The Canon G7X Mark II is a compact camera with 1" (2.7x) sensor and 20 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2019 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 125 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 8 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 602 €;
28 users have given it an average vote of 8.4 out of 10
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Opinion:In my opinion a successful machine, although not very slim is still pocketable. To be a compact has remarkable zoom and optical brightness, the dials are well studied and its design is crazy. Nice to see even before you try. Its weight, despite its small size, for me is an additional quality parameter. To his detriment the high iso yield, over 1200 already visible, personally I have never gone beyond 800. But I think this too is acceptable to a little girl like her, who is now also sold at a fair price, unlike a couple of years ago. The only reason I gave it up, but it's purely subjective, is that it's not tropicalized and like others I had doubts about using it in dusty environments or in adverse weather conditions.
Pros:Excellent construction, small pocket,RAW good sensor 1' , front dial on lens for setting controls that I use in dts, even excursion 24/100 excursion 24/100 bright all-rounder 1.8 iso comes to 2000 then degrades, color in the standart for that sensor tends to exasperate warm tones (red)
Cons:Excursion on the 100 mm distorts a little on the sides, POLVERE ON LENTI AND SENSORE.
Opinion:Photographer with this little canon for about 1 year, I find his compactness really comfortable and therefore I can carry it in the pocket of a jacket/pants and always have the car ready. In general it shoots very acceptable fail, 20MP are a good ratio on its sensor, easy menu and intuitive comfortable display focus with a touch. Really sore note after 7/8 months I immediately noticed dust on the internal lenses and sensor.
Pros:24-100 eq, nocturnal photos better than reflex and mirrorless with lens a kit, pocketability, stabilizer.
Cons:In wide-angle distortion enough, the auto correction works fine but makes the edges of the photo less crisp.
Opinion:Immediately I wanted a mirrorless, however, wanting to start with a reduced budget, I thought about this compact, which, with an expense comparable to that of a APSC with kit lens, guarantees similar performance but with a slight advantage at night. An example, a photo taken at F 3.5 (TA of kit lenses) at 24mm eq. and at ISO 6400 it has the same light as a photo taken from my at 24mm to F 1.8 but with ISO 1600 (assuming an equal shutter speed). And as far as the inch sensor hold minus the ISO there are no 2 stops of difference. (Similar speech in Tele where you have f 2.8 vs 5.6) This speech does not apply if you buy extra goals, but in this case even prices are no longer comparable. That said the photos are beautiful, especially at f 5.6, the least sharpness at the edges to 24 mm I solve it using longer focal lengths when possible. and appreciate optical stabilization. And the raw is very workable. Video I shot a few, but they are beautiful and the stabilizer works well. The battery is usually enough for me, if you know that you shoot so much with a small power bank you charge it a bit while you do not shoot (if you do not want to spend money on an extra battery).
Pros:Compact, 1-inch sensor, quick and intuitive controls, image quality and perfect colors
Cons:Slightly noisy, batteries with limited duration, a bit heavy
Opinion:Well built camera, very solid, slightly heavier than average. Coming from a sony rx100 I have to say that the focal length is ideal. The controls are more intuitive than the sony and the most pleasant colors. Slightly noisier than the RX100. Overall a good compact to always carry around that does not regret an APS SLR.
Cons:The video feels the noise generated by autofocus and lens zoom.
Opinion:I bought it today and I had little time to run the test clicks. Anyway, I got a machine with a defective mid-pixel that is affecting the video footage.rnPictionally in every shot there is a white pixel placed for good right near the Center.rnI hope to solve the problem soon.rn
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