Today Canon unveiled their all new PowerShot G1 X, a revolutionary new compact camera with a large CMOS sensor, intended to produce DSLR quality images in a much more compact format.
““Created for professional and serious photographers, the PowerShot G1 X creates a prestigious new category at the top of Canon’s legendary G-series line-up, and redefines the
performance achievable from a compact camera.
A high-quality camera in its own right or the perfect complement to a professional DSLR, the PowerShot G1 X combines EOS sensor technology with DIGIC 5 processing power, a new precision Canon lens and extensive manual control – creating the finest compact camera Canon has ever produced. Designed to be highly portable, the PowerShot G1 X features a zoom lens which retracts into a discreet, robust metal body, providing photographers with an unimposing camera that delivers high quality images and superior handling.””
Key features of the new camera are listed here below:
– Large 14.3 MP CMOS, DIGIC 5, HS System
– Compact 4x zoom; Intelligent IS
– 7.5 cm (3.0″) vari-angle LCD; OVF
– Full Manual, RAW, DPP
– Full HD, HDMI
– High-speed Burst HQ
– Smart Auto
– Extensive accessories
– HDR mode and ND filter
– Optional 40m waterproof case
We love the looks of the new camera and the features also seem very convincing. Hopefully we can soon try it out!
The Canon PowerShot G1 X will release February 2012 and is priced at 800 USD.