Canon PowerShot G15
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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Hi all - New guy here. I've been shooting with a Canon G15 p&s, mostly vacation shots, but am getting more serious now. I'm considering the 80D. My question is: I have access to a set of 4 lenses my better half has had for 20+ years, and I'm trying to find out whether or not these lenses will fit on the 80D. Sometimes I read things that make it seem like all Canon lenses fit all Canon cameras, and then other things seem to say not. Here's the list of her lenses: - Canon Ultrasonic EF...
I've been doing LOTS of research and comparisons, and it's been tough. I have no way to physically handle these cameras where I live, either. I'm looking for a bridge/travel camera for the usual reasons - tired of dragging all my lenses on trips (particularly less-than-a-week business trips), and I've come to dislike my Canon S120 due to it's diminutive size and lack of a viewfinder. Looking long and hard at the Canon G15 and G16, and find them appealing. I've always been a Canon guy. One...
Hi All, I recently bought the RX100M4 and I really love it coming from my Powershot g15. I am currently recording video in the mp4/1080p/60 format because the 4K video is in the XAVC format and Windows 10 won't play it. I know the Sony Playmemories Home software is supposed to be able to play it but that software doesn't seem to play well with Windows 10. Text is super small and 1080p video playback stuttered like crazy. My computer definitely has enough processing power/RAM/Video card so I...
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
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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