The Canon PowerShot G 15 is a far out and groovy camera, I like it!!
4 November 2014
Summary: I take many photos of vehicles I am restoring. To show the process, and to help put them back together. I needed a camera that could take photos far out and very close up and stay in focus. This critter does both very well. It takes very clear photos, and has a great memory. I like it. Far better than my last camera.
Unbelievably good night images, Not so good Auto mode
20 October 2014
Summary: I'm not a professional photographer. So I'll put a review for people like myself: The night images are stunningly good. You can't believe how clear and noise-free they are. BUT if you are getting this camera and planning to just use the Auto mode, I should warn you that the images are not so good in daylight. It cannot find a good balance and thus many of your day time images in Auto mode will be either too bright or too dark. You'll lose a lot of details.
Summary: This is not exactly a point and shoot and not exactly a fully manual wannabe professional camera. Instead it is a really nice middle ground camera that i have used to take come stunning shots. The specs say it all, but I want to add that all those specs add up to a great little camera. Its low light capabilities are especially surprising. They are great. In fact, if you are shooting a "mood shot" where you want everything to remain dark its best to go to a manual mode.
Summary: I was looking for a good quality, yet easily portable camera with a few more features that the average pocket-sized digital. This is it. Great quality pictures...easy menus...easy transfer to desktop computer. And the price was great too.
Stunning images, ease of use and robust build quality in a compact, budget-friendly camera!
Kerry Ballon, Amazon
1 September 2014
Summary: After years of buying one disappointing point and shoot camera after another, I had just about given up. An avid Appalachian explorer but somewhat novice photographer, I longed for the immediate operational ease of Point and Shoot while having manual versatility to grow with...and of course, image quality of a DSLR without the bulkiness and need to carry numerous accessories. The G15 fits the bill perfectly!