Canon PowerShot G15 12MP Digital Camera With 3-Inch LCD

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After recently spending some quality time with the G15 in the Maluti's, our love affair with the G-series is back on.

With each iteration of Canon’s powerful G-series compact camera range, there’s another reason to buy one, but also to adopt a wait and see attitude in anticipation of the next one. In the case of the G15 it is not only what Canon added, but also what they left out, that made us love this camera

Cannon PowerShot G15

Cannon PowerShot G15

Solid improvements

For those who don’t know, the G-series, along with Nikon’s P7xxx series, is the most powerful compact camera range you get, adding a host of semi-professional features, such as programmable custom buttons, to the mix. The latest G15 is a significant step up from the G12 (more about the G1 X later), bringing along some solid improvements, most notably a very quick f1.8 lens. This makes it easier to take portraits with a very shallow depth of field, while also combining well with the high ISO (12 800 max) settings for excellent low-light performance. There's still no GPS or Wi-Fi included unfortunately.

Cannon PowerShot G15

Fold-out blessing

It's not often that we're happy about something that is left out, but with the G15 its lack of fold-out LCD screen comes as a welcome surprise. We barely used it on the previous models (your usages might differ though) and it added a surprising amount of bulk to the camera. Without the screen, the new G15 is in the region of 10% lighter and 20% smaller - a difference you notice when carrying the G15 in your pants’ pockets while hiking up a mountain. The fact that the G15 IS so small made It our preferred tool when on the go. But what about the G1 X you might ask? The PowerShot G1 X comes with a larger sensor, better battery life and lower noise, but it’s also significantly larger and more expensive than the G15. For us, the G15 is much like Heinrich Brussow – solid as a rock, quick off the mark and on hand to grab pictures where larger cameras find it difficult to operate.

It's not often that we're happy about something that is left out, but with the G15 its lack of fold-out LCD screen comes as a welcome surprise

It's not often that we're happy about something that is left out, but with the G15 its lack of fold-out LCD screen comes as a welcome surprise

To the point

The fact that the G15 is so small made it our preferred tool when on the go, much more so than a bulky DSLR. With its fast f1.8 lens, we would not only recommend this for semi-pros looking for a compact second camera but, also as an alternative for those who are considering the DSLR market for the first time. A good $466 asking price beats most of the entry-level DSLR and mirror less offerings.


§  Image Sensor: 12.1 million effective pixels.

§  Sensor: 15mm CMOS.

§  Metering: Evaluative, center-weighted, spot.

§  Lens: f1.8-8.0/6.1-30.5mm (28-140mm as 35 SLR equivalent)

§  Exposure Modes: Auto, Program AE, manual.

§  Shutter Speed: 15-1/4000 second.

§  Memory: SD/SDHC/SDXC.

§  Image Sizes (pixels): Stills: 4000×3000 to 640×480.

§  Movies: 1920×1080, 1280×720, 640×480.

§  Viewfinder: Optical turret and 7.5cm LCD screen (922,000).

§  File Formats: JPEG, RAW, MPEG4.

§  Color Space: sRGB.

§  ISO Sensitivity: Auto, 80 to 12800.

§  Interface: USB 2.0, HDMI mini, AV output, DC input.

§  Power: Rechargeable lithium ion battery.

§  Dimensions: 125x87x110 WHDmm.

§  Weight: 352 g (inc card and battery).


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