Canon is considered by many to be the premier camera maker in the world right now and they didn’t disappoint with their latest offering, the G1X, which they were showing off last month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The G1X is the new flagship of the popular PowerShot line of cameras.
The Canon G1X boasts a very large 1.5 inch sensor, making it almost as good as an entry-level DSLR. The large sensor allows for great low-light performance and the ability to give your photos that professional-looking “background blur”. Other features include a 4x optical zoom, a rotating 3 inch LCD display, 1920 x 1080 video recording, 14-bit RAW shooting, and the ability to attach EOS accessories to the lens. That last feature is perhaps the coolest part, because now amateurs can begin experimenting with upgrading their photos without making the DSLR investment. Plus, those EOS accessories can be used later if you do decide to make the jump to a Canon DSLR.
You can expect about 250 shots out of the lithium-ion battery between charges and you can use any standard SD card. The Canon G1X will be available later this month with a MSRP of $799. Keep an eye on the Canon PowerShot site for it’s release.
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