PowerShot G11 Is Actually Two (Stops) Better Than The G10

PowerShot G11 Is Actually Two (Stops) Better Than The G10

Canon’s PowerShot G11, leaked yesterday, is their latest in smallish form factor, RAW-capable cameras that will be available in the US this October for $US500.


The G11 features the same 28mm lens with 5X zoom (28-140mm), but it actually trades the 14.7MP sensor with a 10MP CCD, said to have better performance in lowlight that, coupled with the anti-noise system, offers an alleged two-stop performance increase (according to what Canon told DP Review).

Canon PowerShot G11 Digital Camera
The PowerShot G-series has long been the flagship of the PowerShot line. The new Canon PowerShot G11 Digital Camera further adds to the legacy of this award-winning series with its advanced features, variety of shooting modes and compatible EOS accessories which help to enhance one’s photographic creativity. Designed for those looking for a pocket-sized camera with SLR functionality, this new powerful camera is ideal for the consumer who is looking to capture beautiful landscapes and professional portraits by offering:
• A 10.0-Megapixel High Sensitivity System to capture images with a powerful 5x Optical Zoom lens with Optical Image Stabilization. Additionally, a 28mm (equivalent to 28-140 mm) wide-angle lens helps to get large groups into one shot at events such as a family reunion.
• A 2.8-inch vari-angle PureColor System LCD, new to the G-series, allowing for easier on-camera previewing and reviewing of images from nearly every angle, while still incorporating the optical viewfinder found on previous models.
• Easy access to heavily used functions with two mode dials for adjusting ISO and exposure compensation, and a full range of shooting and recording modes, including RAW + JPEG for ultimate creative control when editing images.
• A host of optional accessories, including Speedlite flashes, an underwater housing and a tele-converter lens to provide further photographic flexibility.