Canon Powershot G1 Reviews
Product Type: Canon digital cameras
Description:Model ID C83-1004BX / Canon PowerShot G1 - Digital camera - 3.3 Mpix - optical zoom: 3 x - supported memory: CF - metallic silver / Canon scales the heights of clarity with a state-of-the-art digital camera that delivers images of unprecedented quality. This is a camera with ... more
Canon Powershot G1 ... enough advanced options to satisfy a professional photographer, yet it retains an ease of use that will allow a skilled amateur to shoot without feeling overwhelmed. It even boasts the ability to take short movie clips - with sound! Packing 3.34 million pixels, you'll be hard-pressed to find a camera that can deliver a clearer image with 3x Zoom Lens.
Meanwhile, you can control every aspect of your shot as much or as little as you want. Shutter speed, aperture, white balance, focus - you can manually adjust any of them to suit your creative needs, or let the PowerShot G1 take care of them for you. Innovative options such as auto exposure bracketing allow you to hedge your best while shooting in questionable conditions. Meanwhile, variable-angle LCD monitor and a convenient wireless remote allow you to take shots from difficult angles with ease. Whether you are a professional or just want to take professional grade photos, the PowerShot G1 is the digital camera for you.
This camera is supplied with software bundle, including: Adobe Photoshop 5.0LE; Canon Utilities ZoomBrowser EX 2.4; Canon Utilities RemoteCapture 1.1; Canon Digital Camera RS-232C TWAIN Driver 3.4; Canon Digital Camera USB TWAIN driver 3.4; Canon Utilities PhotoStitch 3.1; Apple QuickTime 4.1; Macintosh: Adobe PhotoShop 5.0LE; Canon Utilities ImageBrowser 1.4; Canon Utilities RemoteCapture 1.1; Canon Digital Camera Plug-In module 3.4; Canon Utilities PhotoStitch 3.1; Apple QuickTime 4.1.
Newest Review: ... landscape etc as well as a very good and clear automatic flash which can be turned on and off as required. The anti red eye ... more
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Customer Canon Powershot G1 Reviews (4)
by - written on 07/04/07 (Very useful, 142 readings)
Hi all and welcome to my review this time I would like to talk about my very old but very trusty digital camera which was top of the range when it came out but has now been superseded by many newer models but because of the ease of use and the fact that it stills takes photos as good as the day I bought it 5 years ago I have kept a hold of it and still use it to this day. It operates in much the same way as today's cameras and has a built in LCD screen which you flip out and rotate to view the images and view the scenery ahead of you before taking a photo. Advertised as a 3.3 mega pixel camera it really doe's provide you with great images from portrait ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/02, updated on 19/02/02
Under the form and size PowerShot G1 differs from all previous cameras of firm Canon, and as that were intended for a wide range of the users, type PowerShot S10, S20 or earlier devices of a series "А", and from a professional type Canon Pro 70. This camera is equipped 3-megapixel matrix, 3-multiple optics and standard plug "hotshoe" for connection of an external flash. PowerShot G1 has a lot of professional possibilities, which, doubtlessly, on dignity will be appreciated it by the holders and seriously will disturb the competitors. PowerShot G1 as a storage uses cards CompactFlash Type I or II, and this camera declares full ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/00, updated on 14/12/00 (Very useful, 369 readings)
The Canon Powershot G1 is very small for the all the features they have crammed in. Supplied with recharger, mains AC adapter, rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery, USB cable, Video Cable, 16MB Compact Flash card, 3x optical zoom, macro of 6cm and an F2 lens. This camera has a full manual mode with most SLR functions although it is not an SLR. There is a Hot shoe on the top for the Canon Speedlite range only selective newer speedlite flashes though i.e. 220, 440 and 550 EX. The cameras resolution is 3.34 Mega Pixel with movie mode. What is good that is not in any spec is that the flash works very well at close range. When it fires the lens ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/01, updated on 27/04/01 (Useful, 184 readings)
I bought a Canon Powershot G1 a couple of months ago to replace the EOS 5 kit that I found myself using less and less. I chose the G! because of the 3 megapixel resolution, the level of manual control available and the possibility of using an IBM Microdrive for storage. I also considered the Fuji FinePix 4700, but that felt a little flimsy and doesn't support the microdrive. So, after some experience of using it, I'm generally very impressed. The choice of manual and semi-auto modes is good (although it tends not to cope too well with bright highlights in some cases). The battery lasts a long, long time between charges. The LCD monitor is excellent, ... Read the complete review
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