ThePartaker: The screen tilts up and down. It also has a 3 step neutral density filter built in.There also seems to be provision for a filter attachment and teleconverter to increase the lens reach but one is not shown.For details see: http://www.canon.co.uk/For_Home/Product_Finder/Cameras/Digital_Camera/PowerShot/powershot_g1x_mark_ii/?WT.ac=SS_G1XMarkii_UK#p-accessories5
Thank you! Thank you also yabokkie! Why DPR don't precise it? Am I the only guy looking for precise use of articulated screen?Now I think this camera is close to the camera I wish.
@DPR: It would be interesting you precise in your specs if screen tilting is only one way, upward or downward, or both. I was interested by Sony RX100, but when at shop I saw that tilting was only upward, I gave up.
What a pity!Many years I am waiting such a camera: good all-around compact with a large sensor and with a swivelling screen . I said it when GX1 came that I will hope a good GX2 to come. It's here but swivelling screen disapears.Canon prefers copy Sony with its RX100. Selfy is so important!
Please, can it tilt downward to shoot above heads ?
Very useful, even if French keyboard is different.But I don't catch Point 5. New Layer as history ???
What mean "minimum focusing distance of 39cm" and " working distance is 14.7cm" ?
Panasonic DMC XS3, announced on july 2013, never came and has disapeared from your database.
G15 announced Sep 2012, reviewed Nov 2012P7700 announced Aug 2012, just reviewed here May 2013
Why publish that before Nikon P7700 review?
Manufacturers of cameras do not provide references of sensors?
I do not catch. Is it a new sensor for future cameras or is it used in to-day cameras as the P7700?