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Canon Developing PowerShot G3 X Premium Compact

Canon USA have announced the development of the G3 X, featuing a 1 inch sensor and 25x optical zoom.

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Canon PowerShot G3 X

Canon USA has announced that Canon is developing a new addition to the G series line-up. 

The PowerShot G3 X prototype will be displayed at CP+ 2015. The camera will will incorporate a large 1.0-inch sensor and a 24-600mm (35mm film equivalent) 25x optical zoom lens while maintaining a compact size that makes it easy to carry around. 

Introduced in 2000 as a high-end-model lineup, Canon's G series of PowerShot cameras has played a leading role in the compact camera market thanks to its high-image quality.

Calling upon the Company's latest lens, sensor and image processing technology know-how, Canon launched the current flagship-model PowerShot G1 X Mark II camera in March 2014, followed in October of the same year with the launch of the high-image-quality compact-body PowerShot G7 X camera. 

 

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mrjes 17 2 United States
6 Feb 2015 5:00PM
I must admit that it sounds very interesting.They can keep the GPS, NFC etc though if they'll just give me RAW and a fully articulating LCD. I might be a Nikon loyalist, but with these specs I'd definitely have to give it some VERY serious thought.

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