It is a common problem for most cameras to under-perform for low-light settings. An exception is the Canon PowerShot G7 X. Curious to know why?
Most cameras are ideal for day photography. Be it early morning or late afternoon, most cameras perform a fine job in the day.
But when you need to capture memorable photos at shows, events or activities, where lights are dim, the Canon PowerShot G7 X is the ideal camera for delivering performance anytime.
More Light & Beautiful Bokeh
With its fast lens (aperture opening to f/1.8) it can catch more light to its large (1-inch) sensors. This feature allows capturing beautiful images in low-light scenes.
But that’s not all; it also has a 9-bladed shutter, which creates beautiful out-of-focus painterly backgrounds (known as “bokeh”). This helps to isolate the subject in focus from the busy background. And little points of light in the background become like soft glowing balls of light in your photo. It’s like magic!
Why not challenge yourself to shoot a photo with the dazzling bokeh effect? It certainly will differentiate your photos from the rest!
Preview Before Photographing
This has to be the newest, most necessary function now. Never risk a bad selfie again with the 180-degree tilt touchscreen LCD. You can even check yourself in the preview screen before clicking the shutter.
You can also place yourself strategically for fun shots with background objects or for gorgeous shots with beautiful scenery. Better photos await you!
Ideal for Advanced Photographers
For advanced photographers who find DSLRs too troublesome to carry around and want an advanced Digital Compact Camera to use for travel or casual shooting, this is an excellent option.
With its monster 20.2-megapixel 1-inch sensor, fast and powerful 4.2x optical zoom, and premium 9-blade shutter, this is a complete top-of-its-class camera!
Additionally, the 31-point AF (prevalent in most DSLRs but rarely in Digital Compact Cameras) and touch screen, will give advanced amateurs the power to focus precisely within the frame with a touch of the screen.
DO zoom in for single portraits and use a wide aperture (i.e. f/2.8 or f/4) for a beautiful bokeh background.