Canon PowerShot G

Canon PowerShot G

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The Canon PowerShot G is a series of digital cameras released by Canon. The G series cameras are Canon's flagship 'compact' models aimed at prosumer photography enthusiasts desiring more flexibility than a point-and-shoot without the bulk of a digital single-lens reflex camera.

The G series offers features such as the use of a lithium-ion battery, a flip-out-and-twist LCD (all models except G7, G9 and G10 which have a fixed screen), Raw image format capture (all models except G7), a lens with a wider maximum aperture than standard PowerShot models, remote capture (except G11), and faster electronics. The range also includes a hot shoe for an external flashgun, including Canon's EX range.

Main specifications

G1 to G6

Common features across the early G series were:
  • A fast lens (minimum F number of 2.0).
  • A flip out and twist LCD, along with a smaller status LCD on the top of the camera.
  • Raw image format capture.
  • 1/1.8" CCD sensor.
  • Manual selection of aperture and shutter priority.
  • Custom white balance.
  • Built in flash.
  • Hot-shoe for external flash.
  • USB connectivity.
  • A Compact Flash card slot.
  • Availability of optional wide and teleconverter lenses.
  • Canon’s proprietary EOS shooting modes, allowing the photographer to select different exposure settings for different environments.
  • Included infrared remote control.
  • In-built neutral density filter from the G3 onwards.
  • Lithium ion battery.

G7 to G12

The G7 marked a major change in the G series. Previous G...
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