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Canon PowerShot Digital Camera [G7 X Mark II] with Wi-Fi & NFC, LCD Screen, and 1-Inch Sensor – Black, 100 – 1066C001


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  • The EOS 80D camera’s Intelligent Viewfinder helps bring the thrill of SLR photography with each use
  • The Intelligent Viewfinder displays AF points and AF mode, has a grid display, a horizontal electronic level, plus numerous other points of information
  • For next level AF operation, the EOS 80D camera has a wide area, 45 point, all cross type AF system with low luminance performance to EV 3 and 4 types of AF area selection modes
  • The 242 Megapixel (APS C) CMOS sensor captures high resolution images and has refined individual pixels that enable high ISO speeds (16000 for still photographs, 12800 for movies)
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam

  • From the manufacturer

    PowerShot G7 X Mark II
    PowerShot G7 X Mark II

    Illuminate Your Passion

    Stay inspired with the PowerShot G7 X Mark II camera, which combines exhilarating speed and performance with a compact design. Featuring a 1.0-inch sensor, the powerful DIGIC 7 Image Processor, a fast 4.2x Optical Zoom lens and more, it can help capture great images whenever your creativity sparks.

    Image Quality

    Up to 8 fps Continuous Shooting
    Up to 8 fps Continuous Shooting

    Capture the Action

    Capture action shots easily with high-speed continuous shooting up to 8.0 fps. Continuous shooting is available in RAW**, JPEG and RAW+JPEG** modes so you can preserve the moment how you want.

    Multi-angle 3.0” Touch Panel LCD
    Up to 8 fps Continuous Shooting

    Tilt and Touch Operation

    The high-resolution, 3.0” LCD monitor tilts up 180° and down 45°, ideal for taking pictures at creative angles. Touch-panel operation lets you access various settings on screen with a single touch.

    Wireless Sharing
    Wireless Sharing

    Share Your Passion

    Built-in wireless connectivity including Wi-Fi*** and NFC^ allows for on-the-go convenience when you want to share your photos and videos with friends and family and connect to compatible devices easily.

    Picture Style

    Fine-tune Your Images

    Picture Style

    Picture Style lets you choose between eight presets to help you fine-tune how your picture looksIn-camera RAW Conversion

10 reviews for Canon PowerShot Digital Camera [G7 X Mark II] with Wi-Fi & NFC, LCD Screen, and 1-Inch Sensor – Black, 100 – 1066C001

    February 12, 2022
    Was using a DSLR prior to purchasing this, but when I go to concerts and such they don’t allow people to bring in professional cameras with interchangable lenses so I couldn’t put the DSLR to use in situations like that. Also, carrying around a large camera with a heavy lens can be pretty tiring and if I wanted friends to take photos of me, the majority of them didn’t know how to use a DSLR so I wanted something more simple and portable for these reasons. I am SO happy I bought this. The quality is freakin’ amazing and I even use this camera for selfies more than I use my iPhone camera. It’s pretty damn great and I highly recommend it.
    6 people found this helpful
    David Catena
    January 14, 2022
    I delayed writing this review for 4 months, just to be sure my opinion doesn't change. It hasn't, I really like this camera! It takes great quality pictures. It has a zoom lens at a great range (24mm - 105mm), it has all of the automatic features you could ask for (focus, aperture, film speed, shutter speed). Or, you can select manual shutter speed or aperture and the camera will set everything else. Or, you can select all-manual, if you want to set everything yourself. It has a high pixel count (24 megapixel), and it can even be set to shoot in RAW so you can do lots of darkroom magic, if you want.I shot with a manual SLR (a Canon FTb) from the early 70's to the late 90's, then I lost interest. I had purchased a 35mm lens and a 135mm lens to compliment the 50mm supplied with the SLR. I also had lots of peripherals; flashes, macro tubes, remote releases, yada, yada, yada. I felt like a pack mule every time I left the house. I found out a few things about a manual SLR: they're heavy; I took 80% of my pictures with the stock 50mm lens; and the picture quality was only good when I had plenty of time to set up the shot. Mostly, the pictures I got were just on the edge of over- or under-exposed, and were often barely in focus.So, when I decided to get back into photography, I decided to buy a new camera and I wanted that camera to offer: point and shoot for simplest use; good quality pictures so it had to offer a high megapixel rating; a zoom lens that was about the range of my old manual lenses; and light weight so it would be easy to carry around all day.This camera hit all of these requirements and at a reasonable price. The pictures I'm getting with this point and shoot are far superior to those I got from my old SLR. I just couldn't be happier, though I will admit that a modern dSLR will probably also show a similarly dramatic improvement over the old manual SLR's, but at a much higher price.Some cautions:1) Buy a high speed memory card, at least 90 MB/sec. Dumping 30 MB of a picture into a memory card takes time, so a fast memory card is a must to get the fastest possible shot rate.2) Look into the Lensmate filter adapter. This device enables you to attach a UV filter to protect the zoom lens from dirt and water.3) Buy a spare battery, preferably a Canon (a bit expensive, but worth it). Digital cameras live and die by their batteries, so it makes sense to have a good quality spare when you're out for extended shooting.4) Buy a decent strap, the wrist strap supplied with the camera really isn't enough. Look at the Peak Design Camera Leash; rugged, flexible, and easy to remove when storing the camera.If you want the ability to change out lenses, this camera is not for you. But, if you want to take lots of great pictures easily and without the hassle of lugging a lot of equipment around, look into this camera!
    177 people found this helpful
    Peter Knoble
    January 13, 2022
    I bought this camera before going on a cross country road trip, and I never regretted it even once. I was considering getting one of the rebel series canon DSLRs, but realized that all I really wanted was the more advanced features they offer like bulb mode, but in a package that I could still easily keep on my person while on the go. Until I found this I didn't think something like that was available, but canon has more than impressed me. For its size it's full of advanced features, along with the newest digic image processor. Additionally, the wifi transfer mode offers a very convenient way to upload photos on the go when paired with the canon connect phone app. Overall, if you're looking for advanced features in a small point and shoot form factor, then I would highly recommend this camera.
    15 people found this helpful
    Cedric SweetCedric Sweet
    January 1, 2022
    I’ve had this camera for two years. I’ve used it almost everyday taking pictures and videos. It is one of the best point and shoots I’ve ever owned. I’ve dropped it, threw it in my bag where it was just tossed around and it still hasn’t showed any signs of stopping. It has a feature where it connects to your phone and you can download all the videos and images straight to your phone anywhere. Overall wonderful camera gave me some very good years.
    3 people found this helpful
    December 12, 2021
    I got this to replace a Canon G12 which died for the second time. I do a lot of photography at the Great Dickens Christmas Fair. This is an indoor site with dim theatrical lighting that makes non-flash photography difficult at best and the lighting also makes color correction close to impossible at best.My camera is in a box disguised as a Victorian box camera, called a mousetrap. It blocks any flash, so I have to rely on the sensor and processor to do the heavy lifting. The GX7 II does a spectacular job! Where I would have had difficulty taking a photograph due to low light and had a dark image, the GX7 gave me a bright color balanced photo that looked like it had been taken in a sunlit room! the full size sensor and fast lens really come through.The zoom works well and has a setting for continue or step zooming. The zoom is somewhat limited so that this is not a substitute for a camera set up for a high zoom ration if you need telephoto capabilities. This is a tradeoff for the fast F1.8-2.8 lens. That f2.8 at full zoom is quite a bit faster than most lenses at that relative focal length.The cons are the complexity of the menuing system and the thick manual in small type and an index that could be quite a bit better. There is no hot shoe or microphone input.
    2 people found this helpful
    Carl O’Day
    July 1, 2021
    I bought this camera as an alternative to my DSLR gear and to get some good video of my daughters. This camera does not disappoint. The photos are excellent, it is easy to use, and is really small and light.The pros:- The size! It is a little bigger than pocket size, but fits great in a purse and definitely in cargo short pockets- Focus is quick and accurate (unless your subject is a 4yo that moves faster than a running back)- Picture quality is excellent for the sensor size (or for any camera really)- Battery life is reasonable (and they don't take forever to charge)- The image stabilization saved my bacon a time or two. Not the 4 stops you see on a $2k lens, but still pretty good- having a dial for exposure compensation at thumb level is great- Having full manual mode as well as the semi-auto modes (Av, Tv) is great for those of us that want that level of control- The Wi-Fi works well and the mobile app (on Android at least) works great- Raw files!- Video is great (even if not 4K)Cons:- It might be small, but the metal body makes it a little on the heavy side- There is only one fully auto mode - no "Sports", "Landscape", or "Portrait" modes- High speed continuous mode in Raw+JPEG fills the buffer in a hurry (I know, a bit nitpicky)- If you put the strap on the right side (from the rear) you will probably hit the Wi-Fi button when putting the camera in your pocket or a snug case. That drains the battery in a hurry.- Audio quality is, well, not very good. The microphone is in a spot easily covered or blocked by a hand holding the camera.All in all, I am very happy with the purchase. My wife also appreciates that we own a camera that doesn't weigh a few pounds or require a degree in rocket surgery to use. Given the popularity of it's predecessor, The G7X MKII is likely to become the compact vlogging of choice for those that have the budget.If this review was helpful to you, please click the "yes" button below - 
    330 people found this helpful
    Uriah WernerUriah Werner
    July 1, 2021
    Amazing camera. I'm a professional photographer and I am extremely impressed with the picture quality. I also love all the manual controls and the ease-of-use. I shoot weddings on a Canon 5D Mark III and a Canon 6D. In a pinch I could easily use this camera if I needed to.The picture I have attached is a 15 second exposure with my kids running around with solar lights. This shot is un-edited and was shot in raw. The only thing I did with the picture was transfer it via Wi-Fi to my cell phone using the Canon picture app.
    1,025 people found this helpful
    Backcountry ExposureBackcountry Exposure
    June 6, 2021
    This camera is simply amazing! I've been shooting professionally for several years and have used about every type of camera under the sun. I recently gave up the professional side of photography and sold my DSLR and went to this little guy for various reasons. I run a YouTube channel and needed something that would be compact and easy to use with good quality video/photos. I backpack a lot and this was the right choice for that.The 1" sensor that Canon is using may not be the highest quality sensor that you can buy, and is no where near the quality that a full frame or even APS-C sensor provides, but for what the 1" sensor is capable of producing, it awesome. Canon has always made high quality gear that performs well on the back end. I've always been happy with the images that come from it, and the video is even better. I publish 8-10 videos a month on my youtube channel and am always impressed by how the video looks. The color balance is smooth and rarely needs correction post edit. I love too that I can shoot 24 frames per second instead of being forced to 30 frames. Just overall the video aspect of this camera is great!I am also happy with the menu and settings. They aren't complicated and getting the settings you want is easy to do. The manual settings are fairly easy to control as well. I've done some night shots of the stars with this and it did a nice job of having very little noise given the smaller sensor. I can do almost everything I could do with my DSLR with this Canon. It's really just a great camera!
    215 people found this helpful
    S. Vogt
    May 19, 2021
    I want to first discuss the autofocus. This camera DOES NOT use dual pixel AF or any other phase detect AF system in it. Manage your autofocus expectations accordingly. Especially in low light and in video. However, it does have a noticeable improvement in speed over its predecessor and for most situations it's fine.What this camera excels at, just like its predecessor, is stills. It has excellent low and mid ISO image quality. I prefer the Fine Detail setting as my picture style as it provide excellent sharpness and punchy, great-looking colors by default. But there are a number of other picture styles to suit your tastes. I also love that this camera now has in camera raw processing, which can be useful.It seems also like Canon has quietly made some improvements to the lens because it seems a bit sharper than the one on the G7X even though they are supposed to be the same.Video quality is also excellent and quite sharp. The autofocus is pretty good but because it's contrast detect, you will see a little bit of back and forth motion with the focus from time but otherwise it's not bad. Great for casual uses such as vlogging.The camera controls are well laid-out. I like the chunkier grip and that the exposure comp dial has better feedback to it. The one its predecessor could be a little hard to turn (but kudos to Canon for at least including one - Sony RX100 has no such dial on top). The LCD is bright and clear and also is more flexible, which means it's a lot easier to compose on in bright sunlight. Battery life is not stellar but once again, this also an improvement over the original G7X. It should last you a day of shooting.Complaints? I think the major one is, and this seems to be an issue on both the G7X and the RX100 series cameras, is that dust can easily get inside the lens. Even though the camera has a built-in automatic lens cap, it does a poor job at keeping dust and other particles out. I would recommend getting a secondary lens cap which can run anywhere from $5-$15 at the big NYC camera retailers or here . I also think the noise reduction in the JPEGS is a little heavy-handed by default. You should turn this down to low.But overall, a great enthusiast compact camera. The 1" Sony sensor inside is still relatively small compared to APSC rebels or mirrorless but it punches above its weight in image quality. If you really don't see yourself going much beyond the kit lens if you were to buy a Rebel, this could be a great alternative. It takes great photos and video, has improved (but not perfect) AF and battery life over the original, and it comfortable to shoot with.
    247 people found this helpful
    A. CohnA. Cohn
    April 1, 2021
    This camera is the bomb!!! Unlike some posting here, I am by no means a professional photographer. I own 3 canon point & shoot type cameras & this is far far away the best! The automatic shooting modes give at best mediocre results, in my humble opinion. But by just branching out slightly into the aperture modes, even a hobbyist photographer with mediocre ability like me can with this camera even in lowish lighting conditions achieve controlled, even somewhat artistic results as I found playing with it on day #2 with no flash and no tripod. Incredible picture quality. There is one silly nit running through all the canon cameras of which the buyer should be aware. It appears impossible to use the vaunted wifi capability with windows 10. I have spent hours trying to make it work, then a google search showed there are crowds out there facing the same frustration. So if you think you'll take pictures and beam them to your win10 OS computer, look for another camera. If you're content to just shuffle the card out & read it or do something else and will settle for a terrific compact point & shoot camera that can really almost function as a DSLR replacement, this is the camera to buy. It's expensive, but worth every penny!
    61 people found this helpful
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