Canon PowerShot G1X II

CanonSKU: 41315

Sale price$664.22

Product Description

One of the most exciting cameras that debuted in 2012 was Canon's PowerShot G1 X. It featured a 1.5" sensor (which is only 20% smaller than APS-C), 28-112mm lens (albeit a moderately slow one), fully articulating LCD, and optical viewfinder (a rarity at the time). The result was one of the first semi-pocketable cameras to offer image quality that rivaled that of interchangeable lens cameras. The G1 X was far from perfect: the lens's maximum aperture range of F2.8-5.8 wasn't great, AF performance and minimum focus distance were disappointing, continuous shooting rates were poor, and battery life was downright lousy.


  • 12.8 megapixel 1.5"-type CMOS sensor
  • Digic 6 processor
  • 24-120mm equivalent F2.0-3.9 lens with optical IS
  • Dual (customizable) control rings
  • Tilting 3", 1.04M dot touchscreen LCD
  • 5.2 fps continuous shooting
  • Maintains same angle-of-view at 4:3 and 3:2
  • Wi-Fi with NFC with remote control via smartphone
  • 1080/30p video recording
  • Optional XGA electronic viewfinder


Effective resolution  12.8 megapixel
Processor Digic 6
Multi-aspect Yes (3:2, 4:3)
Lens focal range 24-120mm Equiv.
Lens maximum aperture F2.0-3.9
Minimum focus distance (Normal mode) 5cm (W), 40cm (T)
Minimum focus distance (Macro mode) 5cm (W), 40cm (T)
Control rings 2
LCD design Tilting (180 up/45 down)
Touchscreen Yes
Viewfinder No (optional EVF)
Continuous shooting 5 fps
Max video resolution 1080/30p
Wi-Fi Yes (with NFC)
Battery life (CIPA)
240 shots

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