Taking ahead the success history created by PowerShot G-series of camera, renowned company Canon has introduced a new infant, Canon PowerShot G1 X in family of G-series of camera’s during Consumer Event Show (CES) on going at Las Vegas. It is reported that Canon PowerShot G1 X will take place of existing its erstwhile sibling Canon PowerShot G12. The features integrated in Canon PowerShot G1 X includes 1.5-inch 14.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, this type of sensor is mostly founded in mirror less and full size DSLR camera. As an impact of large sensor, the new G1 X 12 can shoot photos up-to ISO of 12,800 with an aperture range of f/2.8 to f/16 and a 4x optical zoom from 28-112mm. Other features adorned in G1 X are 922,000-dot-3-inch LCD and 1080p video at 24 FPS.
According to reports the new Canon PowerShot G1 X will be launched in market during the month of February with price tag of $799. Assembling all the features of its erstwhile siblings the new Canon PowerShot G1 X carries a wide array of various latest technical features that have been highly acclaimed by the professionals. It has been regarded as Canon’s first camera with that adorns large 4:3 aspect, 14.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor measuring 18.7mm x 14mm – similar in height to the APS-C sensors used within EOS DSLR models.
The increased sensor size enriches the photographers to maintain control on the depth of field with increased ability to isolate the targeted area from its background. The advanced dynamic range lavishes the use to shoot shadows and highlights within the same frame. Whereas integration of 14.3 megapixels resolution supports large sized print and also result in images to be cropped with powered compositions. The noise reduction sensor ensures that photos and videos are clear even at high ISO speeds, on the other side 4 channel read out supports capturing of high images in all kind of environmental conditions.