Canon has announced the PowerShot G7 X Mark II, a 20.1 megapixel CMOS sensor equipped compact camera, will be available in May.
It is a pocket-sized camera that packs a punch by running Canon’s ‘latest and most advanced imaging processor’ DIGIC 7, allowing fast autofocus and 8 fps RAW continuous shooting.
The lens is a f1.8-f2.8 24 – 100mm which covers wide-angle and telephoto shots, capable of 4.2x optical zoom and capturing full HD (1080p) video. And as for prices, well US price is $699 ($980).
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Image sensor: 1.0 type back-illuminated CMOS, approx 20.1 megapixels, 3:2 aspect ratio, primary colour filter
Image processor: DIGIC 7
Lens: f1.8 – f2.8, 8.8 – 36.8mm (24 – 100mm), 4.2x optical zoom, 11 elements in nine groups (one double-sided aspherical lens, one single-sided aspherical UA lens, one single-sided aspherical lens, one UD lens)
ISO sensitivity: 125 – 12800
Video: Full HD (1080p)
Connectivity: Wi-Fi and NFC.