Canon PowerShot G7 X review, sample image at ISO 125 (f/1.8), |

Canon PowerShot G7 X rear screen

Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II (Black)

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  • Nauticam are shipping their housing for the Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II compact camera. The NA-G7XMKII features the N50 port system of interchangeable ports, a two-stage shutter release and ships with stiffening handle brackets and shutter release extension for use with Nauticam’s optional Flexitrays.


    The Canon Powershot G7 X is the first model to directly challenge the Sony RX100 series in the 1-inch sensor, pocketable camera class, and from our initial handling of the camera it looks like Canon has a particularly strong contender on its hands. The lens offers a very impressive combination of zoom range and maximum aperture, and we think the control layout will be viewed more favourably by stills shooters too, with the top-plate exposure compensation dial and click-stopped lens ring.

  • Despite the controversy about the missing items common to the rest of the G-series, the Canon PowerShot G7 is a well-built, attractive, and refined image maker. Though I'm bugged by its low ISO image noise and obvious anti-noise signature, there's no question that printed images from the PowerShot G7 look great, even when enlarged to 16x20 inches. Film never looked this good, especially at ISO 800.

    Despite the controversy about the missing items common to the rest of the G-series, the Canon PowerShot G7 is a well-built, attractive, and refined image maker. Though I'm bugged by its low ISO image noise and obvious anti-noise signature, there's no question that printed images from the PowerShot G7 look great, even when enlarged to 16x20 inches. Film never looked this good, especially at ISO 800.

    Side of the Canon PowerShot G7 X

  • Top of the Canon PowerShot G7 X

    Expert product design, modern manufacturing techniques, top quality materials backed by a two year warranty, and a critical focus on the user experience combine to produce the premier system for Canon Powershot G7X Mark II. The Nauticam NA-G7XMKII.

Uncompromising power: The Canon PowerShot G7 X


The Canon Powershot G7 X is Canon's first compact camera with a 20.2 megapixel 1inch BSI CMOS sensor. It has an ISO range of ISO125 to ISO12,800, allowing for excellent low light shots. The camera also has a newly developed 4.2x optical zoom lens, equivalent to 24 to 100mm in 35mm terms, with a maximum aperture range of f/1.8 to f/2.8. The PowerShot G7 X digital camera is available for £579.99.