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Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Digital Camera
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- A powerful pocket-sized camera with a bright lens, large sensor and DIGIC 7 to capture expert quality photos and movies with ease
- Shoot and share stunning Full HD 60p movies with creative control, Touch AF for cinematic focus pulls and 5-axis Dynamic IS
- Easily connect to your smart device, shoot remotely, then share or back up your creations using Wi-Fi* with NFC and Image Sync
- Enjoy simple creative control with a Lens Control Ring, intuitive touchscreen operation, 14-bit RAW and Picture Styles
- PowerShot G7 X Mark II Battery Pack NB-13L Battery Charger CB-2LHEAC Wrist Strap NS-DC12 AC Cable User Manual Kit
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|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||20.1 megapixels||20.1||12.8||20.2 megapixels||20.1||24 megapixels|
|Has Image Stabilization||—||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||—|
|Item Dimensions||4.2 x 10.55 x 6.09 cm||10.55 x 4.22 x 6.09 cm||7.4 x 11.63 x 6.62 cm||13.25 x 12.74 x 9.4 cm||—||10.16 x 4.1 x 5.81 cm|
|Item Weight||294 grams||294 grams||0.52 kg||213 grams||263 grams||271 grams|
|Max Focal Length||100 mm||100 mm||120 mm||37.1 mm||70 mm||70 mm|
|Min Focal Length||24 mm||24 mm||24 mm||10.4 mm||24 mm||24 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||20.9 megapixels||20.9 megapixels||15||20.2 megapixels||20.1||21 megapixels|
|Removable Memory||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card; Memory Stick|
|Special Feature||Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||Auto Exposure (AE) lock; Auto Focus (AF) assist beam; Auto Focus (AF) lock; Auto focusing (AF) modes: AI Focus, Centre weighted Auto Focus, Continuous Auto Focus, Face detection, Servo Auto Focus; Battery charger included; Battery level indicator; Battery life:240 shots; External flash connector; Field of vision:100%; Flash exposure lock; Flash range (tele):0.4 - 4 m; Flash range (wide):0.5 - 7 m; Full HD; Light metering: Centre-weighted, Evaluative (Multi-pattern), Spot; Near Field Communication (NFC); Operating temperature range:0 - 40 °C; PictBridge; Self-timer:Copper ethernet cabling technology: 2,10 s; Sill image capture resolution:5472 x 3648, 3648 x 2432, 2736 x 1824, 2400 x 1600, 4864 x 3648, 3248 x 2432, 2432 x 1824, 2112 x 1600, 5472 x 3072, 3648 x 2048, 2736 x 1536, 2400 x 1344, 3648 x 3648, 2432 x 2432, 1824 x 1824, 1600 x 1600; Touch sensitive screen; Vari-angle LCD display; Video recording; lens structure:11/9||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode^Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode^Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority|
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With a 1.0 type sensor, bright f/1.8-2.8 Canon lens and superior DIGIC 7 processing this pocket-sized, large sensor compact offers DSLR-like creativity in both stills and Full HD movies.
Digital Camera PowerShotG7 X Mark II Wrist Strap WS-DC12 Battery Pack NB-13L Battery Charger CB-2LHE AC Cable User Manual Kit
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Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II
With a 1.0 type sensor, bright f/1.8-2.8 Canon lens and Digic 7 processing this pocket-sized, large sensor compact offers DSLR-like creativity in both stills and Full HD movies.
Pocketable expert image quality in any light
Enjoy crisp and clear shots in any light thanks to HS System, which combines a 1.0-type back-illuminated 20.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor with the processing power of Digic 7.
Bright precision Canon optics, with a f/1.8-2.8 lens, 24 mm 4.2 x optical zoom and ISO up to 12,800, ensure right shots in any situation.
Shoot crisp stills and steady movies thanks to a 4-stop intelligent optical Image Stabiliser with Dual Sensing IS technology.
Capture high quality jpegs in tricky low light conditions thanks to refined Digic 7 processing and experience EOS-like in-camera diffraction correction and Auto Lighting Optimiser.
Right for capturing Full HD movies as stills
Express yourself in boundless ways with creative control of aperture, shutter speed and ISO using Manual Movie.
Achieve pin sharp focus manually with MF Peaking or use Touch AF to produce cinematic focus pulls.
Record incredibly steady movie footage at full zoom, even when panning or running with 5-axis Advanced Dynamic IS to counteract camera shake and Auto level to ensure straight horizons.
Effortlessly shoot expert quality Full HD 60 p movies with the creative flexibility of variable frame rates including 24, 25, 30, 50 and 60 fps.
Quickly and easily share videos with in camera transcoding to reduce file size and transfer time while maintaining high quality.
Share your creations with the world
Instantly connect your camera to a compatible smart device with just one tap using Dynamic NFC and enjoy quick and easy wireless sharing of photos and movies via the Canon Camera Connect app or share on an HDTV using the Canon Connect Station CS100.
Use Image Sync to automatically back up images to cloud services like Canon’s Irista via Wi-Fi and also enjoy simple cross device back up. With Irista you can free up space on your camera and computer and find any photo or create photo galleries in seconds from any device, then share with friends via private link.
Shoot group shots, selfies or wildlife remotely from your smart device with full creative control, Touch AF and live image displays.
Wi-Fi Button gives you a quick and easy shortcut to camera Wi-Fi functions.
Charge your camera while working or surfing the internet via standard USB smartphone chargers or your PC.
Take simple control
Enjoy creative control using a customisable dual function Lens Control Ring. Effortlessly switch between smooth and step action to adjust exposure settings or focus.
Shoot from different angles and enjoy intuitive fingertip operation with a large 7.5 cm (1040 k sRGB dots) tilt-up touchscreen.
Use the in-built physical ND filtre with an auto mode to reduce light entering the camera in bright conditions or lengthen shutter speeds at night.
Experience seamless integration with EOS workflow thanks to Picture Styles and 14-bit RAW shooting.
In-camera RAW processing ensures high possible quality for sharing of images away from home.
Built for effortless creativity
Catch the spontaneity around you with fast startup and responsive 31-point AF, or capture the action with 8 fps sustained burst even in RAW.
Enjoy professional style results with enhanced Star Mode and Handheld HDR.
Effortlessly create sharable clips with in-camera Time-Lapse Movie Mode.
Capture background blur with control over depth of field thanks to the large 9-bladed aperture and large sensor.
|PowerShot G1 X Mark II||PowerShot G3 X||PowerShot G5 X||PowerShot G7 X Mark II||PowerShot G9 X|
|HS System/ Digic Processor||HS System with Digic 6||HS System with Digic 6||HS System with Digic 6||HS System with Digic 7||HS System with Digic 6|
|Resolution/Sensor Type||Multi-aspect 12.8 MP (3:2) / 13.1 MP (4:3) 1.5-type (18.7 x 14.0 mm) Canon high-sensitivity CMOS||20.2 MP 1.0-type high-sensitivity CMOS||20.2 MP 1.0-type high-sensitivity CMOS||20.1 MP 1.0-type high-sensitivity CMOS||20.2 MP 1.0-type high-sensitivity CMOS|
|Zoom (35 mm Equivalent)||24 –> 120 mm 5 x Optical 10 x ZoomPlus||24 –> 600 mm 25 x Optical 50 x ZoomPlus||24 –> 100 mm 4.2 x Optical 8.4 x ZoomPlus||24 –> 100 mm 4.2 x Optical 8.4 x ZoomPlus||28 –> 84 mm 3 x Optical 6 x ZoomPlus|
|Optical Image Stabiliser||Lens shift-type Intelligent IS||Lens shift-type Intelligent IS||Lens shift-type Intelligent IS||Lens shift-type Intelligent IS||Lens shift-type Intelligent IS|
|Maximum ISO Value||12800||12800||12800||12800||12800|
|Screen||Tilting touchscreen 7.5 cm (3.0 inch) (approximately 1,040k dots sRGB)||Tilting touchscreen 8.0 cm (3.2 inch) (approximately 1,620 k dots sRGB)||Vari-Angle 7.5 cm (3.0 inch) (approximately 1,040 k dots sRGB)||Tilting touchscreen 7.5 cm (3.0 inch) (approximately 1,040 k dots sRGB)||Touchscreen 7.5 cm (3.0 inch) (approximately 1,040 k sRGB dots)|
|Smart Auto/ Full Manual Control||58 scene Smart Auto/ Full Manual Control||58 scene Smart Auto/ Full Manual Control (stills & movies||58 scene Smart Auto/ Full Manual Control (stills & movies||58 scene Smart Auto/ Full Manual Control (stills & movies||58 scene Smart Auto/ Full Manual Control (stills & movies|
|Movie (Maximum Specification)||Full HD (1080 p, 30 fps)||Full HD (1080 p, 60 fps)||Full HD (1080 p, 60 fps)||Full HD (1080 p, 60 fps)||Full HD (1080 p, 60 fps)|
|Wi-Fi / GPS||Wi-Fi with NFC GPS via Mobile||Wi-Fi with Dynamic NFC GPS via Mobile||Wi-Fi with Dynamic NFC GPS via Mobile||Wi-Fi with Dynamic NFC GPS via Mobile||Wi-Fi with Dynamic NFC GPS via Mobile|
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Firstly, the camera ergonomics are good. The camera is solid and reassuringly weighty but not so much to become a burden. Not quite pocketable in a pair of jeans but easily in a jacket or small bag.
The controls and operation are all smooth and feel solid and high quality. The front dial for changing settings such as zoom, aperture or speed depending on mode is really easy to use. There are two modes, clicker and smooth. I prefer clicker mode as this gives good feedback when changes are made. If you change it over to smooth operation it becomes a bit vague and zooming seems to take a lot of turning from one end to the other. I can see this been great for video as there will be no noise and transitions will be much smoother. I just prefer the positive click giving me the confidence I've made a change. I don't take a lot of video so the smoother mode isn't a feature I really need but I'm sure vloggers will appreciate it.
The mode dial and exposure compensation dial have great resistance to turning. I have another Powershot camera that has a habit of changing modes when you are taking it in and out of a pocket leading to taking shots in the wrong mode. This one however needs a positive action to change the settings. I like the fact the exposure compensation dial is under the mode dial. It's in the perfect position to change with your thumb without having to look around the camera or move your hand around to change it. The smaller dial on the back of the camera is a bit too small for my liking, but I guess there is limited space there to put anything bigger. It's also very easy to turn the dial and not notice. The other buttons are well placed and easy to use.
The LCD screen is excellent. It's nice and bright with plenty of detail and has all the information you would need. It can be customised to show the modes and information you want. The touch function works very well but I have touched it accidently a few times and changed my focus point. This is more to do with my big fat hands than the camera though. All the settings I need can be changed from the touchscreen with no fuss while shooting. This is the first touchscreen camera I have had and I must say it makes shooting, focusing and altering setting so much easier. In fact it has encouraged me to experiment more because I'm not messing around with menus and sub menus. The fact the screen is articulated is a real bonus. I have used it many times to get that low angle shot without having to strain to see the screen.
So to the main thing, performance and picture quality. The camera starts up in about a second and is ready to use. I have found focusing using the touchscreen very fast and accurate. Changing focus point is so easy and focus tracking is solid unless you move the camera around too much or too quickly. Leaving the camera to focus on its own has resulted in the camera picking the wrong subject a couple of times but they were quite busy scenes. Image stabilisation is very effective and lets you get great shots even at low speeds handheld. I don't like using ISO's higher than 800 as a rule so the solid IS is great. HDR mode works really well resulting in well balanced detailed images as does the ND filter but best to use a tripod or solid surface for these. Video quality is on par with any 1080p camera but as I say I don't really use this much.
Pictures out of the camera set to best JPEG are amazing. I don't say this lightly either. My main camera is a 7D with L series lens and the G7X ii is easily as sharp, colourful and detailed if not more so. There are lots of customisable functions for your JPEG photos like light optimiser and so on but to be honest the images are great at default settings. I have taken some shots in RAW to test it out but my version of Phase One doesn't recognise the files and Canon's own DPP software just seems so slow at rendering the images it's not worth the effort. I use RAW all the time with my DSLR but don't think I need it 95% of the time with a compact as good as this. Shutter lag is almost not noticeable but I have found taking a few shots of my cat moving horizontally to the camera did result in slightly blurred images even though I was tracking/panning the cat.
The zoom range is about perfect for usability and picture quality. My other Powershot goes up to over 200mm equivalent. This affects the picture quality badly unless you have very good light. The GX7 ii on the other hand has great picture quality through the full zoom range. It is expensive for a compact camera but quality like this isn't cheap. I would definitely recommend this camera for almost any type of photography not requiring a long lens. Oh and not to forget the vloggers!
Only down side is the position of the WiFi button. When holding the camera in selfie mode your fingers rest on the button and it is so easy to press.
As I like low light pics, in particular buildings at night, I chose the G7 and am very happy with it.
It's smaller than you'd think, not much bigger than an Ixus, and the controls are all pretty easy to use. The only thing that confused me was that you need to pop the flash before changing any of its settings.
Although the 4x zoom to 100mm seems short compared to many others, I've not found this to be a problem, particularly given the upside of how good the low light pics are thanks to the fairly wide aperture.
As for low light, I've been using the night landscape (or whatever) mode a lot, and it's amazing how good that is without needing to use a flash (not that you can use a flash in that mode).
If you like low light photography, want a small camera with a larger sensor, and are happy to pay the premium, then you could do a lot worse than this.
You then need to download an English (or whatever) instruction manual telling you in 225 pages how to use the hundreds of menu options you will mostly have to find your way around to do anything that the camera doesn’t do automatically for itself.
So when actually using the camera, unless the situation needs pretty much nothing but the shutter button pressed while on auto, you will either have to spend time finding the required menu and the right option (with or without the aid of aid of the instructions perhaps on your phone) or you will need to remember how to do what is needed. Easy enough for those who use the camera frequently, but less so for others.
Aside from this, it seems a really good quality little camera. Perhaps I am being unrealistic in ideally wanting one that is both capable of great results and of being so intuitive to use that neither lengthy instructions nor a very good memory for using complicated menus and options are needed. That said, I think that most of the time if auto choices are set it will be OK. Before buying, I read magazine reviews which said that this is an easy camera to use, so probably it compares well to others with similar capabilities.
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