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“What is the Canon G7X Mark II?
The Canon G7X Mark II sits in Canonu2019s premium range of compact cameras. Itu2019s intended to appeal to those who want a device that offers a high level of control and excellent image quality, but slots into your pocket. It could be seen as a travel compact for those who own bigger cameras, such as a DSLR or CSC.
Itu2019s an upgrade on the G7X, bringing a series of relatively small but useful updates u2013 although it retains the same sensor and lens as its predecessor. It features manual control and raw format shooting, making it particularly appealing to enthusiasts.
Canon G7X Mark II u2013 Design and Handling
There are currently five different models in Canonu2019s G range of premium compact cameras. The G7X Mark II, in terms of body shape, sits alongside the G9X in offering a premium set of specifications in a pocket-friendly body. While the G9X is even smaller than this offering, the slightly bigger body means you get a tilting screen, and a longer lens.
In order to keep the size down, other trade-offs have also been made. You donu2019t get a fully articulating screen and, crucially, there’s no viewfinder either. If you’re an enthusiast photographer used to shooting with a DSLR or high-end CSC then this is likely to be something youu2019ll miss. If it’s particularly problematic, you can opt for the G5X instead.
The overall design of the G7X Mark II is pretty sleek, if arguably a little on the utilitarian side. Thereu2019s a useful grip on the front of the camera that helps it sit snugly in the hand.
Atop the camera is a dial for quickly moving between the different exposure modes on offer, while just beneath it sits an exposure compensation dial that can be very easily reached by your thumb for making quick changes.”

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