New PowerShot G9 X Mark II: come DIGIC 7 and Bluetooth
Compared to the first model are few changes that Canon has wanted to implement this version of Mark II: in particular, we find a new image processor, the latest DIGIC 7, which also equips SLR and mirrorless top of the range, and Bluetooth’s connectivity.
Canon advantage of the new climate of Las Vegas CES 2017 to introduce its new Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II evolution had for the previous model. We are faced with a compact pocket equipped with a sensor size of 1″ and 3x optical zoom with a maximum aperture F2.0.
Compared to the first model are few changes that Canon has wanted to implement this version of Mark II: in particular, we find a new image processor, the latest DIGIC 7, which also equips SLR and mirrorless top of the range, and Bluetooth connectivity.
They remain firm points of the back-illuminated CMOS sensor in size from 1 inch and credited with 20.1 megapixels: now, thanks to the new image processor gets to provide a burst to 8.2 fps, 6 fps against the previous model.
Tenet also the optical ZOMM 3x stabilized 28-84 mm equivalents, which remains the focal F2.0 minimal (with a less exciting F4.9 at the maximum focal length). They remain firm points also the touch screen display and the maximum sensitivity of ISO 12800, as well as the maximum shutter speed of 1/2000s.
In terms of connections, Wi-Fi and NFC continue to be integrated, but they are now joined by the voracious little Bluetooth connectivity, which allows a constant connection between smartphone and camera, instantly using the pious voracious Wi-Fi only when needed. Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II will be available starting in February at the suggested retail price of $529.
- 1.0-Inch, 20.1 Megapixel* High-sensitivity CMOS sensor.
- Digic 7 image processor.
- Ultra-slim, lightweight and pocket-size camera.
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