Canon PowerShot G15
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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I have been doing a lot of reading on this site and the forums, but this is my first post. I am considering buying a new camera for travel to get a zoom with a longer reach than my current equipment. The catalyst is an upcoming trip to the Canadian Rockies. What I would like to get are opinions on what type of camera would be a good choice for my needs. I currently have the following cameras: - Nikon D90 with the 16-85mm F3.5-5.6 lens - Canon G15 - Nikon AW130 The D90 is especially good for...
Hi all, long time lurker first time poster. Well, just got my first DSLR, a Nikon D3400 with the default lenses: Nikkor 18-55 mm and then separately I bought a 50mm f/1.8G. I just started playing with it, I'm not savvy on DSLR yet, starting with few video tutorials etc... but coming from my old Canon G15 which had some zoom in it I can't find any zoom in my Nikon D3400 with either lenses... I find myself positioning near or far from the object I need to photograph. I assume this is normal? Am...
By: vka (3 months ago)
Posted to: Canon PowerShot Talk
Hello, Recently i have noticed that most of the photos taken using my G15 results in soft focus. When i checked the lens, there seems to be a little dust spec near the middle of the lens. I believe that is causing it to go out of focus for shots. Can anybody please advise how to remove it? Do i need to take to camera repair shop? Or is this something which can be done at home? Thanks in advance.
I'm planning to buy a superzoom and a compact to use for travel. For the compacts I've narrowed down to Pany LX7, Oly XZ-2 and the Pentax MX-1. Then I saw the Casio EX-10/100. Now, after some close looking it seems they have remarkably similar specs to the Olympus XZ-2 and Stylus 1 respectively. Do they share technology? And does anyone have experience in using them? How do they stand up to the more major brands? I used an EX-600 back in the early days of digital and liked it expect for the...
By: terrlumix (4 months ago)
Posted to: Canon PowerShot Talk
Those of you who use regular old neck straps, can you offer suggestions? I would love the powershot strap similar what came with the G series, like G10 through G15. Bonus points for neoprene, to prevent slippage. The problem just buying one of those straps (NS-DC9, 10, 11, etc.) is that the G7x, umm, "strap holes" are too small. I would need some kind of teeny tiny keyring, which would fit on the camera and also be large enough to fit a G strap. Or.............someone out there can give me...
While out shopping I came across what I feel is a great deal but I could be wrong. Double lens M-10 (15-45 and 55-200) kit new in box for $247.00. Really didn't need another camera as I currently own a 70D, SL1 and a Canon G-15 but I thought this was to good of a deal to pass up. Think this will work great for auto museum and show. First shot I took is below. Suggestions for getting up to speed on the M-10 are welcome.
Hello, I'm new to this Forum and hoping for some advice. I'm trying to decide between getting an M3 with the 18-55 and 55-200 lenses or the M5 with the 18-150 lens. Is the M5 worth the extra money? I currently use a Canon G15 and am looking for better IQ without the bulk of a DSLR. Thanks.
Hi! So I'm an amateur photographer in high school (15 years old) and I'm very wanting to learn nature/wildlife videography. Sadly I own a Canon 50D, which doesn't have a video feature, and I'm not willing to install Magic Lantern by any chance.. Anyways, I wanted a small camera that I can casually carry around and also use for video. I would be making videos for a class in a small art school that I'm planning to apply to, plus I am a complete novice in this area. I have about $300-350 to...
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