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The PowerShot G11 is a compact camera that will find favor with professionals and advanced amateur photographers due to its superb image quality, full manual control of settings, and RAW shooting capability. If it's not practical or safe to carry a large DSLR a high-specification compact such as the PowerShot G11 is a fantastic choice. It's great for photographers looking to capture high resolution, high quality, and low light images without having to carry a large SLR system in their kit bags.The G11 features face detection technology that can detect and track numerous faces within the frame to ensure the correct exposure and focus for them. An enhanced i-Contrast system optimizes the dynamic range of subjects to deliver shadow details whilst avoiding highlight blow outs.
Canon PowerShot G11 10.0 MP Digital Camera - Black
pros: easy to carry around, custom settings, video, good image quality
cons: no hd video
Good Camera to Carry Around
I bought the Canon G11 camera to use as an all-purpose go-anywhere camera, and I was not disappointe... See Full Review
pros: If you have a steady hand, you'll very seldom get a bad shot.
cons: No remote control. But they can be purchased aftermarket.
A great camera.
Okay. I'm an average basic digital camera user. So if you are too, read on.I like to take pictures o... See Full Review
pros: Excellent compromise between resolution and low light capability, RAW capture, articulated screen
cons: much better than G10 but still noisy at high ISO, somewhat slow
Canon's G11 is a step in the right direction.
Canon released not too long ago the respectable G10, and while a good camera it was also a kind of z... See Full Review
pros: excellent natural-light pictures, good ISO, excellent battery, good video recording, excellent stabilization feature.
cons: flash picture quality mediocre, no HD video
Excellent Point-n-shoot camera with advanced features
I bought Canon Powershot G10 a couple of months ago and had to sell it because of my need of r... See Full Review
pros: Extremely full featured; easy to use for the novice; challenging for the professional; stunning images.
cons: A bit expensive but good trade-up value.
A Camera That Does It All
I have owned almost every edition of the Canon “G” series cameras, including the G3, G5,... See Full Review
pros: Solid and feature packed. Shoots RAW . Excellent dynamic range! Great for amateurs and pros!
cons: It would be a challenge to improve this camera in this size package.
This is my new pocket camera!
When I made the switch to digital following some 40 years of shooting film as a fashion/glamour phot... See Full Review
pros: Improved high-ISO performance, articulated screen, superior design and construction
cons: Still slower and noisier than a DSLR at the same price
Less is More
Last summer I bought and reviewed the Canon PowreShot G10, which is the immediate predecesor of... See Full Review
pros: Well built and good images in good light.
cons: Basically a 200 dollar P&S in a better body.
Like the G10, A Dud
The G11 is a better camera than the G10 for one reason. It has fewer MP. The move from 15 to about 1... See Full Review
|White Balance||Underwater (Preset)|
|Special Effects||Vivid Blue|
|Additional Features||Motion Detection|
|Shooting Modes||Frame Movie Mode|
|Still Image Format||Raw Image|
|Digital Video Format||QuickTime|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer specific|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Supported||MS Windows Vista|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Mono|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Real-image zoom|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Card|
|Camera Flash Features||Slow Sync|
|Flash Modes||Auto Mode|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Flash Type||Built-in flash|
|Exposure Metering||spot AF area|
|Auto Focus type||TTL contrast detection|
|Type||Point & Shoot|