Canon PowerShot G10

Announced Sep 17, 2008 •
15 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
BruceBorowski
 
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Amazing macro.................... in case camera users haven't clued in yet.........all cameras have their weaknesses and strengths but are designed and built for a specific purpose. There will never be the perfect camera that can do it all. It is impossible. I like this camera a lot and I've only taken 20 - 30 pics. I picked one up on kijiji for $200 what a deal.It is spotless. If you are as picky as I am, it always pays to wait and listen for 2-3 years to get to the truth about a camera. ...

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enddiejp
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Saya menggunakan kadang sebagai kamera cadangan. dan selalu dibawa dalam pemotretan dalam berbagai situasi. Canon PowerShoot G10 merupakan kamera terbaik dengan kualitas gambar sangan bagus. Sangat menguntungkan memiliki kamera ini. Kamera Canon PowerShoot G10 masih sangat bagus dibandingkan yang lain. Problems: no problems

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Best Point and shoot camera. I got it at 400$. I have taken over 5000 pics so far. This is the best camera you can taken, when you do not wish to carry big SLRs.

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pifa
 
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I upgraded my G9 by buying this then new G10 with a much needed wider lens and better battery performance but it turns out that this camera is not reliable enough (dead captor), and that the 14 million pix don't bring any image improvement, only creating heavier files that fill memory cards and computer too quickly. Also the image quality is good only at 80 ASA setting. Grain appears above that and in dinner light conditions. Excellent for macro photo even though manual focus is not that easy ...

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wksoh
 
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Very Sharp Macro - best compact macro I can find - better macro than S90. Outdoor shots outperform other compacts. Lovely controls - very addictive - best among compacts. Battery life is wonderful - I could shoot 2 fulls days on tour - it never lets me down. Very good lens... for a compact. No lens cap - nice. Problems: Biggest and heaviest compact?! Colors not as bright as S90. Low light photography - shutter not as fast. ISO can't use above 400.

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I have had this wonderful camera for over three months now. It is excellent for my needs. Great solid build, easy to handle. The large LCD is no problem when shooting overhead shots too. You can see the screen and the subject easily. Face detection, red eye removal, trimming...the camera has it all. I added my own elasticised wrist strap. Works great. I have no problem with low light indoor shots with or without flash. I would recommend this camera to anyone as a perfect second ...

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Astonishing imaging machine for both the price & size. I originally bought it as a every day carry about, fits nicely in leather jacket pocket. I've began using it for fashion shoots. Canon Broke some rules and found the soul of its subject. Buy the G10, regardless of your current skills; it's an amazing machine that delivers constant iq & fun. Problems: Short battery life...buy extra batteries & problem solved.

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OlegDulin
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A few years ago I had the original Digital Rebel. I always had it in Auto or P modes and I didn't really know what I was doing. Problem with SLRs is that they are bulky, require too much thought into deciding which lenses to bring, etc. After awhile it became long in the tooth, so I sold it and the lenses and decided that SLRs aren't really for me. I replaced it with Panny FZ50 and then when I decided even that it is too much of a pain I got the G10 early this year. G10 is a camera whose ...

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Double Dust
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The wide angle is perfect, mr. mellowpaul. We like it. Ansell Adams made no pictures in small spaces and is dead. We look forward to the G11 for his better (less pixels) performance in low light. Problems: none

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mellowpaul
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The bottom line is that the image quality is poor for all but the narrowest range of shooting conditions (ISO 80, bright light, close-in subject matter). Also, the focal length is too short; they should have kept the 210 mm equivalent of the G9. Canon is finally acknowledging the cause of the poor image quality by lowering the number of pixels significantly on the upcoming G11. Too bad they cannot up the focal length. We do not need such a wide angle at the low end; Ansell Adams said ...

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