Canon G Series | Canon G10 and Canon G11

No unfamiliar to Canon G-series lovers, the PowerShot G12 looks almost identical to its older sibling, the G11, with the exception of a new front-mounted jog dial.
5 Stars – A supremely capable digital compact that edges its rivals in most of the areas that count

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Canon G Series – Canon G-12

At an MRP of Rs. 31,995, the G12 is costly. Entry level dSLR cameras are cheaper, and will give you better results. The G12 is as good as, or better than, most compact cameras, but it is also pricey enough to warrant second thought. At this price point, an ultra zoom would be better value. Need a compact camera? Buy an SX120 IS or thereabouts, and save a lot of dough. Need better image quality? Get a dSLR.

At an MRP of Rs. 31,995, the G12 is costly. More so than an entry-level dSLR with kit lens, that will offer better image quality and less noise. However, this doesn’t mean the G12 is dead in the water, for it’s aimed at users who want a lot of manual controls and a smaller, lighter body. It offers good performance for every day shooting, and at base ISO’s does a darn decent job. Ergonomics are not top notch, but there a wealth of manual options will please those looking for more control over their shots. It is better than most other compact cameras, however, it costs three times as much. In the end, the price tag cannot be justified. If you’re looking for a compact camera, buy something else, and save a lot of dough. If you’re looking for higher performance, buy a dSLR. Sound familiar?
Specifications: Sensor: 10-megapixel, CCD; ISO range: 80-3200; Aperture range: f2.8-f4.5; zoom: 28-140 (5x); weight: 401 grams
Features: 7.5
Performance: 7
Build: 7
Value: 5
Overall: 6.5

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Canon G Series

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Thanks to its easy operation and adroit balance of strong performance, helpful hardware, and fun shooting modes, the 10-megapixel Canon PowerShot G12 ($500 as of January 3, 2011) earned our top pick in a recent roundup of five advanced point-and-shoot cameras. The G12 received the best overall scores in our image-quality tests–a result that merely scratches the surface of the camera’s appeal.

The G12 turned in the best scores of the bunch in PCWorld Labs’ subjective tests for image and video quality, with especially impressive marks for exposure quality, color accuracy, and video quality. It was judged superior in all three of those categories, as well as in overall imaging and in video. The camera’s battery life is good; according to the Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA), which conducts standardized battery testing for all major cameras, the G12 captured 370 shots per charge with its LCD turned on.

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Canon PowerShot G11

90% – The G11 is DSLR-expensive, but you can’t fault the pictures it takes.

The G11 is an intimidating camera. Hand it to someone inexperienced and it’s likely they’ll hand it straight back. The top is scattered with dials controlling everything from the shooting mode, exposure compensation and even – unusually – ISO.
This is a double-edged sword. On the one hand it makes the G11 – already the biggest, heaviest camera here – about as user-friendly as a Boeing 747, at least for beginners. On the other hand, for photographers who understand the basics, it makes setting up a shot and compensating for different subjects and lighting conditions an absolute snap.

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Canon TC-DC58B Tele Converter review

  • Requires Conversion Lens Adapter LAH-DC20
  • Magnification: 1.5x
  • Rear mount diameter: 58mm
  • Front mount diameter: None
  • Construction: 5 elements in 3 groups
  • Dimensions: 2.8 inches in diameter and 2.6 inches long
  • Weight: 6 ounces

Source: Lens Auction

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The folks out at Canon have done it again, folks, but this time there’s a caveat–I don’t recommend this for anything but the advanced photographer because it’s really kind of a handful. Today I’m talking about the Canon G11.
The Canon G11 is a ten megapixel camera that offers a 5x optical zoom (with a 20x digital zoom), a 2.8 inch LCD display, DIGIC 4 image processor, image stabilization, face detection, a variety of scene modes and a panorama mode, a nine-point autofocus, white balance modes and auto flash, a variety of special effects, a wide variety of supported storage media (including Secure Digital and MultiMediaCard), USB interface with AV outlets, the capability to print directly from the camera without aid of a PC and editing software.

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Albert is back at the Canon booth looking at two new point and shoots, the G11 and S90. The G11comes with a 5x zoom, 10 megapixels and a movable screen. The S90 is a smaller form factor but carries the same 10 megapixels but with no articulated screen.

Source: Camera Markets

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  • This product is for Canon PowerShot G11.
  • Micro Solution uses super-low refractive index, anti-reflective material, and high nanoparticle dispersion technology, to produce the highest quality film. It doesnt alter colors and allows the correct assessment of focus, sharpness, contrast, white balance, and color harmony.
  • Our film is not thick, but it is hard enough to guard against most casual scratches. Our film has anti-static treatment, which repels dust. Our film is not glue-based, so even when you remove it, you will find no residue on the LCD surface.
  • This product comes with 2 sets of films and a micro-fiber cloth, made of excellent quality in Japan by Micro Solution. More information on this and other Micro Solution products can be found at
  • Instructions are in Japanese. If you have any problem using this product, please go to our Website for instructions in English.

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Japanese manufacturer Lumos, known for its X-Loupe portable microscope camera, has unveiled an attachment for the Canon PowerShot G11 shooter that lets users snap closeup shots. Expected to launch in Japan this May, the ring light attachment will also be compatible with the PowerShot G9 and G10, as well as the Ricoh GXR.

Source: Cnet

Canon G11 CP+

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