Canon PowerShot G7

Announced Sep 14, 2006 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 35 – 210 mm (6×)
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I'm looking for the person who posted some images on this website and also provided a link to his/her flickr website. He/she has posted 38 pictures take with the FZ200 and they are fantastic pictures with great composition, focus, color, and contrast. These are some of the best pictures I've seen that were taken with the FZ200. His/her ID on Flickr is,..." nicodimus22". I'd like to communicate with him/her and gain more information about those shots. I hope he/she doesn't mind but I'm posting...
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By: rhtK7 (1 month ago)
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I'm looking to replace my 6 year old 17 inch Toshiba laptop. I want a 17 inch screen, a minimum of 1TB hard drive, and a flash drive of 250 kb for fast program loading and access. What looks like my first choice at the moment is an Asus G750. This laptop is mainly designed for gaming, which requires a fast processor and large screen. In reading many reviews of it, several reviewers commented on the screen showing light gray lines when viewing photos for editing. I'm wondering if anyone either...
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Hello, I am new to the NEX system with the A6000 and 16/50 and 55/210. The 16/50 zooms using an internal, electronic motor controlled by a zoom ring on the lens.  To me, this is far less accurate than using a zoom ring to manually zoom the lens - same effort, more accurate.  I always seem to be hunting for the focal length that I want. Am I missing something here?  Is there some way to zoom the lens using camera controls or via remote?  I have an old Canon G7 and I keep wanting to use the...
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Hello all, Ive read numerous reviews over the last few days, and watched a load of g6 YouTube videos, but I can't seem to find out if Peaking is active/usable etc when using the ETC option...whilst shooting video?. I am also curious to know if the rocker/toggle switch can be either completely disabled, or whether it can be used for activating the ETC option? This camera would ONLY be used with my Nikon {legacy} tele's. Ive decided the g6 will replace my gh2 {mainly for its 1080/50p option},...
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By: C Sean (6 months ago)
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Sorry for the silly question but I had zero experience with the GH series and I had no interest in creating videos. That said if I purchased a GH4 will I see any true benefits over the G7? I know the G7 specs haven't been publish or the camera revealed, but it's most likely to be almost on par with the GX7.
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Hey all, I just received the XT-1 with the 18-55mm lens this morning. Loving the size and build quality so far. Is it normal for the EVF and the LCD to flicker in poor/certain lighting situation? I was very surprised by this when I walked a poorly lit room (Lit by one 2W G7powerLED lamp). I immediately thought this was a limitation of the EVF, but to my surprise again, my X100s's EVF and LCD does not flicker in the same lighting. On the XT-1, it looks like the screen is trying to refresh...
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Does anybody have an information when the sucessor of the Panasonic G7 will be announced. What will the specs be? --allways look on the bright side of live!
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..my digital camera stable now consists of four decent cameras. Did my homework and after much debating I started out with a CANON G12 which I still love, two years ago. Very satisfied with the CANON G 12 and a while I felt I needed to grow move into another direction with inter-changeable lenses. That led to getting a NIKON D5100 (usa) with the 18-55mm kit lens, after which I added the 55-200mm tele and the 35mm 1.8. Love this camera and the IQ from the DX format. This year I added the LUMIX...
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So technically this is two unrelated questions, but two threads seemed wasteful...     I am aware that the only m43 camera on the market with onboard panorama sticking is the Panasonic G6, however I read that Olympus's RAW software (PC) will automate the process if you use their panorama assist mode on the camera. Has anyone tried this workflow (i.e. panorama assist and then stitch automatically in post)? How does it hold together? Is it "automatic" relative to things like Sony's amazing...
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By: vcjester (Jun 20, 2013)
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I currently have a Tenba Shootout Large backpack and just purchased an Asus G750 JW. I just can't manage to stuff this new monster in there. Has anyone found a good camera bag that can handle a laptop this size? The dimensions are 17.3" x 12.5" x 2.0".  I've been looking at the Tenba Roadie II Large Roller but the dimensions stated for the laptop pocket come up shy. Then again, I wasn't supposed to be able to fit my HP Pavillion DV7 in my old bag either...much less with the larger optional...
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