Over the last couple of months, we have seen several mirrorless cameras emerge from key camera brands such as Canon and Nikon, and some of them become really sophisticated at what they do.

Now, Canon exhibits a preview regarding its’ brand new mirrorless camera – Photographers. The camera appears very similar to other active G-series models, however it provides some different, fascinating features. It has a big sensor and a 4 zoom lens (equivalent to 28-112mm). In addition, it has a number of manual controls (that’s one thing quite common to G-series). Canon says that it will be a perfect companion to a high-end DSLR camera. The price cited for this camera is about $799.

The sensor inside G1X is 18.7 x 14mm, so it’s a bit smaller than the one utilized in DSLR cameras, however bigger than in most compacts. Since the sensor in G1X is simply bit smaller than within DSLRs, we may assume a very high quality images from this camera.

G1X isn’t supposed to replace G12, while they have a lot in common. It is just a supplement for the line of Canon camcorders. An aperture range in G1X is quite good at the same time – F2.8-5.8. And quite compact in proportions thanks to fixed zoom lens on the camera.

We all shall expect some tests from the camera quickly. And, because it is the G-series camera, it launches Raw!

Anyone seeing the emergence involving mirrorless interchangeable lens video cameras will have spent much of the last year patiently awaiting Canon and Nikon to exhibit their hands. Nikon clearly decided such video cameras didn’t need huge sensors, and now it appears Canon has determined they don’t need identified lenses. Both these moves make sense for companies wanting dedicated professional photographers to keep buying Digital slrs, but Canon’s approach may very well be of more interest to people enthusiasts.

The Canon Powershot G1 A may look like the business’s existing G-series compacts, but is an extremely different prospect. It’s actually a large sensor digicam with a flexible 28-112mm-equivalent, 4 zoom lens and considerable manual controls. The business says it sees it as a digicam for photographers whom already have a high stop DSLR such as a 5D Mark II or 7D, but at a price of $799, we believe it’ll appeal considerably more widely than which. After repeated waves of cameras aimed at point-and-shoot upgraders, it’s heartening to see the camera really dwelling up to the accounts receivable of a ‘serious compact.A

The sensor in the G1 X is Eighteen.7 x 14mm, which suggests it’s 20% smaller than the particular sensors Canon utilizes in most of its DSLRs. However it’s a little larger than the Four Thirds dimension used by Olympus and Panasonic, and most 4x the area with the Fujifilm X10’s sensor. Noticeably, it’s pixel count is also all around 20% lower than Canon’s 18MP DSLR chip – supporting its assertion that its design is closely related, with the same underlying pixel layout. This can only bode effectively, given the high quality benefits that cameras including the EOS 7D can develop.

On top of this the G1 X offers almost all of the intensive external controls that appear on the G12 – a camera that is itself the product of many generations of evolution. The only reservation we now have about the G12 is that there may be an awful lot of digicam for such a little sensor – so the combination of G-series build quality and ergonomics with a sensor to complement that capability is extremely promising. The G1 X doesn’t replace the actual G12, but instead supplements this in Canon’s lineup, introducing a new tier to the G series.

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