Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II Video Creator Kit - w/ Manfrotto PIXI MINI Tripod, SanDisk 32GB SD Card, and extra Canon Battery Pack
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- 1.0-inch, 20.1 Megapixel* CMOS sensor with Canon's new DIGIC 7 Image Processor helps deliver exceptional image quality even in low light.
- Features a bright f/1.8 (W) - f/2.8 (T), 4.2x (24-100mm), 9-blade iris diaphragm and IS-equipped lens.
- Multi-angle capacitive 3.0" touch panel LCD with a screen resolution of 1.04 million dots and tilt option of 180 Degree up and 45 Degree down.
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The PowerShot G7 X Mark II camera combines exhilarating speed and performance with a smart, compact design. It features a high-performance 1.0-inch 20.1 Megapixel1 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 delivers improved auto focus tracking, enhanced IS and superb image clarity even when shooting with a high ISO. For increased flexibility, the camera offers high-speed continuous shooting up to 8 fps in RAW2, JPEG and RAW+JPEG2 modes, and is equipped with Full HD capability, built-in Wi-Fi3 and NFC4 and in-camera RAW conversion.
20.2 MP1 CMOS Sensor
A 1.0-inch, 20.1 Megapixel1 CMOS sensor helps capture high-quality images and videos. Its wide dynamic range means bright and dark parts are naturally and fully captured. An ISO of up to 12800 (expandable to 25600) delivers low-light photos and videos with minimal noise.
The DIGIC 7 Image Processor helps keep subjects in focus while ensuring high sharpness and minimum noise.
The Canon HS SYSTEM helps take beautiful low-light shots with minimal noise and impressive detail in highlight and shadow areas.
4.2x Optical Zoom Lens
The lens features a bright aperture value of f/1.8 at the wide angle and f/2.8 when fully zoomed to a factor of 4.2x (24–100mm). The 9-blade iris diaphragm helps achieve a beautiful background defocus. Coatings help protect the lenses while suppressing ghosting and flaring.
Intelligent IS helps you capture clear, steady images. It automatically analyzes camera movement and applies the best shake correction method for the shooting situation, with icons clearly marking the image stabilization mode.
The ability to shoot continuously at up to 8 fps helps capture incredible images with nearly no time wasted, whether you’re taking photos of sports, wildlife or the start of any special moment. Offering the flexibility to suit your specific needs, the PowerShot G7 X Mark II can shoot continuously in RAW mode2, JPEG mode and RAW+JPEG mode2. When used with the camera’s built-in RAW conversion, it provides extensive adjustment options for the images you capture.
Tilt-type Touchscreen LCD
The large, high-resolution, 3.0" LCD monitor tilts up 180° and down 45°, ideal for composing self portraits and taking pictures at high and low angles with ease. Capacitive touch-panel operation feels familiar: simply touch to access quick control settings, focus and shutter release right on screen. A resolution of 1.04 million dots makes the virtually glare-free display ultra crisp and clear, so it's easy to compose your shots, choose camera settings and review and share your images.
Full HD 60p
Incredibly realistic 1080p Full HD video is recorded at 60 fps with stereo sound in convenient MP4 format. Video is smooth and richly detailed even when played back on a large-screen HDTV via the camera's HDMI output. The MP4 format's small file size makes it easy to store, download and share. Manual movie mode is also available: adjust Av, Tv, and ISO speed and select focus points by using the touch panel LCD screen either before or during video capture.
Built-in Wi-Fi technology and the Canon Camera Connect app3 help transfer photos and videos to and from compatible devices, upload directly to various web services, shoot remotely and more. Built-in NFC technology4 means direct connection to compatible devices by touching the NFC icon on the camera to the device.
The camera is compatible with Canon's photo and video storage device: Connect Station CS100. Simply tap with NFC to wirelessly transfer photos and videos for easy storage, managing viewing and more.
Picture Style Function
The Picture Style function lets you choose between eight presets that adjust color, contrast and other aspects of the image to help you fine-tune how your picture looks. For example, if you’re taking a photo of a friend, you can use Portrait mode, which keeps the subject in focus while artistically blurring the background. There are eight styles to choose from, plus you can download additional styles and even create your own with the Picture Style Editor.
In-camera RAW Conversion
In-camera RAW conversion lets you adjust multiple aspects of an image after you capture it, without using a computer. You can manually adjust the brightness or let the Auto Light Optimizer analyze the photo and change the levels accordingly. You can also fine-tune the white balance, change the Picture Style and more. Switch between the original and adjusted image to check your work when you’re done, then save the result as a JPEG for later use.
The versatile control ring is a quick and convenient way to manually adjust photos and navigate camera menus. A selection lever lets you switch between step ring and continuous ring movement. Step ring movement makes changing settings, like Picture Styles, aperture or shutter speed, fast and easy. Continuous ring movement lets you smoothly change focus with minimal sound, even while recording movies.
Time-Lapse Movie mode captures an image every few seconds, then combines these multiple images into a single movie. The sun dropping over the horizon, boats navigating a harbor, cars twisting through streets during rush hour can all be compressed in time, while maintaining gorgeous image quality. Movement appears fast, like reality has been accelerated. Intervals of 1- to 30-seconds between photos are available.
By using a slow shutter speed and Canon’s advanced image stabilization, the PowerShot G7 X Mark II camera’s Panning mode can help you capture fast-moving subjects in an artistic and striking fashion. Athletes, cars, trains and more can be kept in focus while the background is smoothly blurred, creating an intense appearance of motion.
1 Image processing may cause a decrease in the number of pixels.
2 UHS-I compatible 16GB card based on Canon’s testing standards. The number of shots can vary according to the subject and brand of card, etc.
3 Compatible with iOS versions 9.3/10.3, Android smartphone and tablet versions 4.4/5.0/5.1/6.0/7.0/7.1. Data charges may apply with the download of the free Canon Camera Connect app. This app helps enable you to upload images to social media services. Please note that image files may contain personally identifiable information that may implicate privacy laws. Canon disclaims and has no responsibility for your use of such images. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this app.
4 Compatible with Android smartphone and tablet versions 4.4/5.0/5.1/6.0/7.0/7.1.
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Display Fixture Type||tilting|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1004000|
|Display Size||3 inches|
|External Memory Included||No|
|Flash Memory Type||SDXC;;;|
|Image Aspect Ratio||unknown_aspect_ratio|
|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 4.2 x 1.7 inches|
|Item Weight||0.71 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||4.5 Watt Hours|
|Lithium Battery Voltage||100 Volts|
|Lithium Battery Weight||25 grams|
|Maximum Focal Length||100 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||20.1 MP|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CMOS|
|Photo Sensor Technology||CMOS|
|Shipping Weight||2.6 pounds|
|Style Name||Video Creator Kit|
|Supported Battery Types||Canon NB-13L|
|Video Capture Resolution||1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, 640 x 480|
|Viewfinder Type||flexible LCD|
The G7 X Mark II Video Creator Kit version comes with a lightweight, portable Manfrotto PIXI MINI Tripod, a SanDisk 32GB SD Card and extra NB-13L battery pack.
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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.
IMAGE QUALITY: Overall, very impressed with the exception of the Automatic White Balance. It seems to create a blue cast which is exacerbated by the flatter and less constrasty picture profiles. If you can live with manually setting the white balance, this camera creates excellent, sharp, colorful photos. Default JPEG noise reduction is a bit heavy-handed as well, but if you just set it to low you'll get much better results. You'll especially get excellent results from this camera is you utilize the in-camera raw processing tool, which is great. ISO performance is about the same as its predecessor. Even though the lens is the same as before, it seems as if Canon quietly made some improvements to it overall as its more consistently sharp throughout its range. It doesn't quite rise to the level of the lens on the RX100 series cameras but it's still plenty sharp and plus with the G7X Mark II you get the extra 30mm on the telephoto end, which is useful.
PERFORMANCE: Autofocus performance has improved over its predecessor although it isn't what I would call lightning fast. Even though the camera touts improved burst performance, especially in RAW, this is not a camera I would rely on for action shooting. Shot to shot times are good and the camera starts up fast. One thing that has to be mentioned is the significant improvement in battery life. While it doesn't even come close to most DSLR, that fact that Canon could take the same small battery and give it noticeably better battery life is commendable.
BODY/ERGONOMICS/BUTTONS/CONTROLS: Overall I like most of the changes to the camera's overall design. The more pronounced grip up front is nice. I like that the LCD is more flexible than before which makes composing shots easier in bright, sunny conditions. I also like that you can switch the lens ring in the front to silent, that is a nice touch. The only thing I find irritating is that the ridged part on top of the LCD tends to collect dust and other particles very easily. And speaking of that, this lens, like other 1" compacts, is very susceptible to getting dust/particles inside the lens. High recommend that you buy and extra lens cap in order to limit that from happening. I wish Canon would consider sealing the lens a little better on future models to counteract this issue.
MENUS/WI-FI: The camera has a more EOS style menu system but overall the layout is pretty typical Canon. One thing that I like is the expanded picture style menu to include the new Fine Detail mode borrowed from the 80D. That does make a difference in JPEGs. As mentioned before, the in camera raw processing tool is great. You have all the parameters to adjust that you need and full access to the picture style menu. WIFI connectivity is very easy. The Canon camera connect app picked up the camera right away and transfer was quick.
MOVIE MODE: Excellent video quality. Autofocus is not bad but did hunt just a little during a test video I shot with it.
The $679.99 may seem like a pretty steep price to pay, you are getting a lot of camera for your money here. As long as you're ok with a maximum lens reach of 100mm, this makes a great alternative for a hobbyist who is considering a Canon Rebel but does not want the size/bulk and really won't venture much beyond the kit lens. It has a few flaws but overall, it's a great camera.