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Canon Powershot G5X Mark II

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Canon Powershot G5 X Mark II Compact Camera

8th July 2019. Welcome to the Canon G5X Mark II. The following video is Canon's introduction to the latest G5 X. You should also note that Canon has also announced today a new G7 X Mark III. You will find links to the G7 X Mark III on this page.

And now the specs ...

Compact, Premium Quality and Expert Control. Your Perfect Companion As An Everyday Shooter.

The Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II has been an ideal compact camera for the serious photo enthusiast since its introduction, a great companion for the EOS DSLR or EOS R-series mirrorless user who wants a compact yet powerful camera for travel and similar situations. With the introduction of the Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II, a host of new developments make it even more suited for demanding users.

Oozing the iconic G-series DNA, the PowerShot G5 X MII allows you to explore photography like a professional. The 1" 20.1MP Stacked CMOS sensor paired with the exceptional speed of a DIGIC 8 processor and full manual controls makes for a perfect companion as an everyday camera.

The PowerShot G5 X Mark II features 4K 30p movies with no crop and Full HD 120p for slow motion shooting. With built in Wi-Fi & Bluetooth, it’s easy to transfer your photos and movies to your smart device and share directly with social networks.

From sweeping landscapes, to up-close portraits, the PowerShot G5 X MII’s 24- 120mm wide-angle, ultra-bright f/1.8 - 2.8, 5x zoom lens, with 9-blade aperture, will help you capture stunning shots with beautiful background blur.

Switch between the LCD screen and the Pop-up 2.36 Million pixel Electronic Viewfinder if you prefer a DSLR feel with full control. 3” Touch Panel LCD tilts up 180 degrees & allows you to quickly select AF points, take photos via Touch Shutter & review your images simply by swiping.

Capture every single moment with RAW burst shooting mode at an outstanding 30fps with 0.5 seconds of pre-shooting as well as continuous shooting at 20fps (one shot) and 8.0fps (servo)

The Canon Powershot G5 X Mark II Compact Camera comes with a full 2 year Australian warranty.

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE Australia wide. We look forward to helping you take a better photo soon. Thank you

Additional Information

Name Canon Powershot G5X Mark II
Manufacturer Canon
Special Price $1,252.00
Product Type Compact Camera
Sensor Resolution 20 megapixels
Sensor Type CMOS
Sensor Size 1 inch
Optical Zoom Factor 5x
Digital Zoom Factor 4x
Highest Burst Frame Rate 30.0 fps
Fastest Shutter Speed 1/25600 sec
Video Recording Yes
Maximum Video Resolution 4K
Built-in Flash Yes
Still Image Recording Yes
Image Stabilisation Yes
Raw File Capable Yes
Microphone Input Jack No
Battery Type lithium-ion
Battery Model NB-13L
Built-In Mic No
Built-In Light No
Headphone Jack No
Built-In Speaker Yes
Touch Screen Yes
LCD Screen Size 3 inch
Optical Viewfinder No
Live View Mode Yes
Self Timer Function Yes
Lens Minimum Focussing Distance 5 cm
Lens Starting Focal Length 24 mm
Lens Ending Focal Length 120 mm
Lens Maximum Aperture F1.8–2.8
Memory Card Slot SD
Memory Card Type SD, SDHC, SDXC
Wi-Fi Enabled Yes
Snowproof No
Video Format MPEG-4, H.264
Product Weight 340 grams
External Length 111 mm
External Height 61 mm
External Depth 46 mm
Warranty Period 2 Years

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