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Canon PowerShot G7 Digital Camera - Black (10.0MP, 6x Optical Zoom) 2.5" LCD
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- Autofocus: Yes
- Battery Model: Camera Specific Powerpacks
- Battery Type: Canon NB-2LH
- Bluetooth: No
- Built-in Flash: Yes
- CD-R / CD-RW: No
- Camera Resolution Heigth in Pixel: 2736
- Camera Resolution Width in Pixel: 3648
- Changeable Lens: No
- Chip Type: CCD
- Compact Flash Card: No
- Depth in mm: 42.5
- Digital Zoom (Ratio): 4
- Effective Pixel (in Megapixel): 10
- Height (mm): 71.9
- Highest Focal Length in mm: 210
- Image Stabiliser: Yes
- LCD Monitor Resolution in Pixel: 207000
- LCD Monitor Size in Inch: 2.5
- Longest Shutter Speed: 15s
- Longest Shutter Speed in s: 15s
- Lowest Focal Length in mm: 35
- MP3 Playback: No
- Maximum Aperture Tele: 4.8
- Maximum Aperture Wide: 2.8
- Maximum Pixel (in Megapixel): 10.4
- Memory Stick / Memory Stick Pro: No
- Memory Stick Duo / Duo Pro: No
- Memory Type: Internal + External
- Micro Drive: No
- Mini Secure Digital Card: No
- Movie / Voice Recording: Movie + Voice
- Multimedia Card: Yes
- Optical Zoom (Ratio): 6
- PC Card: No
- Photo Resolution Height in Pixel: 2736
- Photo Resolution Heigth in Pixel: 2736
- Photo Resolution Width in Pixel: 3648
- PictBridge: Yes
- RAW Format: No
- Range Finder Type: Optical / Electronic Viewfinder + LCD
- Reduced Size Multimedia Card: No
- SLR / Compact: Compact
- Secure Digital Card: Yes
- Secure Digital High Capacity Card (SDHC): Yes
- Sensor Size: 1/1,8''
- Serial Shot Mode: Yes
- Shortest Shutter Speed: 1/2500s
- Shortest Shutter Speed in s: 1/2500s
- Size of Internal Memory in MB: unknown
- Smart Media Card: No
- Video Resolution Heigth in Pixel: 768
- Video Resolution Width in Pixel: 1024
- Weight in Grams: 320
- WiFi Connectivity: No
- Width (mm): 106.4
- XD Card: No
- Zoom Type: Optical + Digital
- microSD/ TransFlash Card: No
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The PowerShot G7 is part of Canon's PowerShot digital still camera range. It replaces the PowerShot G6.
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Top Customer Reviews
I read a lot of mixed reviews about this camera, but decided to purchase it in the end, as there aren't many alternatives around if you want a highly programmable digital compact with a big zoom lens, image stabiliser and ASA from 80 to 1600. I've noticed that the mixture of reviews tend to fall into two categories - the reviewers who love this camera have never owned a Canon Powershot before, whilst the reviewers who aren't so impressed with the G7 tend to be previous Canon Powershot owners. I am in the former category, so am highly impressed with my new G7. I have found it very hard to take poor pictures with the G7 - my images have all been sharp, very well exposed, and in the main (800-1600 ASA excepted), free of noise, and with almost perfect colour balance.
As I've had bad experiences in the past with the proprietary software that comes with cameras, the Canon software has stayed unloaded and in the box, so I won't comment on the software.Read more ›
Anyway, the reason for writing this is to emphasise a few points and make one recommendation:
a. A spare battery is essential - once the low power warning comes on I get about 30 non-flash shots before it is completely dead. And it is probably best to stick with genuine Canon batteries.
b. By comparison with its Mk II predecessor, the SanDisk 1 GB EXTREME III card significantly improves the SD card read/write speed.
c. The User Guide comes as a .pdf file - print it out (2 pages per A4) and spend some time reading it with the camera in your hands - essential!
d. Finally, I spent some time looking for a suitable case (and wasted some money too!). Eventually I found one which is an exact fit with a front compartment just big enough to house a spare battery and memory card. Nicely lined with a soft material and a non-slip base, it is the Samsonite Trekking Premium DF10 Camera Case (available from Amazon for £9.15) - great case and good value.
I hope this is of some use and no, I don't work for Amazon!
I've had it a week now and I think it is a great camera. I'm used to compacts and if you want to use this as a point and shoot camera (and contrary to an earlier review), this is ideal and very easy to use - turn it on, press the button. And the results will most probably be better than you are used to with a compact. Reviewing photo's is easy with a big button for that. The LCD is probably about the best you can get. All the controls and functions are very good and simple to use. The video facility is simple too - press the button to start, you don't need to hold the button down, press again to stop. The optical zoom is great - very ample and no loss of quality as I used to get with the digital zoom on a previous compact. Very solid camera and nothing flimsy on it like you normally get somewhere on a compact. The niggles people had in the reviews are almost unnoticeable to me - very minor. Yes you can see the lens through the viewfinder if you really think about it (I didn't notice it at all until I read the reviews on here again and then checked), but then its got a viewfinder - which is rare in a compact. You have to appreciate that its packed with so many features but nevertheless, it is as easy to handle and use as any compact I have had.
Then there's also all the features that appeal to the more serious photographer too. It's like a mini SLR so is ideal for me to experiment if I want to.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
straight forward to use. great quality pictures, good calibre.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just a fantastic camera. We bought this one to replace the same model which got beaten up during a rock climbing trip. Read morePublished 19 months ago by customer B
Canon PowerShot G7 purchased on 9th June 2007 total failure october 2008. New circuit board required. Repair bill will be £265.00. Read morePublished on 1 Nov. 2008 by J. Hodgson
I have previously owned a Canon S70, S2IS and G6, and this camera is really like a combination of all three. Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2008 by Impulse Buyer
I was looking at the G9 but then Amazon offered the G7 at a great price (£200) so I went for the G7. Read morePublished on 12 Mar. 2008 by A keen reader
Excellent resolution and respectable edge-to-edge sharpness across the zoom range... Classic 'rangefinder' styling looks great, fit & finish superb... Read more
First, top marks to Amazon for getting this to me within a few days of ordering.
Next, this is/will not be the best camera you can get for your money. Read more
Firstly, I'm no camera buff, but the Canon PowerShot G7 has been a little gem in comparison to my one time really special 'holiday' friend, the Canon PowerShot S80. Read morePublished on 10 Sept. 2007 by A Whitehead
I have not given it 5 stars as the viewfinder isn't great, the widest angle is just not quite wide enough and F/2.8 is a little slow. Read morePublished on 3 Sept. 2007 by S. Shearston