'The Canon PowerShot G3 X is a very competent fixed-lens compact, which will get you much better results than your average superzoom bridge camera. '
'The built-in flash worked well indoors, with no red-eye and good overall exposure, although there's noticeable vignetting at 24mm. '
'High-quality 24-600mm lens'
'No mic input.'
'The RAW files were also excellent, with usable images throughout the entire range of ISO 200-6400.'
'Picture quality up to ISO 3200.'
'Touchscreen LCD would be nice to have in this type of camera.'
A bit like a bigger version of the Pentax K-3
Canon seems to have returned to top premium compact form with the updated version of its G1 X camera.
Canon has made significant changes to the body of the G1X, but are they for the better?
The Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II’s photo quality is excellent and videos are improved. We have no problems recommending it.
Is Canon’s flagship compact digital camera the answer to photographers’ prayers
A back to basics compact system camera from the premium manufacturer
One of the most stylish, well designed cameras you will ever meet
There are more affordable and even better options than the Leica T, but you aren't buying just any ordinary camera.
Leica's first interchangeable-lens APS-C hybrid
Renders extremely good photos for its class
Compact, In-body stabilization, Fast autofocus
Image quality is unsurprisingly excellent
Beautifully-styled and built, with lots of external controls
High quality electronic viewfinder, Classic camera styling
Very small, Bright rear LCD, Sharp kit lens
Looks great and is a lot of fun
Good image quality, although not consistent
Truly compact system camera and easily pocketable lenses
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