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  • 1. Considering a digital slr for price of point and shoot – buy canon g1x. Canon g1x cost USD 709 Dollarsonline, 90 USD savings. Original Price is USD 799. Check out this deal with free shipping, Click here.Now you got the great deal, you must understand canon g1x features. Check out canon g1x simplereview below from cnet.comCanon PowerShot G1XSource: cnet.com.auDesign and featuresThe G1X is a new line in the G series of PowerShots; cameras that are reasonably compactyet pack a whole range of manual control that amateur and professional photographers desire.The all-new 14.3-megapixel CMOS sensor is physically bigger than that found on previous Gseries cameras and slightly bigger than the Four Thirds sensor that appears on Micro FourThirds cameras from Panasonic and Olympus. The exact dimensions are 18.7x14.0mm andits classified as a 1.5-type high-sensitivity sensor.Anyone who currently owns a G12 neednt worry, though, as the G1X isnt superseding it,merely sitting above it in the Canon range. Its targeted towards professional photographersand serious amateurs who want the functionality afforded to them by an SLR without thebulk (and interchangeable lenses). Speaking of which, the G1X uses a 4x optical zoom, f/2.8lens at 28mm wide-angle, which sits out a fair way from the camera body. Its fair to say thatthe G1X is a monster of a camera, and were struggling to categorise it as a compact as its sofar from that moniker.
  • 2. The top panel of the G1X houses a mode dial, with exposure compensation dial underneath.We found this configuration to be more intuitive and useful than the mode dial/ISOcombination that was found on the G12.(Credit: CBSi)In the hand, the G1X feels just like any other G series camera, only a little bigger and moresturdy. With a stainless steel chassis, rather than magnesium alloy, and aluminium front andback panels, the G1X is probably strong enough to be hit by a truck (dont try this at home).Click through for a complete photo gallery of the G1X. (Credit: Lori Grunin/CNET)The grip feels slightly more rubberised than that on the G12, which means its less likely toslip out of the hand. At the same time, the material feels cheaper, which is unusual given theasking price and positioning of this camera. Like the earlier G series models, the G1X has a3-inch variable-angle LCD (922,000-dot) as well as an optical viewfinder, which is small andonly covers 77 per cent of the field of view. Plus, theres parallax error as its not seeingexactly what is coming through the lens. Theres 14-bit RAW shooting (compared to 12-biton the G12) plus a maximum ISO rating of 12,800.
  • 3. If these features werent enough to make the transition easy for SLR shooters, the G1Xfeatures EOS-like dial settings and its compatible with many accessories from the EOSsystem like speedlites and macro lights. Theres also a built-in ND filter.Naturally, the G1X comes with full PASM control, as well as automatic, scene modes andfilter effects (which include such options as HDR and fish-eye to name a few). The buttonconfiguration hasnt changed dramatically from the G12, though the exposure compensationdial has been relocated to just underneath the mode dial, and theres no longer a dedicatedISO dial. This can be adjusted from the four-way directional pad and dial. A pop-up flash sitsnext to the hotshoe.PerformanceGeneral shooting metrics (in seconds)  Start-up to first shot  JPEG shot-to-shot time  RAW shot-to-shot time  Shutter lag  0.91.11.20.3 Fujifilm X10  1.41.11.90.3 Olympus XZ-1  2.72.54.50.4 Canon PowerShot G1X  2.92.12.30.3 Canon PowerShot G12(Shorter bars indicate better performance)Continuous shooting speed (in seconds)  7.5 Fujifilm X10  2.1 Olympus XZ-1  2
  • 4. Canon PowerShot G1X  2 Canon PowerShot G12(Longer bars indicate better performance)While the camera is stated to be able to take 4.5 frames per second it can only sustain it for amaximum of six photos. Plus, this rate can only be achieved through the specific scene mode,not in manual mode. Canon rates the battery at 250 shots.Image qualityDespite its rather pedestrian performance statistics, the G1X delivers where it counts onimage quality. It produces clean, noise-free images up to ISO 400 and rivals some of theentry-level interchangeable lens cameras on overall image quality. Tonality, colour saturationand sharpness is particularly pleasing on this cameras JPEG files, with RAW images offeringeven more detail.The lens is also sharp, allowing the G1X to capture crisp detail. Edge sharpness, especially onthe left-hand side of the frame, does fall off slightly. Bokeh at f/2.8 is smooth but does notchallenge the results achievable from an interchangeable lens camera with a wide maximumaperture lens. Also, the lens does not cope well at all with macro, as its minimum focusingdistance is around 20cm. This means that even if you do want to try and achieve some niceclose-ups with a shallow depth-of-field, the lens wont allow you to without attaching a macroconverter.High ISO images are handled incredibly well by the G1X. While colour noise creeps inaround ISO 3200, its very easy to clean up in post-processing, and high ISO JPEGs are thebest in class.Unfortunately, the lens of the G1X stops down rather a lot when zooming in, more so than wewould have liked. For example, at 28mm (the widest end) its f/2.8. At 31.5mm it is f/3.2, at34.5mm it is f/3.5, at 35.5mm it is f/4, at 44.7mm it is f/4.5 and maxes out at 112mm at f/5.8.
  • 5. How does the G1X stack up against another high-end compact, the Fuji X100? The X100produces a cleaner result, but thats because its image sensor is physically bigger. Exposuredetails: the G1X at 1/30, f/2.8, spot metering, auto white balance, 28mm; the X100 at 1/40,
  • 6. f/2.8, spot metering, auto white balance.(Credit: Lori Grunin/CNET)The G1X offers full HD video (1080p) at 24fps, HD (720p) at 30fps or VGA recording at30fps. Exposure is automatic, though you can use the optical zoom while filming. Videoquality is excellent for a camera of this class, offering crisp video footage and audio quality,but we would have loved to see an audio input jack for an external microphone. It certainlymakes sense given the target audience of this camera.Image samplesExposure: 1/30, f/2.8, ISO 1600 Exposure: 1/40, f/5.6, ISO 6400Exposure: 1/1000, f/5.6, ISO 1000 Exposure: 1/40, f/3.2, ISO 400 (Credit: CBSi)http://www.cnet.com.au/canon-powershot-g1x-339328515.htmNow, you would get a clear picture of how canon g1x functions and a great deal to go along with it. Itis the best since Jan 18 2012 of the canon g series. One major point is its CMOS sensor image andvideo quality. For your info, CMOS sensors are used in digital slrs. So you essentially getting a digitalslr for a cheap price of USD 709.Get it now while stocks last.Author: Anthony Zheng Gao