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Canon PowerShot G15

Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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The camera is set to AV, f5.6,auto ISO. Firing the flash on the hotshoe gives completely burnt out pictures, the only way I can get anything resembling acceptable is to reduce the flash output on the camera to 1/64, even in bounce mode. What am I doing wrong? Thanks
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My G15 has developed a fault in its lens cover. The upper segments open and close but the lower ones are stuck open. Fortunately I have a lens cap that fits, but I'd rather fix the camera. Does anyone know if the works are reasonably easy to get at. It might require a replacement part, but I'm hoping it's just a matter of something having come adrift that can be put back. --AlbertEvery photograph is an abstraction from reality.Most people are more interested in the picture than the image.
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Hi, is here someone who has experience with G15 and WP DC-48 underwater housing. More exactly for taking pictures on rainy days (or heavenly showers). My last touch camera broke (IQ was not good in those conditions), so I opted for this combination (already have an G15 and the housing was in sale). Occasionally for use in pool or sea (just swimming, taking family portraits) Thanks in advance --Dogs are the best human.Guy
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By: pearcesn (3 months ago)
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I have a Canon Powershot G15 that I purchased from a local camera shop in 2012.  About a year ago the buttons on the back (menu, trash, wheel, etc.) stopped working.  I could turn the camera on and take a picture but could not use the zoom or any of the functions contained on the back panel.  I took it back to the store and they offered to send it in to Canon; they told me since it was past the warranty I would probably be charged for the repair.  To my surprise when I picked up the camera I...
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in a quick scan through the specs, I see the zoom is much better than the Sony RX10 II, but the RX10 has a much faster shutter speed (1/32,000). Is there any chance a future software upgrade on the Canon would improve that (1/2,000)? Even my G15 has 1/4,000. I'd like high shutter speed with the high zoom. Thanks!
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Hi all If right after I took a shot I tweak the zoom control, instead of the lens actually zooming, I get a zoomed preview of the pic I just shot. I have to half press the shutter to make it disappear. On my Canon G15 if I do that there is little lag before it actually respond but that's all. Randomly, right after I took a shot too, when I quickly move the camera (for example from landscape to portrait) I get in the EVF a kind of mosaic of thumbnails. I found the same clumsy remedy. How to...
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By: Balalad (3 months ago)
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Am going to a night time outdoor wedding, post ceremony there will be the usual dancing, so was wondering if anyone has used this combination of camera and flash in similar circumstances and if so were the results acceptable.thanks
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We'll be heading to SF this summer for a week's vacation (possibly June or July). We'll be flying, so I want to pack light, and was wondering what to take. My husband is currently planning the trip,so I'm not sure what sites we're actually going to, but probably the usual touristy places as well as Fort Point. My gear consists of the Canon Rebel XS with the 18-55IS; Tamron 70-300 and canon 10-22, and the Canon G15 - which my husband will probably use.  I was thinking of renting the Canon...
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Hi all I am a newbie on the forum and I am considering buying the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10. It has excellent reviews, in particular on DPR. I had up to now Canons G10 and G15 whose view finder amounts to nothing and I am in a need for a camera with a good one. I couldn't find precise information about the RX10's EVF, including on Sony's sites. Would you please answer a couple of questions: [List][*]I read its resolution is 1,440,000 px “only” and therefore it's not very precise. How bad, or...
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By: guydr (9 months ago)
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Hi folks, Can the G15 handle well sub-zero temperatures? The camera dangling around my neck, while making long strolls, hold the battery his juice long enough? I have 2 reserve battey's with me in my backpack just in case, hope this is enough for a day walk. Guy
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