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You asked, and Canon not only listened, but delivered big-time. Advanced amateurs who have overwhelmingly embraced the G Series will be delighted with the PowerShot G11, which features RAW mode for unlimited editing options, a 28mm wide-angle lens, and a 2.8-inch Vari-Angle PureColor System LCD. Add to that Canon s new High Sensitivity System and high-speed ISO for incredible image quality, and Canon s top-range compact digital camera is a truly groundbreaking successor.
Canon PowerShot G11 Digital Camera
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
|LCD Screen Size||2.8 in.|
|Camera Type||Micro Four Thirds / Prosumer|
|Image Resolutions||640 x 480|
|Camera Resolution||10.4 Megapixel|
|Image Sensor Type||CCD|
|Video Resolutions||320 x 240|
|Max Movie Length||Without Limit (Depends on the camera free memory size)|
|Video Speed||30 fps|
|Macro Focus Range||0.4 - 19.2 in. (w)|
|Focus Range||19.2 in. to Infinity (w)|
|Focal Length||6.1 - 30.5 mm|
|Interchangeable Lens||Not Interchangeable Lenses|
|35mm Zoom Lens||28 - 140 mm|
|Shutter Speed||15 - 1/4000 sec|
|Frames Per Second||1.1 Frames|
|Aperture Range||f2.8/f4.5 (w/t)|
|Flash Functions||Flash Off|
|File Size (Low Res.)||0.08 MB (about 1,600 images on 128MB card)|
|Memory Type||Multimedia Card|
|File Size (High Res.)||15.3 MB (8 images on 128MB card)|
|Built-in Microphone||With Built-in Microphone|
|Self Timer||2 Sec.|
|Viewfinder / Display|
|LCD Screen Resolution||461,000 pixels|
|Display Type||With LCD Screen|
|LCD Protected Position||With LCD Protected Position|
|Video Interface||Video Out|
|Interface Type||USB 2.0|
|Battery Life||390 Images|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery|
|Release Date||October, 2009|
|Family Line||Canon PowerShot|
|Included Accessories||USB Cable|