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Try pressing the DISP button with the camera ready to shoot.
By Cary Alburn on August 24, 2014
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It depands on the lghting at house. Video is acceptable.
By Ahmed Bokhamseen on November 22, 2014
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My G12 was purchased used from Amazon Prime. Within a short period I found problems with a few functions not being dependable and they took it right back. My money was refunded to my card. I can't write about a new camera but canon should have standard warranty. Some 3rd party via Amazon sellers state a 90day, etc warranty.
By Charles R. Owen on April 28, 2016
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Sure. But you need to make change of delivery destination when you place the order in Amazon
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By QUSEUM SELLER on September 21, 2016
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This camera (G12) uses a proprietary Canon battery NB7L. However, third-party versions are also available from around $10. The battery has a high capacity and you can take hundreds of pictures or around 1.5 hours of video on a single charge.
By JRTLLOYD on April 19, 2017
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Yes
By JOSE RODRIGUEZ on December 26, 2014
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I've always considered lenses of less than 35 mm "wide-angle". It's a matter of degree, but I would consider 28mm a wide angle lens. Since around 50mm is "standard" focal length, it is quite a bit wider than that.
By Daniel Pearson on March 4, 2013
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Have used this feature quite a bit and have to be careful not to touch the subject, thats how close you can get. I also like that you can then still zoom in on the photo afterwards and get even more magnified without losing any significant resolution. I have actually used this feature like a low powered microscope to s… see more Have used this feature quite a bit and have to be careful not to touch the subject, thats how close you can get. I also like that you can then still zoom in on the photo afterwards and get even more magnified without losing any significant resolution. I have actually used this feature like a low powered microscope to see objects and organisms close up and in detail. see less
By Melissa on February 28, 2013
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Maybe the swivel out led screen? I love that feature, is very useful.
By Duane R Larson on June 13, 2015