Canon Powershot G5X Digital Camera
Here is a side by side comparison between the new Powershot G5X and the G7X
The first PowerShot G-Series camera to incorporate a full-featured 2.36 million dot electronic viewfinder, the amazing PowerShot G5 X camera makes it simple to compose, set and capture high-quality stills and video without taking your eye away from the camera.
For photography in the glare of bright sunlight, recording HD Video in an auditorium and other situations where the lighting is difficult or using the LCD monitor is inconvenient, the PowerShot G5 X’s electronic viewfinder helps enable unfettered operation.
Full control is made simple with dedicated dials situated around the camera that let you easily customize and control the settings.
What’s more, helpful features like a built-in accessory hot shoe and a multi-angle, capacitive touch screen monitor serve to create an experience as unique as the subject being recorded. With its phenomenal and large imaging sensor, its marvelous electronic viewfinder and comprehensive operation, the PowerShot G5 X can deliver performance that’s easy to see.
Impressive Speed, Resolution and Quality
At the heart of the PowerShot G5 X camera is a brilliant 1.0-inch 20.2 Megapixel* High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor. Physically larger than the sensors found in most compact cameras, the PowerShot G5 X’s sensor works in tandem with Canon’s DIGIC 6 Image Processor to quickly deliver gorgeous, high-resolution images with nuanced details, plus impressive low-light performance with a low signal-to-noise ratio and minimal noise and distortion. Suitable for tremendous enlargements, significant cropping and many other applications appealing to the advanced photographer, images and video captured on the PowerShot G5 X’s sensor are engineered to impress even the most critical eye.
Dynamic Optical Performance for Excellent Results
To take advantage of its large, 1.0-inch imaging sensor, the PowerShot G5 X camera has a sharp and versatile 4.2x Optical Zoom lens. With a 35mm equivalent range of 24–100mm it’s equally suitable for landscapes, portraits, group photographs and even close-up photography. Designed to perform in numerous lighting situations, the PowerShot G5 X’s lens has a bright maximum aperture of f/1.8 for low light performance, a 9-blade aperture for beautiful, blurred background detail and is engineered to focus from distances as close as 2.0 in. The PowerShot G5 X’s lens works in concert with the camera’s sensor and image processor to reliably deliver sharp images from edge to edge and from wide-angle to telephoto, all tailored to meet the exacting standards of even critical photographers.
Sharp, Fast and Colorful for Optimal Performance
The PowerShot G5 X camera’s defining feature is its unique, high-definition electronic viewfinder. It’s great for photographers who prefer to hold the camera up to their eye, and is a veritable lifesaver in bright light and when composing on the camera’s LCD screen is inconvenient or overly conspicuous. Featuring 2.36 million dots, and with a wide color gamut, it provides a high-contrast, realistic and smooth edge-to-edge view for image composition, adjustment and review. Designed for sustained use, it delivers 100% image coverage, a smooth refresh rate up to 120 frames-per-second (Smooth Mode) and a flexible information display that can enable comfortable camera operation throughout the day. Its 22mm eyepoint delivers excellent visibility, even when wearing glasses, and a built-in eye sensor helps the PowerShot G5 X to transfer quickly between the viewfinder display and Live View on the camera’s LCD.
Take Control, with Ease
Designed for speedy operation while looking through the viewfinder, the PowerShot G5 X camera features a host of controls for quick, accurate settings and adjustments. Beyond its Vari-angle touch panel LCD monitor, the PowerShot G5 X features a front dial situated on the front of the camera for operation with the index finger, a top-mounted, thumb-operated exposure compensation dial, a rear-mounted control dial plus a control ring around the camera’s lens. Eminently customizable, each dial has an optimized operating torque that helps to identify it by feel, for sustained, intuitive and near-silent operation in quiet situations like weddings and performances.
Compact Performance, Easily Expandable
The PowerShot G5 X camera’s hot shoe enables expanded operations for advanced photography. It’s compatible with all Speedlite flashes for the EOS System, so bounce flash and multiple-flash photography is easy to achieve. Whether attaching a Speedlite flash or the Remote Switch RS-60E3 for long exposures or night scenes, the PowerShot G5 X’s hot shoe can help provide shooting opportunities far beyond the scope of most compact cameras.
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|Name||Canon Powershot G5X Digital Camera|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0510C001|
|Product Type||Digital Compact Camera|
|Sensor Resolution||20 megapixels|
|Sensor Size||1 inch|
|Optical Zoom Factor||4.4x|
|Digital Zoom Factor||4x|
|Highest Burst Frame Rate||Up to 5.9 fps at 20.2 MP|
|Fastest Shutter Speed||1/2000|
|Maximum Video Resolution||1080p|
|Minimum ISO Sensitivity||125|
|Maximum ISO Sensitivity||12800|
|Still Image Recording||Yes|
|Raw File Capable||Yes|
|Microphone Input Jack||Yes|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 3.6 VDC, 1250 mAh|
|LCD Screen Size||3 inch|
|Live View Mode||Yes|
|Self Timer Function||Yes|
|Lens Minimum Focussing Distance||5.08 cm|
|Lens Ending Focal Length||Macro: 5.08 cm - 48.77 cm|
|Lens Minimum Aperture||f/1.8 (W) - 2.8 (T)|
|Memory Card Slot||SD|
|Memory Card Type||SD, SDHC, SDXC|
|Video Format||MP4, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264|
|Product Weight||377 grams|
|External Length||113 mm|
|External Height||77 mm|
|External Depth||45 mm|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
Questions on Canon Powershot G5X Digital Camera
- Question From JS at 11/11/2015 9:54 AM