- Canon G16
I’m thinking of getting one of these for biking, I used to be mad keen on filming everything with a gopro but that gets old fast. I would go for a sony Rx 100 m2 but the canon has a good reputation for its ruggedness.Posted 4 years ago
So does anyone use a G16 or G15 and how do you rate it?sharkattackMember
I’ve got a G12 and it’s amazing. All the manual settings and the ability to shoot RAW makes it a legitimate stand in for a DSLR. Didn’t realise they were up to 16 I’m off to check them out….
EDIT: looks great but they’ve ditched the articulated screen. I originally thought it was a bit gimmicky but I use it loads to shoot from the ground or over head. Wider aperture and available throughout the zoom range though which mine can’t do.Posted 4 years agojimwMember
i have used a G15, excellent picture quality and the build quality is great. Very easy to use, I have no problems with ‘lack’ of articulated screen, especially as it has made the camera more compact. It is quite heavy though- a result of it’s metal chassis. Picture quality is very good.Posted 4 years agoampthillSubscriber
I think lens error was a while back
I have picked up a G15 and it felt great to use. So yes its a contender
But I’d be very tempted by a Sony RX100. If only because its sensor is better in low light or at high iso
It depends on where you ride perhaps. The woods round here are very dark in the winter. The G15/16 catches up as you zoom in as it has a faster lens zoomed in
Of the other thing that put me off the g15 was the slower burst rate. It looks like the G16 has sorted this outPosted 4 years ago
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