Coming soon: Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II and PowerShot SX720 HS cameras (pictures)

Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II camera PowerShot SX720 HS camera
These are the first pictures of the upcoming Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II and PowerShot SX720 HS cameras:

PowerShot G7X Mark II
PowerShot SX720 HS
The technical specs of the new cameras can be found here. The official announcement, together with the EOS 80D and the new lenses should be in the next 2-3 days. Stay tuned for additional coverage.

Via Digicame-info

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  • Moo

    not in the market for a powershot sx720 camera .. and i doubt many user who frequent such sites as this are.

    i don´t even bother to read the specs of such cameras anymore.

    • Jesse

      I guess I sort of agree about the sx720. Not for the g7x though.

      • Vertex

        he mentioned the sx720 and i can only agree 100% to that opinion

    • Frank Larsen

      yes me too. so easy to drag up me smartphone and use the 40x optical zoom x)

      • Vertex

        i think you don´t want to get it?
        when you are really intersted in photography you should take a better camera with you but not a P&S.
        there are better choices, that are not much bigger.

        • Frank Larsen

          if you want a picture from a 1000mm straight out of your pocket, there are no other alternatives that are much better, are they? (eqviv…yeah yeah..)

          The smallest superzoom camera wit a 1″ sensor is the canon gx3. it’s a great camera, but its much bigger and heavier than this.

          It’s funny with a big zoom in a small format, one is suddenly a spy in a James bond movie, nobody notises a small supezoom, great for reading signs that are faar away. You should give it a try, and just watch your pictures on a tab later!

    • I’m looking for a pocketable, P&S camera (eg: s120). The camera would be a better choice than the smartphone: “Generally” better night pics, and, it won’t drain the smartphone’s battery.

  • The only use-case I have for a compact is music festivals and other events where they won’t let in “professional” camera equipment (defined at a recent event I attended as “any camera with an interchangeable lens”). I don’t own a compact but am giving some thought to one for these situations. The G7XII looks as though it should be on my ‘consider’ list.

    • Eric Calabros

      You may need to refine your “consider” mode after checking the lens sharpness at corners.

      • I probably won’t end up getting a compact anyway, as it’s difficult to justify spending $500 or so on a camera that I’d only use less than 6 times a year. On reflection, the lack of an EVF rules the G7XII out – some of the events I’m thinking of take place outdoors in summer and I think trying to compose using a rear display in those conditions would be an exercise in frustration.

  • ggweci

    Would love for it to have a pop-up EVF like then RX100 IV, but I’m sure it’s just a flash.

    Any idea what that lever is beside the lens?

    • MdB

      My guess is it switches the ring between clicking and non clicking.

    • malchick743

      It’ll be just a pop-up flash but whether it will feature the G1X-II’s manual tilt-up (bounce) mechanism remains to be seen.

      The lens side lever may be for switching between stepped or continuous ring operation, but whether such design would complicate maintenance (should the ring fail), I have no idea.

      Must disagree with having the pop-up EVF though. My experience with such finder design has been negative so far, as it gives me more eye strain than expected.

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