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Canon s Top-Range Compact Digital Advanced amateur photographers are a discerning group, and they ve flocked to Canon s G-Series for its ability to meet and exceed their demands. The third-generation PowerShot G10 is a stunning successor, loaded with uncompromising specs like 14.7 megapixels, a 28mm wide-angle lens, and Canon s new DIGIC 4 Image Processor for notably improved face and motion detection. This is a camera that supports and nurtures creativity, with a full range of shooting and recording modes and compatibility with exciting accessories including Speedlite flashes.
Canon PowerShot G10 Digital Camera
pros: Great controls SLR like features Very usable zoom range Solid construction
cons: Poor low light performance Exposures limited to 15 seconds Grain over 400 ISO Screws can loosen over time
A great camera to learn with
I've owned my Canon G10 since early 2009 and I have to say that throughout my 3 and a half years wit... See Full Review
pros: It is light, simple to use and produces excellent quality images.
cons: Can be frustrating when you need a wide angle or zoom shot.
A handy camera to take anywhere with you
I am a seasoned user of several Canon DSLR's as I have an EOS 1D, a multitude of lenses an... See Full Review
pros: Very durable,battery life, large LCD screen, lots of settings, option to buy external flash
cons: little heavy, flash is not that strong, low light settings can be challenging
Canon Power Shot G10
I bought this camera about a year ago. I am very amateur when it comes to photography. It is m... See Full Review
pros: Compact, good picture quality, full video recordings, long battery, effective Image Stabilizer, dial for ISO
cons: video has no zooming, high ISO pictures have noise
Compact camera for intermediate and advanced users
I bought Canon Powershot G7 three years ago (and wrote a review about it), now it’s time for m... See Full Review
pros: Great build quality and control layout
cons: Average P&S camera in reality.
A Canon Dud
Like my G11 review, this will be labeled "Not helpful." But then you never know!That's too bad and I... See Full Review
pros: Compact, quality point-and-shoot, rivals DSLR in most photo settings
cons: A little pricey for point-and-shoot camera.
Canon PowerShot G10--a versatile and sturdy point-and-shoot
PREFATORY NOTE: Epinions shows the cheapest price (above) for this camera is $179.99. Th... See Full Review
pros: Beautiful retro style and build, extremely high resolution, terrific performance and speed
cons: Noisy images at moderately high ISO, complex interface, heavy, expensive
G10 a compact alternative to a DSLR
It has been a few years since I last went shopping for a digital camera, and while I was still happy... See Full Review
pros: Size, unobtrusive, reasaonably wide angle, battery life, viewfinder, nice screen, good controls, use external flash.
cons: No interchangable lenses, need japanese, better high iso would be welcome.
Canon G-10 Review
I have found the G-10 to be an interesting camera and more portable than my former xti. Now I... See Full Review
pros: Resolution, solid build, wide angle lens, processing speed, RAW files, Ev and ISO dial, ergonomics
cons: Noise, chromatic abberation (corners), typical P&S limitations, expensive
CANON PowerShot G10: small powerhouse
My arsenal recently found a semi-professional addition in the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and while that's... See Full Review
pros: Super resolution, superb LCD screen, amazing amount of features. This camera approaches DSLR quality.
cons: Pronounced noise at higher ISO settings. Big and heavy for a pocket camera.
Canon G10 14.7 megapixel digital camera ....excellent!
I recently purchased a new Canon G10 “pocket camera” to replace my aging Olympus C-5050.... See Full Review