Canon PowerShot G5 Review

Posted: Oct 14 2003, 9:08am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:45am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Canon PowerShot G5 Review
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Digit-Life reviews the Canon PowerShot G5.

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"This is a new camera from Canon, with the design close to the G3 and with a 5Mp matrix. The matrix remains of the same size - 1/1.8" (7.2 X 5.3 mm). The increased number of pixels doesn't necessarily results in better visual quality. Since every pixel gets smaller, the requirements for the lens are higher. The reduced square also makes the camera less sensitive. Forced sensitivity increased noise. Nevertheless, it looks a successful solution, though I can't call it semiprofessional. It's like saying that Leina is not a professional camera as it's not a reflex one. This camera is not small and it's comparable in dimensions with film rangefinder models."
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