy to carry around all day.
This camera hit all of these requirements and at a reasonable price. The pictures I'm getting with this point and shoot are far superior to those I got from my old SLR. I just couldn't be happier, though I will admit that a modern dSLR will probably also show a similarly dramatic improvement over the old manual SLR's, but at a much higher price.
1) Buy a high speed memory card, at least 90 MB/sec. Dumping 30 MB of a picture into a memory card takes time, so a fast memory card is a must to get the fastest possible shot rate.
2) Look into the Lensmate filter adapter. This device enables you to attach a UV filter to protect the zoom lens from dirt and water.
3) Buy a spare battery, preferably a Canon (a bit expensive, but worth it). Digital cameras live and die by their batteries, so it makes sense to have a good quality spare when you're out for extended shooting.
4) Buy a decent strap, the wrist strap supplied with the camera really isn't enough. Look at the Peak Design Camera Leash; rugged, flexible, and easy to remove when storing the camera.
If you want the ability to change out lenses, this camera is not for you. But, if you want to take lots of great pictures easily and without the hassle of lugging a lot of equipment around, look into this camera!
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after lot of shortlisting, i ended up with G7Xm2! Amazon delivered it the very next day! this was the fastest delivery ever! and I got it at 4000 discount. The seller is TOTALLY GENUINE
the packaging was perfect & the product was totally safe!
now on the product
pros:- pocket friendly
fast opening and adjustment
shoots up to 50fps and lowers on 25fps
can shoot up to 8 modes
this can be charged with a USB wire and power bank as well!
image size 4mb
zoom is excellent
cons:- no sound input, that means you need to get a wind muff, and separate sound input, you can check out my review video for that, all products are available on amazon
the battery gets drained in 2.5hr of non-stop shooting
you need to buy an extra battery
autofocus takes some time, but selfie focus and shooting needs improvement,
tips this is the best camera for people on the go, people who wants to vlog, instant pictures !!
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I haven't really used it to its full potential just yet and stuck to the Auto mode mostly plus occasionally used other modes on the dial to test its capability. I must say the Auto mode itself is quite impressive and pictures come out great during the day but i must emphasize that night photography is its alma mater. It even beats my Dslr (6 year old fujifilm) in night shots. I just loved it and it made me confidently flick open my camera every time i wanted to capture night scenes. Its quite fast and the moments can be captured without it passing away before you could get it on film.
Loved the nice big touch screen which can be turned towards you to take some good selfies. It can be touched to focus on a particular object but its not the best at that really.
The video is super stable although sound comes out very puny in videos which is kinda disappointing. A few mins of vid on the highest quality does take a big chunk of memory as you'd expect.
Now the focusing is something i didnt quite like as it does take some time to focus and when it does, it fails to capture what you want and is quite timid.
The flash was quite irritating as flipping it open in auto mode wouldnt let the flash work so you had to change the mode on the dial for it to actually function.
All in all, a very good camera if you wana let go of the heavy and chunky DSLR's and replace it with an almost equally capable camera, for let's say a long day of sightseeing or a bit of a bike where carrying heavy loads isnt the best. Also i would always prefer this for night photography over my Dslr.
Otherwise for performance it is a great camera.