Canon PowerShot G1

Announced Sep 18, 2000 •
3 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 34 – 102 mm (3×)
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Superata come funzioni e risoluzione d'immagine, resta comunque un ottimo investimento (può essere acquistata unicamente usata, e il suo valore si aggira su 80-90€). Schermo ruotante (fragile e piccolo), funzioni complete (ma non eccessivamente) per quanto riguarda esposizione e autofocus, ne fanno un oggetto sufficientemente apprezzabile, anche e soprattutto in virtù del suo valore di mercato. Ottimo obiettivo Canon, anche se di escursione modesta. Problems: Schermo ruotante fragile. Lenta. ...

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Theo Lumens
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I had this camera for 7 months in 2000 / 2001. Well build. Many features, pleasing even the professional. Problems: A really slow start-up, too slow for me. The main disappointment was the harsh 'blue fringing' that could be seen in many images. This was unacceptable to me and the main reason I sold it.

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Very good for amateurs who are starting to get serious about their photography. Some of my G1 pictures can be found here: http://www.photo.net/shared/community-member?user_id=350641 Problems: No problems encountered.

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boni bonev
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I bought this camera 3 months ago and I can say that I'm not satisfied.Very slow start up time,and extremely poor autofocus....Nikon 990 is much better....

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yugo
 
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Canon G1 is my first DC.i think it's good! Problems: color is not as good as sony .and it's too heavy!

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T Blair
 
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14 months and 3000 pix user of the G1. The camera has an excellent build quality and extensive features for the Pro-Am user. The G1's now ubiquitous lens was revolutionary and fast (f2-2.5) when new. It is still a big selling feature. The ajustability of the camera for exposure and flash compensation rival most high-end film camera, although the menu takes a little time to navagate. I used this camera right along side my EOS3 and sometimes use it instead of a polaroid back (which ...

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I purchased my G1 over a year ago. It worked well to start with and I took a lot of pictures with it (7000) I am a real fan of canon cameras having used EOS slrs for years. But I have been disappointed with the focusing particularly at close range and recently the camera developed an electrical fault when I was changing batteries. Having searched the internet...I have found other reports of G1s doing this. Canon wanted to charge almost £400 to mend the fault. This seems to be their standard ...

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Great value even with issues. I use for scientific and archival work. After 12 months, still shooting at my 130,000th picture. GREAT value for resolution, color, and image quality at ISO50 with my work load. Zoom function failed 8 months in, and I now use remote control to change the zoom level when the zoom lever is affixed to one side. Started clean, but now 6 hot&dead pixels with age. After 6 months, sometimes shuts itself down at random (on power supply) at average 1,500 shots per ...

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I've had two refurbished models that I bought from B&H photo. The first one developed a hot pixel after about 3 weeks sent it back to the company and they sent another one. This one, after 1 week developed a black spot on the LCD display. Quality? The chromatic abberation is something to be astounded by. I cannot believe a "pro" quality digital camera for its time would produce pictures this bad. The autofocus is terrible at times when doing macro like work. The start up times are slow, ...

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I have this camera for over 9 months and for far i love it. The best. Problems: none

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