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PowerShot G6 1 Review

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The 7.1-megapixel Canon PowerShot G6 is the successor to last year's popular PowerShot G5 and is over 10% smaller. The G6 features 12 shooting modes and a new ergonomic design with all of the key controls falling under the fingertips of the right hand, which wraps around a comfortable rubberised grip. The clear, anti-reflective vari-angle color LCD is now 2.0-inch display. The G6 also offers simultaneous RAW and JPEG recording, with selectable JPEG file resolution, improved image quality, up to 55% faster AF speed than its predecessor and the start-up time is improved by approximately 30%.


Specifications

 Max resolution   :   3072 x 2304
 Low resolution   :   2592 x 1944, 2048 x 1536, 1600 x 1200, 640 x 480
 Image ratio w:h  :    4:3
 Effective pixels   :   7.1 million
 Sensor photo detectors  :    7.1 million
 Sensor size  :    1/1.8 " (7.18 x 5.32 mm)
 Sensor type  :    CCD
 Colour filter array   :   RGB
 Sensor manufacturer   :   Unknown
 ISO rating  :    Auto, 50, 100, 200, 400
 Zoom wide (W)  :    35 mm
 Zoom tele (T)  :    140 mm (4 x)
 Digital zoom   :   Yes, x4.1
 Image stabilization   :   No
 Auto Focus   :   Yes
 Manual Focus  :    Yes
 Auto focus type    :  TTL, 9-point, FlexiZone
 Normal focus range   :   50 cm
 Macro focus range  :    5 cm /15 cm
 White balance override  :    6 positions & manual preset
 Aperture range    :  F2.0 – F3.0 / F8
 Min shutter  :    15 sec
 Max shutter   :   1/2000 sec
 Built-in Flash  :    Yes
 Flash guide no.  :    5.0 m (16.4 ft) 0 m
 External flash   :   Yes, hot-shoe
 Flash modes   :   Auto, Fill-in, Red-Eye reduction, Slow Sync, Off
 Exposure compensation  :    -2 EV to +2 EV in 1/3 EV steps
 Metering  :    Evaluative, Center Weighted, Spot
 Aperture priority   :   Yes
 Shutter priority   :   Yes
 Focal length multiplier       
 Lens thread   :   Yes, optional 58 mm adapter
 Continuous Drive    :  Yes, 1.2 fps, 2.0 fps (max 14 images)
 Movie Clips  :    Yes, 640 x 480, audio, max 30 sec
 Remote control   :   InfraRed included
 Tripod mount  :    Yes
 Self-timer   :   2 or 10 sec
 Timelapse recording   :   Yes
 Orientation sensor   :   Yes
 Storage types  :    Compact Flash (Type I or II)
 Storage included    :  32 MB CompactFlash
 Uncompressed format   :   RAW
 Compressed format  :    JPEG (EXIF 2.2)
 Quality Levels   :   RAW, Super-Fine Fine, Normal
 Viewfinder   :   Optical
 LCD   :   2.0 " (flip-out & twist)
 LCD Pixels  :    118,000
 Video out   :   Yes
 USB  :    Yes
 Firewire (IEEE 1394)  :    No
 Battery / Charger  :    Yes
 Battery   :   Canon Lithium-Ion & charger
 Weight (inc. batteries)   :   467 g (16.5 oz)
 Dimensions   :   105 x 73 x 73 mm (4.1 x 2.9 x 2.9 in)

Review

The vari-angle 2.0” color LCD monitor rotates fully to allow for shooting with the camera close to the floor or high in the air. The display automatically shows a mirror image for easy self portraits. 2x to 10x magnification playback allows fast, detailed image review to confirm focus accuracy.
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