The first PowerShot G-Series camera to incorporate a full-featured 2.36 million dot electronic viewfinder, the amazing PowerShot G5 X camera makes it simple to compose, set and capture high-quality stills and video without taking your eye away from the camera. Its electronic viewfinder helps especially with shooting stills and Full HD video in bright sunlight or when using the LCD monitor is inconvenient. Full control is made simple with dedicated dials situated around the camera that let you easily customize and control the settings. Helpful features like a built-in accessory hot shoe and a multi-angle, capacitive touch screen monitor serve to create a unique experience.
6 Alternative Cameras to Canon G5 X
We’ve combed through thousands of cameras to compile this list of cameras which we think are good alternatives to the Canon G5 X. We’ve looked at Largesensorcompact cameras with a 1-inch sensor (most of the time) and also rated their overall performance for guidance. You can find even more similar camera suggestions if you click on a camera in the list – doing this will take you to another list we’ve compiled of cameras similar to that one.
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