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“With smartphones becoming the camera of choice for everyday photos, itu2019s hard not to wonder what will happen to compact shooters that were once the versatile tools for so many things.
Clearly, Canon still believes they have a role to play. Its Powershot G9X Mark II is positioned as a slim, premium offering for folks who want good image quality with style.
For the most part, the new camera is not a lot different from its predecessor. It has the same lens, the equivalent of a 28-84mm with f2.0-4.9 aperture. It has the same controls with the lens barrel ring that makes using the camera a much better experience over smartphones.
Whatu2019s new is the DIGIC 7 image processor under the hood. It promises better image capture in low light situations.
The increased speed also makes it easier to fire with simple burst shot mode and continuous tracking. Thatu2019s great for shooting with the kids or pets but anything more demanding and youu2019d probably need a more capable camera system.
For the most part, the pictures from the camera are definitely better than what I can take with most smartphones, though smartphone cameras are improving by leaps and bounds.”

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Introductio
nThe Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II is a new premium compact camera, featuring the same one-inch type, 20.2 million pixel CMOS sensor as 2015u2019s original G9 X model. The Canon G9 X Mark II now offers a new Digic VII image processor, Dual Sensing Image Stabilisation with 3.5-stops of correction, 0.14-second auto-focus, new Auto ND filter, improved subject tracking and a maximum continuous shooting speed of 8.2fps in raw shooting mode. The new Bluetooth compatibility means you can maintain a constant camera co
ection, so you can see and share your photographs via a phone or tablet even when your camera is tucked away. Other key features of the Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II include a 3-inch touchscreen, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, full HD video recording, and a a 3x optical zoom with a maximum aperture of f/2.0 at its widest point. The Canon Powershot G9 X is available in black or silver/brown priced at u00a3449.99 / u20ac569.99 / $529.99.
Ease of Use
The Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II looks essentially identical to its predecessor. It’s a truly pocketable premium compact camera, and unless you’ve got ridiculously tight pockets, it should feel at home in most jeans or jackets.
You can buy the G9 X Mark II either in black or silver. The silver version is part textured with a tan coating (the black version has a black texture), which gives it a retro and stylish look. Although there’s no raised grip, the texture helps give you purchase, while there’s an ever so slightly raised thumb rest on the back of the camera too.
On the top of the Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II there’s a power on/off button, a playback button, the shutter release, which is surrounded by a zoom switch, and a mode dial. The mode dial contains 9 different exposure mode options, including manual, aperture priority (Av), shutter priority (Tv) and Program, as well as Auto, Hybrid Auto, Scene, Movie, and a space marked as u201cCu201d which can be used for saving a group of custom settings – useful if you often find yourself shooting a particular type of scene.
The inclusion of the latest Digic VII image processor means that continuous shooting times are much improved on the Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II. When shooting JPEGs, the G9 X Mark II can shoot at 8.1fps for up to 38 shots, or 5.3fps with continuous auto-focusing for up to 102 shots. For Raw users, things get even better, with the G9 X Mark II capable of shooting at 8.2fps for up to 21 shots, a major improvement on the original G9 X’s 0.8fps rate.
Front of the Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II”

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