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Canon PowerShot G7
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Canon PowerShot G7

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Overall 7
7.4

Canon PowerShot G7 Camera: Review

Review guidelines
12 May 2013
  • Summary: The Canon Powershot G7 is clearly a camera for professionals and enthusiasts in the industry, it is a semi-professional digital compact camera. It has advanced features and technology that allows photographers to be able to give free rein to their imagination.
  • Pros: Sensor, Safety Zoom, Face detection, processor, Stabilizer, Noise Reduction.
  • Cons: Not SUPPOTA the RAW format; PrezzoNon SUPPOTA the RAW format; Price.
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Camera Test: Canon Powershot G7

Pop Photo
3 June 2008
  • Excerpt: Camera Test: Canon Powershot G71285B001CanonPowershot G7Canon describes the 10MP 6x (35-210 f/2.8-4.8 equivalent) Image-stabilized zoom Canon Powershot G7 as the Flagship of the G-series. In fact, the G7 isn't just the flagship, it's the whole fleet.
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Exclusive Hands On With the Canon PowerShot G7

Pop Photo
3 June 2008
  • Excerpt: Serious shooters have prized Canon's compact G series digicams for their pro-grade features and ability to pinch-hit for their big D-SLRs. The all-new G7, which we tried at Photokina prior to the public opening, reflects that dynamic yet changes it too.
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Overall 6
6.0

Canon PowerShot G7

PC Magazine
8 May 2008
  • Conclusion: Although there are fewer enthusiast cameras for the Canon PowerShot G7 to compete with, its unexciting performance, high price, and hefty weight keep it from earning an EC.
  • Pros: Superb image quality. Sharp images. Lots of options and features.
  • Cons: Shutter lag. Heavy. Expensive. Noisy at high ISOs.
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Overall 8
8.3
Value for money 8
7.5
Features 9
9.0
Performance 8
8.0
Picture quality 8
8.0
Ergonomics 8
7.5
Build quality 10
9.5

Expert Review

DP Review
5 February 2008
  • Conclusion: There has been so much talk about what the G7 is not that I think it's only fair to look first at what it is; a superbly built, comprehensively featured and highly desirable camera that packs a lot of the functionality of a digital SLR - and an image stabilized 35-210mm lens - into a solid, compact...
  • Pros: Excellent resolution and respectable edge-to-edge sharpness across the zoom range, Classic 'rangefinder' styling looks great, fit & finish superb., Capable of very good results at lower ISO settings, ISO 200-400 usable for standard sized prints (noise and NR effects are visible, however), Huge fe...
  • Cons: Many features that made the G series stand out have been removed; fast lens, raw mode, vari-angle screen, IR remote, big long-life battery, LCD status panel, Some shadow noise visible even at ISO 80, Lack of grip and 'classic styling' don't make for great handling, ISO 1600 so noisy it's pointles...
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Canon Powershot G7 Digital Camera Review

PhotoAxe
27 December 2007
  • Excerpt: Canon ‘s acclaimed G-Series has a new top-of-the-line model: a matte black, retro-hip design houses impressive capabilities and top core specifications, loaded with Canon ‘s latest and most advanced technologies, including an Optical Image Stabilizer for clear shots.
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Expert Review

Kickstartnews
16 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Canon has stolen a bit of a march on Nikon. Of course Canon and Nikon lead the camera and photography pack throughout the world in the compact, point & shoot and 35mm-equivalent SLR markets.
  • Pros: Canon has stolen a bit of a march on Nikon. Of course Canon and Nikon lead the camera and photography pack throughout the world in the compact, point & shoot and 35mm-equivalent SLR markets. But Canon has crept ahead of Nikon in some important areas over the past few years, particularly in the co...
  • Cons: The G7's physical handling ergonomics clearly suffer when compared to competitors such as the Nikon P5000 and the Canon S5. The main problem is the lack of a prominent grip on the right side. People with small to medium size hands won't encounter too much of a problem, but anyone with hands even ...
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Overall 7
7.4
Design 8
7.5
Features 8
7.5
Ease of use 7
7.0
Performance 9
8.5
Photo quality 8
7.5

Canon PowerShot G7

Digital Photography Interface
1 July 2007
  • Conclusion: The Canon PowerShot G7 is the (long overdue) successor to the G6 and brings many improvements over the 2 years, though with some step-backs as well. The G7 sacrifices the fast (large aperture) lens of the G6 for a slower lens with more zoom and optical image stabilization.
  • Pros: Retro design and sturdy built quality; includes an optical viewfinder, Face detection AF and AE that works, Large LCD with good visibility, Can be remotely controlled from computer, Unlimited continuous shooting at full resolution, Very good performance, Full manual controls with rotary wheel and...
  • Cons: Costly; around the same as entry-level digital SLRs, No RAW option (Previous G-series had it), No rotating LCD (Previous G's had this too!), Below average battery life (Also down from the G6), Tiny shutter button/zoom controller; no proper hand grip, Rotary wheel a little loose and easy to bump, ...
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Expert Review

Digital Camera Review
11 March 2007
  • Summary: The Canon Powershot G7 digital camera emulates the look and feel of a classic rangefinder camera; truly a classic and elegant design. But this camera is not just a looker, this camera incorporates many truly impressive features starting with Canon’s latest generation image processor; the DIGIC III,...
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Overall 9
8.6

Canon PowerShot G7

Camera Labs
1 February 2007
  • Summary: The Canon PowerShot G7 is undoubtedly a very powerful and capable compact camera. It offers fine control over exposure and focusing and has a quality lens with a useful 6x optical range, along with effective image stabilisation and impressive macro facilities.
  • Pros: 6x zoom with stabilisation and superb macro, Flash hotshoe for external Speedlites, Dedicated ISO dial and control wheel, Great creative control and neat on-screen graphics
  • Cons: No flip-out screen; no grip to speak of, Noise above 200 ISO, Loss of features from predecessors, eg RAW, A640 and EOS 400D compelling alternatives
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