Canon PowerShot G16
Announced Aug 22, 2013 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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By: aresham (1 month ago)
Hello everyone, I am newbie in camera topic. Please forgive if you see typos in my text. The issue started when suddenly the camera didn't turn on time to time without any reason. Took it to Canon Canada and they told me that the parts are not available and offered G16 instead which I refused. I received it. I start turning on , but when I'm zooming in and out it make a weird noise and the there are hundreds of very thin horizontal line in pictures. Attached is one of them. Also, I noticed...
I have a friend who carries around a Canon Powershot G16. A month back he managed to put a serious 'windscreen chip' in the front lens. He has no idea how. It's noticeable in most shots and annoys him more than a bit. So he decided to get another camera. What he wants is 1. Fits in his pocket (without a crowbar to get it in and out) 2. Optical zoom of around 5x or more 3. Really good macro 4. Optical stabilisation Relatively simple requirements you would think. But Canon don't have a model...
I have a Canon g16 that I purchased as a project. My last item to repair is the outer lens ring. The part that would get damaged with the lens extended and if the very edge on the extended lens caught the ding. The part is available via Canon but I am unsure how to remove the outer ring cover. Does anyone have guidance ? thanks! chuckpen
By: MaxPat (4 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
Hi, I will be in Okinawa, Japan for a festival with my kids and extended family (some from Okinawa), trying to get some great shots and some videos, not just from the festival, but also from the city Naha, its people, our Japanese relatives, etc. I have a Canon 60D with 18-200mm, 10-18 lenses and two prime 24mm and 50mm, and also a Canon G16. I have become a little disappointed at the image quality I get from the 60D. I was considering getting an 80D bundled with a 18-135mm USM lens, and...
When the Mode Dial is set to "Program" (P), the image to be taken is displayed on the LCD screen. Then, when I press shutter button halfway, a portion of the displayed image becomes overlaid by a small "window" containing a magnified (?) portion of the image. How do I prevent this small "window" from being displayed?
I'm looking to replace a favourite G16 which went missing on holiday recently. However i'm a little lost with where to start. I have no real favorite manufacturer, but i use my camera for work (MTB sports coaching). As such i need a high fps and slow mo video capture (which i show back to athletes on the trail). It also needs be compact as the camera comes with me in my camelbak/rucksack. The G16 had approximately 12 fps and i'd like to get close (or better ) if possible. A zoom up to the...
By: charliephotos (7 months ago)
Posted to: Canon EOS M Talk
I, I'm an advanced italian amateur photographer. I've just sold my good 7D, as recently I was using it less and less because of the "weight", but I kept a list of EFS and EF fixed and zoom lenses (about 8 lenses) Now I'm using my compact G16, wich is very good but it lacks dynamic range and low iso performance, because of it small sensor (compared to APC) I'm planning to keep my G16 for walk around photos, and to buy again a new canon reflex or... mirrorless, particularly to re-use my list of...
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