Canon PowerShot G7X
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Canon PowerShot G7X Review
If you are looking for image quality and still want the control and power in a small pocket sized camera, then this is the right product for you. Enthusiast photographers who want the power of a DSLR but still want something compact enough for easy packing should be looking at this product. Canon has done a great job in developing these G series cameras which are meant to satisfy the urge of the aforementioned photographer. However, there is one thing that you will have to forgo: the sensor size. Small cameras will always come with small sensors, and this one just follows the rule. Let’s help your choice by explaining you what this camera has to offer!
The Canon PowerShot G7X works with a 20.2 megapixel sensor and it’s a high quality build camera so we can comfortably say that it can compete with the Sony RX100 II. It allows you to swiftly adjust the settings with the touch screen and the control ring. I can’t forget to mention that its image quality is just superb. If you are looking for a better sensor, then you should be looking at the Powershot GI X Mark II but it’s a really large camera and may not be something that you can easily pack in your photography kit.
The main idea behind the production of the Canon PowerShot G7X is to give photographers an alternative when they are searching for a smaller back up SLR camera. The camera boasts of a Digic 6 processor and a 1 inch sensor, in a sleek body. The Canon PowerShot G7X is above the S120 and the G16 but it’s still yet to match the specs of the Canon G1 X Mark II.
If you are looking for something that will work for you when looking for a smoother bokeh, then this device is for you, as it boasts of a 9 blade aperture. It also has a fixed lens that is equivalent to the popular 24-100mm lens. The camera is a good choice as it also has a wide maximum aperture. This would come in handy when you want to have more control on the depth of field or a faster shutter speed.
The Canon PowerShot G7X was built specifically for enthusiast photographers and that’s why they considered the shutter priorities: aperture and the manual modes. However, you can use the automatic mode when you aren’t working on a very serious project. It’s also good to note that you can save the images in ether JPEG or RAW formats. For video you can as well control the shutter speed.
In conclusion, this is one compact camera that you will like if you want to have a back up SLR that fits perfectly in your pocket. The compact camera industry is still growing and so this makes the Canon PowerShot G7X and excellent product. In the future, we may have better products but so far this is the best choice apart from the Sony RX100 II.