Canon PowerShot G15 Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black
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Canon PowerShot G15 Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black - Expert Reviews
Strictly Business, no nonsense! That seems to be Canon’s motto with its PowerShot G series, which has now become iconic. Over the passage of time these cameras have become tantamount to no-nonsense design, fast lenses, and the kinds of physical controls and shooting modes, including RAW options that enthusiasts are so keen on. But the very nature of a competitive Camera world has forced Canon to change the features of probably its best of Point & Shoot series over the years and have forced them to what many considered to be crucial features in and out of the G-range over the years, such as bright lenses, RAW shooting and articulated screens for example, an approach that has caused a certain amount of angst and frustration among loyal G-series followers. The introduction of Canon EOS M and Canon G1 X and also the long delay over the upgrade of Canon PowerShot G12 resulted many in believing that it was the end of G series, but Canon has surprised all its followers with the introduction of Canon PowerShot G15 Point & Shoot.
It has a new lens with the same 5x range as the G12, but its f1.8-2.8 maximum aperture is over a stop brighter throughout the range. Interestingly the G15 is a much slimmer, lighter, more compact camera than its predecessor, but much of the reduction in size has been achieved by, once again, abandoning the articulated screen. While the reaction to this from some will be 'oh no, not again', an equal number will be equally happy with the more compact lightweight format. The new sensor and Digic 5 processor provide Canon PowerShot G15 with improved video features including a best quality 1080p24 mode along with Canon's super slow motion and miniature modes, plus the ability to encode in Apple's edit-friendly i-Frame mode as well as the usual H.264.
Design and Build Quality
Canon PowerShot G15 bears the mark utilitarian, lightly retro styling of its predecessors in the PowerShot G series. It's significantly smaller than Canon PowerShot G12, largely due to the fact that the articulated 2.8in screen has been replaced with a slightly larger 3in one that's fixed. That shaves 8mm off the camera's depth and, though Canon Powershot G15 isn't exactly what you'd describe as slim, it's now a lot more pocket-friendly. The actual dimensions are 107mm x 76mm x 40mm and the weight with battery and card is 352g. In terms of its styling and physical controls Canon PowerShot G15 is actually a lot like a miniature version of the G1 X, sharing the same body shape and almost exactly the same physical control layout. Canon G1X, of course, derives much of its control layout from the G12. The top panel of both Canon PowerShot G1X and G15 differ only in that the G15's dual tiered control dials are offset with the exposure compensation dial (now sporting a broader range of +/-3EV), at the bottom extending to the rear and the mode dial on top flush with the front panel. This is actually a better arrangement from a handling perspective because you can operate the two dials independently with your index finger and thumb with your eye to the viewfinder. This arrangement has resulted in the loss of the G12's ISO dial; the ISO is now adjusted via the control wheel on the rear, forcing the self-timer controls to the Func menu.
Focus and Face Detection
Canon PowerShot G15 inherits the same three auto-focusing modes of the G12, S110 and G1 X: FlexiZone, Face AiAF and Tracking AF. As before, FlexiZone focuses on a single area, the position of which can be adjusted to almost anywhere on the screen; you can also choose from two different sizes for the AF area.
Lens and Image Stabilization
Canon PowerShot G15 has a 5x optical zoom with a range of 6.1 to 30.5mm, 28mm to 140mm in 35mm equivalent terms. That's the same range as the earlier G12, but the f1.8 - 2.8 lens is more than a stop brighter across the entire zoom range. Early G series PowerShots were renowned for their bright lenses and this return to the old form wasn't a matter of choice for Canon in a market where big sensors and bright lenses have become almost commonplace.
Screen and Menus
Canon PowerShot G15 is fitted with a fixed 3 inch LCD TFT screen with a 922k dots. This will no doubt be something of a disappointment to long-time G Series fans, not to mention a bit of a deja vu moment. Early G series PowerShots all had flip out screens, but Canon reverted to fixed screens from Canon PowerShot G7 onwards, only to go back to them for the G11 and G12. An optical viewfinder has been a feature of G Series PowerShots since the introduction of the G1. It's useful as an alternative means of composition, but with no proximity detectors, you need to manually switch off the screen to prevent it from distracting you during composition.
Canon PowerShot G15 works under the same NB-10L Lithium Ion pack as used in Canon PowerShot G1 X. Canon claims this is good for 350 shots with the screen or 770 with the optical viewfinder under CIPA conditions. Compare this to the more powerful NB-7L pack in the earlier Canon PowerShot G12 which was good for 370 or 1000 shots with or without the monitor. This may be considered as a downgrade but not entirely surprising given the reduction in size and weight and the slightly larger screen. Finally, the WP-DC48 underwater housing allows you to take the G15 to depths of up to 40m.
In an big upgrade over the earlier Canon PowerShot G12 which only offered a 720p best quality video mode, Canon PowerShot G15 , like the G1 X and S110 supports full HD 1080p video. Canon PowerShot G15 gives you the choice of 1080/24p, 720/30p or 640x480/30p, along with an optional Miniature effect, Canon's Movie Digest compilation at VGA and the iFrame-friendly 720/30p mode.
Canon PowerShot G15 has a 12 Megapixel CMOS sensor coupled with the Digic 5 processor, an update to the 10 Megapixel CCD sensor and Digic 4 combination in the predecessor. The physical size of the sensor remains at 1/1.7in -the same size and in fact the same sensor as in Canon PowerShot S110.
Bright f21.8-2.8 5x zoom lens.
Compact and lightweight - pocketable.
1080p24 video, plus super slomo.
Small viewfinder and no proximity sensor.
Poor continuous shooting performance.
Braketing limited to 3 frames.
Lacks articulated screen of predecessor.
No Wi-Fi or GPS built-in.
Canon PowerShot G15 Point & Shoot Digital Camera Black - User Reviews
In The Box User Manual, Battery Charger with Rechargeable Batteries, USB Cable
Additional Features 4 Stop Intelligent IS, AF Frame (Face AiAF, Aperture (f/1.8 - f/8.0 (W), Canon High Power Flash HF-DC1 and HF-DC2, Center, DIGIC 5 with iSAPS Technology, Exposure Compensation: +/- 3 EV in increment of 1/3 EV, External Flash: E-TTL with EX Series Speed Lites, Face Detection FE, Flash Exposure Compensation (+/- 2 EV in increment of 1/3, Focus Control System (Continuous AF, Front Dial, Full HD Movies, Full Manual, G15 Capture a Maximum 10 fps in a Single Burst, HDMI-CEC, HDR Mode, Hot Shoe Flash, Imaging Processor, Iris Aperture Type, Lens Construction: 11 Elements in 9 Groups, Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX, Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX, Manual Power Adjustment (3 Levels with Internal Flash), Miniature Effect: 1280 x 720 / 640 x 480, Movie Shooting Modes: iFrame Movie and Movie Digest: 1280 x 720, Others: 1920 x 1080 / 12, Safety FE, Servo AF / Servo AE, Smart Flash Exposure), Super Slow Motion Movie: 640 x 480 / 320 x 240, Tracking AF), Tracking AF), f/2.8 - f/8.0 (T)), sRGB Type Color Matrix