Sales of digital cameras have recently fallen to the edge of the cliffs in some countries’ markets, mainly due to the dramatic increase in the number of smartphones, with high-quality cameras in everyone’s pockets. However, compact cameras are still necessary in the high-end market, where they are the first choice for travel photographers or people who like portraits or street photos. Digital cameras with large sensor compact offer better image quality than SLR cameras, but unlike most cameras, you have the opportunity to get a good range of zoom and many control functions using camera of your smartphones.
Canon has announced the addition of two new models. These newly announced cameras are a part of cannon’s famous PowerShot G series. These two new compact cameras with large sensors combine power and portability. Through content creators, video bloggers and photographers, Canon has a model that takes creativity and technology to the next level, which includes continuous high-speed photography and 4K movies without crop.
Based on the Canon PowerShot series, the G5 X Mark II features a new 5x optical zoom and electronic viewfinder (EVF) with an aperture of 2.8 to 2.8, which makes it a powerful travel camera. Canon’s second new model, the PowerShot G7 XMark III, features a 4.2x optical zoom, an aperture of 1: 1.8 to 2.8, and an external 3.5mm microphone input for voice and super high quality image.
The PowerShot G5 X Mark II and the PowerShot G7 X Mark III feature Canon’s powerful DIGIC 8 image processor for high-quality pallet performance. With overlay sensors of 20.1 megapixels and 1 inch, both models offer still images and 4K video clips with extremely high image quality and vibrant colors.
These new Canon G-Series products can produce a wide dynamic range because of it file format of CR3 which fully compatible with Canon Digital Photo Pro and other third-party image processing software packages.
The PowerShot G5 XMark II features a 5x zoom lens with a fast aperture of 1: 1.8 to 2.8, which makes it ideal for low-light shooting. The PowerShot G7 XMark III features a 4.2x zoom lens with a 1: 1.8-2.8 lens for video blogs that require HD video recording in different lighting conditions. The shallow depth of field created by the large apertures of the latest two PowerShot G models allows photographers to capture detailed images and beautiful effects for professional-quality images that are often associated with digital SLR cameras.
For experienced photographers and bloggers, each model offers superb creative control with automatic and manual exposure modes. Each camera includes a menu system used by the designer menus used in the latest high-end Canon EOS models. The full-coverage corner EVF (2.36 m) offers more creative framing, and the tilted touchscreen is ideal for viewing a wide variety of angles. VCRs will appreciate the functionality of the touch screen PowerShot G7 X Mark III, which will always be the center of attention. With levels of control and configuration similar to those of digital SLR cameras, the two new models offer many options for experienced photographers.
For Vloger there is a vertical shooting mode in which a movie is created that is suitable for social networks. Fully automatic video capture settings with the PowerShot G5 X Mark II and PowerShot G7 X Mark III are also available. Manual correction of shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings is also available for advanced users.
The PowerShot G5 X Mark II is equipped with a 5x zoom lens and a fast f / 1.8-2.8 aperture, making it ideal for shooting in low light conditions. The PowerShot G7 X Mark III is equipped with a 4.2x zoom lens with an f / 1.8-2.8 lens and is primarily intended for users of video recorders who need to shoot high definition video in various lighting conditions. The ability to connect to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth allows users to take pictures and the can send them to their computers or social networking platforms without taking a long time. When connected to a compatible smart device, both models can receive information about GPS coordinates for images, which simplifies the process of encoding images. Finally, there is a separate HDMI output for streaming and external recording when using cameras with an external device.