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Canon PowerShot G12 digital camera
PowerShot G12
at a glance
3648 x 2736
5x optical zoom
2.8" lcd viewer
SD[HC[]XC) [HC]MMC(+)
NB-7L Li-ion
Canon PowerShot G12 review summary
camera date Sep 10  
pixels / class 10.4M  compact digital camera
overall rating not rated overall camera rating  18 reviews
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Canon PowerShot G12 specifications
lens / zoom  28mm - 140mm (5x) (dig: 4x)
focus / macro  auto | manual / 1cm
metering mode  evaluative, center weighted, spot
aperture  auto | manual / F2.8 W - F4.5 T
white balance  auto, 7 presets, 2 custom, wb correction
shutter  auto | manual / 15s - 1/4000s
exposure  +/- 2EV in 1/3EV steps
flash / mode  hot shoe; internal - 3 modes, slow sync, red eye reduction / 0.5m - 7m (iso auto)
viewfinder  optical
iso ratings  80, 100 - 3200 in 1/3EV steps
image size  3648x2736, 2816x2112, 1600x1200, 640x480 / [16:9] 3648x2048, 2816x1584, 1920x1080, 640x360 / [3:2] 3648x2432, 2816x1880, 1600x1064, 640x424 / [1:1] 2736, 2112, 1200, 480 / [4:5] 2192x2736, 1696x2112, 960x1200, 384x480
image format  raw, jpeg (exif 2.3)
image compr.  fine, normal
lag/cycle times  
remote control  self timer 2s, 10s
video options  h264, with sound -  1280x720 (24fps); 640x480, 320x240 (30fps)
audio options  lin. pcm, syereo
connectivity  USB 2.0 HS; A/V (NTSC/PAL); hdmi
storage  SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC, MMCplus, HCMMCplus
platform  
extra features  optical image stabilizer
tiltable lcd screen
histogram display
PictBridge compliant
Canon PowerShot G12 links
Reviews for novices and shutterbugs
03Feb11 Canon PowerShot G12 review at TrustedReviews
27Jan11 Canon PowerShot G12 review at digitalkamera (de)
20Jan11 Canon PowerShot G12 quick review at dpreview
23Nov10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at CameraLabs
17Nov10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at Imaging-resource
15Nov10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at PhotoReview
08Nov10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at Steves-digicams
01Nov10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at PhotoRadar
01Nov10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at dkamera (de)
27Oct10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at PhotographyBLOG
18Oct10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at Dcresource
Introductions, previews and other reviews
24May11  Four of the best compact cameras at BJP
24Dec10 Canon G12 vs Nikon P7000 at PhotoRadar
08Dec10 Canon PowerShot G12 review at ePhotozine
01Dec10 Canon G12 vs. Nikon P7000 at Quesabesde (es)
29Nov10 Canon G12 test images added to 2010 Enthousiast compact group test
22Nov10 Canon G12, Nikon P7000 and Lumix LX-5 shootout
28Sep10 Canon PowerShot G12 video review at infoSync
News, guides, hints & tips
14Sep10 Canon PowerShot G12 press summary
Forum discussions
dpreview.com Canon Talk Forum
imaging-resource.com  Canon Forum
steves-digicams.com Canon Forum
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Canon PowerShot G12 announcement clippings


The PowerShot G12 is the first G-series model to feature Canon's HS System – a powerful combination of a high-sensitivity 10.0 Megapixel CCD sensor and high-performance DIGIC 4 processor designed to provide outstanding image quality in all lighting conditions, including low light.

The inclusion of the HS System allows shooting at higher ISOs with excellent image quality – enabling users to capture exceptional images in all conditions. This extended ISO range allows users to shoot darker scenes without engaging the flash or using a tripod – capturing correctly-exposed images using only the available light. In situations when use of the flash is necessary, a higher ISO will enable users to extend its effective range and illuminate the subject more effectively. Higher ISOs also enable users to utilise faster shutter speeds – freezing motion to capture moving subjects with a reduced risk of blur.

Allowing users precise control over the ISO level, the dedicated ISO dial now allows adjustments in 1/3 stop increments.  In addition to this, a new Auto ISO level adjustment feature allows users to pre-configure the maximum ISO setting they wish to use during shooting and specify how the camera selects the ISO to obtain the best balance between image quality and shutter speed.


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