Canon PowerShot G10 review

The Powershot G10 finally gets reviewed. Here are the main features of this expensive compact camera.At the first glance the canon G10 looks very similar to its older brother canon G9 but in a deeper view there really are some significant changes.

As it seems the crazy megapixel race continues, with the canon G10 now offering a 14.7 megapixel sensor – up from the G9’s 12.1 megapixels – also G10 is equipped with Canon’s new DIGIC 4 image processor, which promises faster operation and improved image quality.

G10 now offers a new dedicated Exposure Compensation Dial and a dual ISO shooting mode dial
The placed on top of the camera. The LCD screen remains the same in size as canon G9, 3 inches, but the resolution has been doubled to 461 000 dots.lens now offer 5x zoom (28-140mm) instead of 6x that had the G9, they also offer a wider angle of view 28mm VS 35mm that the G9 has.

The new G10 has a new improved Face Detection system, New i-Contrast system for increasing the dynamic range, 1 cm macro mode, Servo AF mode to adjust focusing continuously on moving objects, My Colors Mode that allows special in-camera colour effects and an improved Face Detection system

The new G10 retains the same RAW shooting mode, optical image stabilizer to help combat camera-shake, optical viewfinder, flash hotshoe, ISO range of 80-3200, and 26 different shooting modes including Shutter-priority, Aperture-priority and Manual shooting modes for those who desire greater control. 640×480 pixel movies at 30fps, specification.

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