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Hello, the G16 does not have a memory card included in the box as a lot of people will want the use a card that performs to their own requirements. As memory is relatively cheepp these days I would recommend at least 16 gig memory card although most people I know with a G16 use 64 gig (including myself) as this seems … see more Hello, the G16 does not have a memory card included in the box as a lot of people will want the use a card that performs to their own requirements. As memory is relatively cheepp these days I would recommend at least 16 gig memory card although most people I know with a G16 use 64 gig (including myself) as this seems to have ample space to continue another day of taking pictures if you don't have opportunity to download the previous days pictures. Regardless of the amount of memory I would seriously recommend that the most important feature is the speed that the memory card can be written to as if not adequate some of the cameras functions will not work to the full capacity (e.g. taking a burst of shots). Amazon has several offerings that are aimed at the photographer. It is worth in the long run to use fast, high quality memory. see less
By A. Sheridan on 16 December 2014
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Although the G16 is a worthy upgrade to your G11, for real picture quality increase you should look for something with a much larger sensor (the larger sensor allows the camera to gather more light increasing the photo quality). If you want to stick with the compact camera format the G7X is outstanding if you can stret… see more Although the G16 is a worthy upgrade to your G11, for real picture quality increase you should look for something with a much larger sensor (the larger sensor allows the camera to gather more light increasing the photo quality). If you want to stick with the compact camera format the G7X is outstanding if you can stretch your budget, this will allow you to take much much better photos in darker light situations than before and has the same size sensor as the professional DSLRs. If not that then the G1X, and after that the G16. But for the best quality shots, remember your tripod! see less
By TheTomCutler on 02 December 2015
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is this canon G16 made in Japan????
By Theobald F. on 11 December 2014
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Hi No Not this one. John
By J. F. Pinniger on 24 March 2014
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Don't know if it's made in Japan but I believe it is.
In the box I got the camera, battery, battery charger and lead and a strap together with a quick start booklet, warranties etc.

By mickeyb on 13 December 2014
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yes, like a normal DSLR and you can view from the screen at the back too
By L. J. Zaky on 10 August 2015
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Seems to do the job okay.
By Mrs C. on 18 September 2015
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No. Not included. Use wifi.
By Magi Haroun Photography on 30 June 2015
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Have had several G series cameras over the years, all excellent quality. The most enduring for me was the G11 which is still going strong, but my new G16 is a wonderful piece of technology with the same superb build quality of the predecessors. The wireless technology built in to this model takes it a step further tha… see more Have had several G series cameras over the years, all excellent quality. The most enduring for me was the G11 which is still going strong, but my new G16 is a wonderful piece of technology with the same superb build quality of the predecessors. The wireless technology built in to this model takes it a step further than the others, although I miss the feature of the adjustable screen from my G11. Having your G12 repaired might be quite expensive compared to buying a new"old stock" G12 but its a personal choice. Given their price and the way technology moves on, I would say move on and go for the G16, there are several other improvements, such as being able to use a very high capacity memory card. It is a "consumeable" camera, ie not very high priced and often discounted on Amazons sales etc, so likely a similar price to having the screen replaced on the much older G12. You could also probably use the G12 without the screen although changing settings would be impossible in some areas. I am delightted with my G16 whichwas well discounted in one of the Lightning Sales on Amazon. see less
By Laurie Durand on 28 January 2015
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Not a 'paper' user manual, you must download manual and other softwear from Canon website. It's a fabulous camera, but I am having a lot of problems cownloading ImageBrowserEX which you need to get the best out of the camera, and I have not been able to connect ghe camera to WiFi. I have been in touch with Canon but … see more Not a 'paper' user manual, you must download manual and other softwear from Canon website. It's a fabulous camera, but I am having a lot of problems cownloading ImageBrowserEX which you need to get the best out of the camera, and I have not been able to connect ghe camera to WiFi. I have been in touch with Canon but they have not been able to resolve this issue. see less
By SandieBarcelona on 03 November 2014