About a year after the release of the series premium compact camera PowerShot G15, Canon introduced the next generation in the form of the Canon PowerShot G16. If you want to transfer photos faster, then you will be happy because the Canon G16 has been reinforced with Wi-Fi connectivity so that you can send photos wirelessly to a variety of gadgets such as smartphones and tablets.
The Canon PowerShot G16 with new Digic 6 processor. Image: thenewcamera.com
Physically, the Canon PowerShot G16 you will see no change, especially in the rubber-coated handgrip and appear more rounded. Canon PowerShot G16 is equipped the latest image processor, DIGIC 6, so the G16 can record HD video with a frame rate to 60 FPS (progressive). DIGIC 6 bring with it a raft of improvements including better low-light abilities; faster burst shooting and snappier autofocus. DIGIC 6 is also likely behind the video boost, which sees both cameras able to shoot full HD footage at a silk-smooth 60fps – a first for a Canon camera.
|Share your pictures with Wi-Fi connection. Image: amazon.com|
The camera boasts continuous shooting speeds of up to 9.3 fps. The G16 also captures 1080p/60p Full HD video, and includes a built-in stereo microphone and an HDMI output so users have the ability to view videos on their HDTV.
More Creative filters
If you need to creative photos, Canon G16 also equipped with new creative filters: Star Trails and Star Time Lapse Movie. HDR Scene modes are also available and include: Natural, Art Bold, Art Embossed, Art Standard and Art Vivid options. Background Defocus, including fish-eye and monochrome, for those who like that kind of thing. Star Nightscape will use the cameras’ impressive low-light abilities to get atmospheric shots of the stars, and Background Defocus, lets you blur the background of a picture for that nice bokeh-y effect that’s de rigueur these days. You can dial up or down the extent, and it looks like a useful feature to have.
|The New Canon G16. Image: engadget.com|
Canon PowerShot G16 is scheduled to be available in October 2013 for an estimated retail price of $549.99. Is the Canon G16 can beat the Nikon Coolpix P7800?
A lot of users like the Canon G15 and G series before, do you also will love the latest G series or you prefer the Nikon Coolpix P7800 or Panasonic GX7 which likely also will make you mesmerized.
Do not confused, come to the nearest camera shop in the near future so that you can hold all the camera directly. With attention and hold it, then you will know which camera is fits for you. Don’t forget to check the price tag before you decide to buy one of this sophisticated camera.