The Canon PowerShot G11 is Canon’s flagship compact, and the most recent model in the admired and well-regarded ‘G’ range. Its ancestor, the– megapixel Canon G10, managed to charm to camera owners in search of greatest imaging power and flexibility, as well as SLR users looking for a compact back-up camera.
Pros: not hard to operate, Simple controls/menu, Pleasant options/settings, Bright LCD, brilliant image quality, Nice Low-Light Performance, high battery life.Cons: absent f/20 lens.
Major Features -10 megapixel image sensor -5x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 28-140mm) -Optical image stabilization -RAW + JPEG shooting
Ease of handling The initial option for Canon changes wanting a robust, fully featured compact as a more handy back up for their DSLR, the manufacturer’s much-anticipated follow-on from the year-old PowerShot G10 has arrived on the Photography Blog test slab. Looking to deliver exceptional image quality and professional levels of creative flexibility.In general the Canon PowerShot G11 feels very well made, with a design that while busy avoids looking cluttered, and manages that both provide just the suited amount of stiffness and resistance. Unlike some, they’re also big enough to be easily and quickly accessed in the heat of the action.
Images are better than ever Latest 10.0 Megapixel sensor coupled with Canon’s DIGIC 4 Image Processor made as the High Sensitivity System for enhanced low light image presentation. The G11 is severely more responsive than cameras with same megapixel counts, and presents astonishing images with smallest noise. Increased sensitivity demands a higher ISO speed, and the PowerShot G11 delivers with a new maximum setting of ISO 3200. Blur and camera shake are notably reduced for the essential in sharpness and clarity.In addition, a new Low Light mode lets you get images in an surprising range of conditions. The camera automatically adjusts the ISO speed from ISO 320 to ISO 12800 in relation to ambient brightness, subject movement and camera shake.