Canon has introduced the new queen of its high-end compact camera. As you well know, this range is known as PowerShot -EOS refers to its DSLR range. And the new protagonist that crowns that variety is the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III. This new model is thinner, less heavy and bets for reflex-type controls and ASP-C sensor.
The Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III is a small camera that does not have interchangeable lenses. In contrast, the included one has three increases (equals 35 mm) with a brightness f 2.8-5.6. Also, the sensor is ASP-C, and the company compares it with that equipped with one of its reflex models, more specifically the EOS 80D. To this sensor must be added the last image processor of the Japanese (DIGIC 7) and the inclusion of a dual-focus Auto Pixel CMOS AF. The latter manages to capture the images quickly and accurately. The company offers the figure of 0.09 seconds, which is not bad at all.
What else can we tell you? Well if you take a look at its design, you can check that we are not before a regular compact camera. Canon has opted to include a distribution of its controls very close to what you could find in your SLR. What’s more, this Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III looks like a small DSLR.
On the other hand, according to the company, this model is 14.8 millimeters thinner than its predecessor, as well as 16% smaller. Meanwhile, in this model have opted to include an OLED viewfinder throughout the center of the body, as well as a touch screen 3 inches fully flip and thus offer more possibilities at the time of the shooting.
Finally, the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III offers Bluetooth, WiFi, NFC and microHDMI connections. Meanwhile, its rechargeable battery has a range of 200 shots on a single charge. Now, you can reach 250 balls if you use the “ECO” mode. According to the brand explains, this style extends its autonomy by 25% more. According to Canon’s online store, this PowerShot G1 X Mark III would arrive late next month at a price of $ 1,300.