Canon PowerShot G10

Announced Sep 17, 2008 •
15 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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Canon Powershot G10 review
By: Matt Golowczynski, What Digital Camera (Dec 15, 2008)

At low sensitivities the Canon G10's image quality is impressive, with great detail capture, accurate metering, and consistency with its Auto White Balance system. Furthermore, it is perhaps the only compact in its class whose design gives the impression that it wants to be used manually, not simply because at this price we expect some degree of manual control. My only main criticism is with...

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DCRP Review: Canon PowerShot G10
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Nov 24, 2008)

The Canon PowerShot G10 is a very capable fixed-lens camera that does just about everything right. It's fast, well built, customizable, and expandable. Unfortunately, it's biggest problems relate to image quality, specifically to noise. Canon threw the highest resolution sensor they could find into the G10 (14.7 Megapixel), and they've had to apply a lot of noise reduction to keep noise in...

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Canon PowerShot G10 review

Canon’s PowerShot G10 continues the G-series tradition of delivering high-end features and full manual control in a compact form factor. This is a well-built camera which will greatly appeal to enthusiasts or anyone looking for a pocketable backup to a DSLR. With the G10, Canon’s sensibly kept the full manual control, RAW recording and flash hotshoe of its predecessor, but made a number of...

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