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January 9, 2012

Canon Drops a New Powerhouse of a Point and Shoot – The G1X

Canon G1x

Canon just announced a new powerhouse of a point and shoot called the G1x. It has a 14mp sensor a bit smaller than the Sony Nex APS-C size, but still larger than most others cameras in it’s class. This camera also has a fast fixed stabilized zoom lens, f/2.8-5.8, 28-112mm equivalent.

Courtesy of Imageresource – “Every major camera manufacturer save one has entered the market for compact system cameras, digital cameras with small bodies, mostly larger sensors, and interchangeable lenses, all without a complicated mirror box system. That one hold-out continues to wait, but Canon drops a few hints in the design and choice of sensors with the new flagship of the G-series, the G1 X. With a sensor that’s just a little larger than a Four Thirds, and just a little smaller than APS-C, the G1 X could be a hint of things to come.

Canon emphasizes that the G1 X does not replace the G12, instead representing the apex of the line. Coming in at a considerably higher price point of $799 MSRP, a full $300 more than the G12, it is indeed a departure.

While it’s clearly related to recent G-series cameras, the Canon G1 X is a little more of a commitment than the G12, as well as most compact system cameras. At 18.8 ounces (534g) it weighs more than a pound, noticeably more than the G12’s 12.4 ounce weight (351g). It’s also larger in all dimensions, measuring 4.6 x 3.2 x 2.5 inches (117 x 81 x 65mm), compared to the G12’s 4.4 x 3.0 x 1.9 inches (112 x 76 x 48mm). It goes from an under-two-inch body to a 2.5 inch thick one, or about 17mm thicker, and also gains 5mm in width and height. Much of that thickness, however, is for the lens ring, with the grip sticking out quite a bit less.

It’s nice to see the Canon G1 X’s substantial knurled grip and similarly knurled control dial perched above it. Even more lovely to behold is the comparatively large lens element. Looks like a lens we could fall in love with. Its 4x zoom covers the equivalent of a 28-112mm zoom lens, and ranges from f/2.8 to f/5.8 from wide to tele.”

Canon G1xCanon G1x

 

Canon G1X – Complete Summary

Beloved by pros, and amateurs alike, the Canon PowerShot series has earned its popularity. Sometimes you just don’t want to lug the DSLR out, but you want more flexibility than a basic point-and-shoot can give you; and, maybe micro 4/3 just isn’t where you’re at. The PowerShot G1 X Digital Camera speaks to your desires, while keeping things simple.

Shoot in the basic auto mode, letting the G1 X do the leg work for you, or choose all your settings in the manual mode – allowing your creativity to run wild. Whatever you’re feeling like, the G1 X builds on the good name of its predecessors, giving you an easy to carry around camera with numerous features to keep you satisfied and shooting all day long. You won’t be bored or frustrated, instead you’ll have a myriad of options, capable of keeping things fresh with every shot.

The shooting and photo effects in the G1 X stretch the photographer’s creativity. A brief sampling of modes includes: Custom, Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Handheld Night Scene, Program (and all his friends: Shutter-Priority, Aperture-Priority, the aforementioned manual, etc.), Super Vivid, Nostalgic, Toy Camera Effect, Monochrome, Poster Effect, and then some.

Another interesting feature is the Movie Digest which allows you to create a video of highlights from a day of shooting. When Movie Digest is on the camera will automatically record a short video clip (up to 4 seconds) every time you shoot a still image. The entire day’s worth of clips will be automatically combined into a single video. Of course, the High Dynamic Range shooting mode takes a number of shots to ensure you’ll get a photo that works – one underexposed, one overexposed, and one normal. All three are combined for an image that is balanced and evenly detailed with flattering shadows and highlights.

More than putting a bevy of options at your fingertips though, the G1 X also puts forth respectable image quality with an enhanced 14.3Mp 1.5″ CMOS image sensor. That’s over 4Mp more the company’s previous permutation in the series. Other improvements include an ISO range that now reaches to 12,800, and 1080p HD video – up from 720p in the past. The camera also gives you a dedicated movie button for one-push video capture. Still in place you’ll find the 28mm (35mm equivalent) lens, this time with 4x optical zoom and a 16x combined zoom option. Additionally, the camera also sports a slightly bigger LCD screen, at 3.0″. The Vari-Angle option remains a hallmark of the series as does the optical viewfinder.

One could delve into a rabbit hole explaining all the twists and turns and avenues to explore with the G1 X. However, if one were to sum up the basic premise of the camera it would be that the G1 X gives you room to move in just about every direction might want to explore. Manual mode? Got it. Want to shoot 1080p video with audio? Got that too. An HDR addict? You can indulge here. What’s more, while the camera has a built-in flash it also allows the user to add on optional Canon Speedlites to the hotshoe for more advanced low-light capture, among the many other features on this remarkable camera.

Canon DIGIC 5 Image Processor
The latest-generation Canon DIGIC 5 Image Processor brings phenomenal increases in processing speed and power. Improved chip architecture and algorithms deliver greatly expanded functionality with further refinement in image quality. Improved noise reduction produces clearer images when shooting in low light at high ISO speeds. Enhanced i-Contrast performance adjusts differences between light and dark areas to achieve even more natural-looking results. The faster processing speed also results in faster continuous shooting capability. The DIGIC 5 Image Processor also makes possible a highly advanced automatic white balance system. Whereas conventional white balance makes an overall adjustment based on a single type of light source, the Canon Multi-Area White Balance analyzes several areas of the image to determine whether different adjustments are needed, for example, for the main subject and the background
Canon 1.5″ 14.3Mp High-Sensitivity CMOS Sensor
Canon engineers developed a sensor for the PowerShot G1 X digital camera that is nearly the size of an EOS DSLR camera’s APS-C sized sensor, and built with a similar pixel structure – each pixel site is larger, allowing more light to be captured – giving the PowerShot G1 X a completely different level of image quality than compact cameras that have come before it. At 1.5″, the sensor is approximately 6.3 times larger than that of the PowerShot G12 digital camera. This heightened degree of sensitivity, along with 14.3Mp, delivers several distinct advantages. Noise is dramatically reduced at high ISO speeds for clear low-light and nighttime shooting. Resolution at low ISO speeds is incredibly rich and precise. And, most atypically for a compact camera, the PowerShot G1 X digital camera allows you to create the intensely beautiful background blur that is the hallmark of DSLR cameras
Canon HS SYSTEM
The Canon HS SYSTEM lets you take bright, clear photos in an even wider range of shooting situations. Beautiful low-light shots are possible with minimal noise and maximum detail in highlight and shadow areas. The system is the result of two technologies brought together in PowerShot cameras: a high-sensitivity imaging sensor, which is able to capture more light; and the DIGIC Image Processor, which actively reduces noise with high-speed image processing. The 14.3 megapixel Canon CMOS sensor in the PowerShot G1 X incorporates advanced light reception technology that enhances sensitivity. The new DIGIC 5 Image Processor provides a major boost in noise reduction, expanding the usable range to an amazingly high ISO of 12,800. The HS SYSTEM thus lets you use higher shutter speeds to capture clearer images with reduced noise and blur
EOS-Level Creative Control: Shooting and Recording Modes Including 14-Bit RAW + JPEG
The PowerShot G1 X offers a host of shooting and recording modes ranging from fully automatic to fully manual, plus full HD movies and full-resolution High-Speed Burst HQ at a maximum of 6 frames. The camera recognizes 32 shooting situations, automatically optimizing settings for achieving the highest quality shots on the go. Alternatively, you can exert complete creative control over the look and feel of your images. The 14-bit signal processing, just as in EOS series cameras, gives images notably rich detail and smooth gradation. Compared with 12-bit processing, 14-bit offers a 4x increase in RAW data, makes a visible impact, giving images rich detail in both highlights and shadows as well as smoother, more natural tonal gradation for outstanding image quality
Canon Full HD Video Advantage
In addition to the HS SYSTEM, the combination of the advanced CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 5 Image Processor in the PowerShot G1 X digital camera makes it possible to shoot crisp, clear high definition video. Imagine the fun and excitement of being able to shoot spectacular 1080p full HD video with stereo sound that you can later watch on your HDTV or download to your computer to share with family and friends. In addition to be able to shoot full HD 1080p video at 24 frames per second, the PowerShot G1 X digital camera can also shoot 720p HD video at 30 frames per second
Dedicated Movie Button, Wind Filter Feature and Optical Zoom for Easy Video Capture
It’s never been easier to shoot videos with a PowerShot digital camera. The PowerShot G1 X has a dedicated movie button that lest you start and stop recording instantly. There is no need to go through layers of menus or operate switches or dials to switch to and from video recording mode. The camera is always ready to shoot stills or video whenever you want. The PowerShot G1 X also incorporates an electronic wind filter, which suppresses wind noise that can muffle or distort the sound. And unlike less sophisticated point-and-shoot cameras, the PowerShot G1 X lets you use the full range of optical zoom when you’re shooting a video
HDTV Playback via HDMI with CEC Support
It’s easy to enjoy and share the videos you shoot with the PowerShot G1 X. Simply connect its HDMI terminal to your HDTV using an HDMI cable. And because the PowerShot G1 X supports HDMI-CEC technology, you’ll be able to control the playback of your images and videos on any CEC-enabled HDTV using the TV’s remote control. (CEC – Consumer Electronic Control – is part of the HDMI specification, enabling components in a system to communicate with one another)
iFrame
With the PowerShot G1 X you can also shoot video in the Apple iFrame format, which is a computer-friendly standard that speeds importing and editing of videos. It keeps file sizes small, making it more convenient to upload or email high-quality videos. The iFrame format enjoys native support in compatible Mac and Windows video applications, making it unnecessary to perform time-consuming and often quality-degrading conversions
4x Wide-Angle Optical Zoom and 28mm Lens
The PowerShot G1 X digital camera is equipped with a newly designed 4x wide-angle optical zoom and 28mm lens (35mm equivalent: 28-112mm), built with the knowledge acquired over decades of Canon leadership in optical technology innovation. Canon engineers specifically designed this lens to take advantage of the PowerShot G1 X digital camera’s exceptionally large sensor. Bright and fast, the f/2.8 lens captures the wealth of subtle detail, even indoors and in dark scenes, and easily covers a full range of shooting situations. It incorporates the latest in Canon UA lens technology, suppressing lens aberration for outstanding image quality throughout the entire zoom range. Images are richly expressive, from areas of highest resolution to beautifully your avenues for creative photography. Zooming is fast and precise, and 4x power takes you in for the close-up
UA Lens Technology
Pioneered by Canon, UA Lens technology makes possible compact lenses with remarkable optical performance. By using molded glass with an ultra-high refractive index in aspherical lens elements, Canon has succeeded in reducing lens size while significantly reducing image aberrations. Another stellar example of cutting-edge Canon optics, UA Lens technology helps make PowerShot digital cameras pocket-friendly and capable of astounding image quality
Optical Image Stabilizer
Handheld shooting can often lead to camera shake, making photos and videos blurry. Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer is a sophisticated system that shifts a lens groups to correct unwanted camera movement. It makes handheld photography more practical in more shooting situations. For photos, it enables shooting at slower shutter speeds, accommodating more low-light shooting situations of up to 4 stops without having to boost ISO sensitivity. With camera shake reduced you get a sharper, steadier image
Intelligent IS
Intelligent IS analyzes camera movement and applies the best shake correction method for the shooting situation. For stills, the system automatically selects among Normal, Panning, Macro (Hybrid), and Tripod IS modes. When shooting video, the system automatically selects among Dynamic, Powered, Macro, and Tripod IS modes. With Intelligent IS, you can concentrate on image capture, letting the camera make the most effective IS settings to assure the steadiest possible imageNormal
Corrects for a wide range of camera movement when shooting stillsPanning
Panning motion is detected so that IS does not interfere with desired camera movementMacro (Hybrid)
Corrects for shift-type camera shake, which typically occurs in macro (close-up) shootingDynamic
Effective for video shooting at wide-angle focal lengths, eliminating the unwanted shaking that typically occurs while walkingPowered
Compensates for hand movement when shooting video at the telephoto end of the zoom range, where camera shake is magnified

Tripod
When tripod use is detected, the Image Stabilizer is stopped because it is not needed

3.0″ Vari-Angle PureColor System LCD
With the PowerShot G1 X digital camera, difficult shooting angles won’t stop you from getting the shot you want. The camera’s big 3.0″ Vari-Angle LCD screen swivels out and rotates, tilting up and down to give you access to the highest and lowest angles for shooting flexibility that greatly enhances your creative expressive. You can also capture perfectly centered self-portraits or put yourself into group shots. The LCD screen’s benefits don’t end with mobility. A resolution of 922,000 dots gives you an unprecedented level of detail in the images you’re composing. The high resolution level also makes it easy to read on-screen information when you’re adjusting camera settings and accessing shot information. Full-spectrum color is true and natural. AS befits a high-performance camera designed for advanced users, the PowerShot G1 X digital camera is equipped with an optical viewfinder as well. Shoot SLR-style with the real image optical zoom finder, and customize the viewfinder for your vision with dioptric adjustment
Electronic Level
The PowerShot G1 X even has a built-in electronic level that calculates the camera’s horizontal angle of tilt and displays the information on the LCD monitor. The features makes it easier to capture a perfectly level shot every time
High-Speed Burst HQ
Utilizing the increased processing speed and power of the new Canon DIGIC 5 Image Processor High-Speed Burst HQ makes it possible to capture fast action stills as full resolution during continuous shooting. The results are exceptionally high-quality images recorded in rapid sequence. In this mode, the PowerShot G1 X can capture a maximum of 6 shots in a single burst
Shooting Modes / Special Scene Modes
Smart AUTO
The camera automatically selects the best shooting settings for optimal quality based on subjects and environmental factors to provide point-and-shoot simplicityProgram
The camera automatically and intelligently selects the aperture/shutter speed combination based on the shooting conditionsMovie Digest
Records a video clip before capturing a still image and then combines one day’s worth of clips into a videoShutter-Priority
You select the shutter speed and the camera automatically selects the appropriate apertureAperture-Priority
You set the aperture, controlling depth-of-field. The camera automatically selects the shutter speedManual
You have complete control of exposure, selecting both aperture and shutter speed manuallyCustom
Define and store your own settings to achieve the effects you prefer

Portrait
Brings the subject into focus while beautifully blurring the background

Landscape
Increases depth-of-field for sharp and sweeping landscape shots

Kids and Pets
The camera reduces focus time so you won’t miss those special shots

Sports
The camera uses high shutter speeds to capture fast-moving subjects

Handheld Night Scene
Take clear and steady pictures at night without the use of a tripod

Super Vivid
Super Vivid intensifies existing hues, saturating the scene with bright colors

Color Accent
Choose to retain a single color in your image while other colors turn monochrome

Color Swap
Select a color and replace it with a color you specify for special effects

High Dynamic Range
The camera combines three different exposures to get one evenly lit image

Nostalgic
Create the look and feel of old photographs using sepia tones and black-and-white

Beach
Get clear shots of people at a sunny beach without darkened faces

Underwater
Capture underwater images with reduced backscatter effect. Optional underwater case required

Foliage
Capture brilliant shots of autumn foliage, greenery, and blossoms

Snow
Shoot clear snow scenes without darkened subjects or an unnatural bluish tint

Fireworks
Create brilliant images of skyrocketing fireworks

Fisheye Effect
Now you can get the fisheye effect – a classic photographic distortion – without a fisheye lens

Miniature Effect
Give images a miniature look with an effect that emphasizes perspective by blurring the top and bottom of the image

Toy Camera Effect
Simulates photos taken with “toy” or pinhole cameras, darkening the image at the edges to create a vignette

Monochrome
Choose from three single-tone effects: black-and-white, sepia, or blue

Poster Effect
Poster Effect combines several similar shades into one color, turning subtle gradations into eye-catching, scene-popping contrasts

Movie
Capture high-quality video in HD (1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720) or VGA (640 x 480) with audio. Easily delete unwanted clips in playback mode

iFrame Movie
The Apple movie format, iFrame, makes it easier and quicker to import and upload videos while retaining high image quality

High-Speed Burst HQ
Captures fast-action shots at full resolution, providing continuous shooting when the shutter button is held down

Smart Shutter
The camera automatically takes the photo when people smile, wink, or get into the frame

Stitch Assist
Easy-to-use guidelines simplify the shooting of aligned multiple frames that can later be combined (using bundled software) to create panoramic photos

Movie Digest
Creating a video containing highlights of a family vacation or an important occasion is a lot easier than you might think. When you use Movie Digest on the PowerShot G1 X, the camera will automatically record a short video clip (up to approximately 4 seconds) every time you shoot a still image. That entire day’s worth of clips will then be automatically combined into a single video
Compatibility with Canon Speedlite Flashes
The PowerShot G1 X digital camera gives you access to exciting EOS accessories including the new Macro Light Adapter MLA-DC1, Macro Ring Ling MR-14EX, and all the Canon Speedlite flashes, long revered by professional photographers. The high output of Speedlite flashes brings out the depth and texture of your images in full, natural beauty. The ultra-lightweight Canon Speedlite 270EX II is a compact, high-performance flash unit that’s fun and easy, with adjustable illumination angle and guide number. The versatile new Speedlite 320EX features an LED light on the front of the flash body that can be used to illuminate nearby subjects in dim light, ideal for shooting video
EOS-Like Manual Shooting – Mode Dial and Front Dial
PowerShot G1 X allows fully manual shooting to give you complete creative control over your images. Adjustment of settings is streamlined and intuitive, with a design based on Canon EOS operability. A bi-level dial on top of the camera sets the mode and allows quick adjustment of exposure compensation. An ergonomically-placed electronic dial located on the camera’s front provides a natural feel for control over camera settings letting you concentrate on getting the perfect shot. Step-zoom allocation is also available
High Dynamic Range Scene Mode
Shooting in high contrast environments can often result in photos with overexposed and underexposed sections. So to tackle this problem, Canon developed the High Dynamic Range shooting mode to make shooting even more intuitive. Under High Dynamic Range the camera will shoot three different exposures in a succession (underexposed, overexposed, and normal) and then merge them into a single image. Underexposed areas are combined with the overexposed and vice versa, resulting in an evenly detailed image with flattering shadows and highlights

Canon G1X Full Specs

 

Price • US: $799
• UK: £539
Sensor • 18.7 x 14mm Canon high-sensitivity CMOS
• Approx 14.3 million effective pixels
• 4:3 Aspect ratio
Image sizes* 4:3
• 4352 x 3264
• 3072 x 2304
• 1600 x 1200
• 640 x 48016:9
• 4352 x 2248
• 3072 x 1728
• 1920 x 1080
• 640 x 3603:2
• 4352 x 2904
• 3072 x 2048
• 1600 x 1064
• 640 x 424

1:1
• 3264 x 3264
• 2304 x 2304
• 1200 x 1200
• 480 x 480

4:5
• 2192 x 3264
• 1840 x 2304
• 960 x 1200
• 384 x 480

Movie clips • 1920 x 1080 @ 24fps (Full HD)
• 1280 x 720 @ 30fps (HD)
• 640 x 480 @ 30fps (L)• iFrame Movide (HD)
• Miniature Effect (HD, L) 6fps, 3fps, 1.5 fps
Maximum clip length Up to 4 GB or 29 min. 59 sec. (FullHD & HD)
Up to 4 GB or 1 hour (L)
File formats • Still: JPEG (Exif v2.3 [Exif Print} compliant)
• RAW (14bit, Canon original RAW 2nd edition)
• Movie: MOV [H.264 + Linear PCM (stereo)]
• iFrame
Lens • 15.1 – 60.4 mm (35mm equivalent: 28-112mm)
• 4x optical zoom
• F2.8-5.8
• Construction: 11 elements in 10 groups (2 double-sided aspherical UA elements, 1 double-side aspherical element)
Image stabilization Yes (Lens-Shift), 4-stop,
• Intelligent IS
Conversion lenses Yes
Digital zoom up to 4x (with Digital Tele-Coverter Approx 1.5x or 1.9x and Safety zoom), combined approx. 16x.
Focus • Auto focus : TTL
– AiAF (Face Detection / 9-point)
– 1-point AF (Any position is available, fixed center or Face Select and Track)
• Manual Focus
• Focus Bracketing
AF area modes • Single
• Continuous
• Servo AF/AE
• Tracking AF
AF point selection • Manual selection using Flexizone AF/AE, Size (Normal, Small)
AF lock Yes (on/off selectable)
AF assist lamp Yes
Focus distance Closest focus distance 20 cm (W)
Metering • Evaluative (linked to Face Detection AF frame)
• Center-weighted average
• Spot (center or linked to Face Detection AF or FlexiZone AF frame)
ISO sensitivity • Auto
• ISO 100
• ISO 125
• ISO 160
• ISO 200
• ISO 250
• ISO 320
• ISO 400
• ISO 500
• ISO 640
• ISO 800
• ISO 1000
• ISO 1250
• ISO 1600
• ISO 2000
• ISO 2500
• ISO 3200
• ISO 4000
• ISO 5000
• ISO 6400
• ISO 8000
• ISO 10000
ISO 12800
AE lock Yes (on/off selectable)
Exposure compensation • +/- 3EV in 1/3 stop increments
• Enhanced i-Contrast for automatic dynamic range correction
ND Filter (3 stop)
AE Bracketing • 1/3 – 2EV in 1/3 stop increments
Shutter speed • 1 – 1/4000 sec (Factory default)
• 60-1/4000 sec (Total range – varies by shooting mode)
Modes • Smart Auto (32 scenes detected)
• Program AE
• Shutter Priority AE
• Aperture Priority AE
• Manual
• Custom (2 modes)
• SCN
• Creative Filter
• Movie
SCN modes • Movie Digest
• Portrait
• Landscape
• Kids & Pets
• Sports
• Smart Shutter (Smile, Wink Self-Time, Face Self-Timer)
• High-speed Burst HQ
• Handheld Night Scene
• Beach
• Underwater
• Foliage
• Snow
• Fireworks
• Stitch Assist
Creative Filter • High Dynamic Range
• Nostalgic
• Fish-eye Effect
• Miniature Effect
• Toy Camera Effect
• Monochromic
• Super Vivid
• Poster Effect
• Color Accent
• Color Swap
Modes in Movie • Smart Auto (21 scenes detected)
• Standard
• Program AE
• Portrait
• Landscape
• Beach
• Underwater
• Foliage
• Snow
• Fireworks
• Nostalgic
• Fish-eye Effect
• Miniature Effect
• Monochromic
• Super Vivid
• Poster Effect
• Color Accent
• Color Swap
• iFrame Movie
White balance • Auto (including Face Detection WB)
• Daylight
• Cloudy
• Tungsten
• Fluorescent
• Fluorescent H
• Flash
• Underwater
• Custom1
• Custom2
• Mutil area WB correction available in Smart Auto
Self timer Custom
Continuous shooting • Approx. 1.9 shots/sec
• AF: Approx. 0.7 shots/sec.
• LV: Approx. 0.7 shots/sec. (until memory card becomes full)
• High-speed Burst HQ: Approx. 4.5 shots/sec (up to 6 shots)
Photo Effects
(My colors)
• My Colors Off
• Vivid
• Neutral
• Sepia
• Black & White
• Positive Film
• Lighter Skin Tone
• Darker Skin Tone
• Vivid Blue
• Vivid Green
• Vivid Red
• Custom Color
Flash • Auto, Manual Flash On / Off, Slow Sync, Red-eye reduction
• Fastest speed
– 1/2000 sec (built-in flash)
– 1/250 sec (external flash)
– 1/4000 sec (external using high-speed synchro)
Flash Exposure Comp. • +/- 2EV in 1/3 stop increments
• Face Detection FE compensation
• Safety FE
Flash details • Flash exposure lock
• Manual Power Adjustment (3 levels with internal flash. up to 19 levels with external EX Speedlites 270EX and 430EX. 22 levels with 580EX II)
• Second Curtain Sync
• Range (Auto ISO):50cm – 7.0m (wide) / 1.0m – 3.1m (tele)
External Flash E-TTL with EX series Speedlites, Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX, Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX
Viewfinder • Real-image zoom
• Optical Viewfinder
• Dioptre Correction
LCD monitor • 3.0 inch Vari-angle PureColor II VA (TFT)
• 920,000 pixels
• 100% coverage
• Adjustable to one of five levels, Quick-bright LCD
Connectivity • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
• HDMI mini connector
• AV out (PAL / NTSC switchable)
Print compliance PictBridge
Storage • SD, SDHC, SDXC
Power • Rechargeable Li-ion Battery NB-10L
• Approx. 250 shots
• Approx. 420 min. playback
Accessories • Soft Case SC-DC75, DCC-1800
• Waterproof Case (40m) WP-DC44
• Waterproof Case Weight WW-DC1
• Lens Hood LH-DC70
• Filter Adapter FA-DC58C (Compatible with Canon 58mm Filters: Circular Polarizing PL-C B, Neutral Density Filter ND4X-L & NDX8-L, Protect, UV, Softmat No.1 & 2)• Canon Speedlites (including 220EX, 270EX, 270EX II, 320EX, 420EX, 430EX,
430EX II, 550EX, 580EX, 580EX II)• Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX, Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX (Both require Macro
Light Adapter MLA-DC1)

• Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2, Off-Camera Shoe Cord OC-E3, Bracket BKT-DC1,
Speedlite Bracket SB-E2

• Remote Switch RS-60E3

• AC Adatper Kit ACK-DC80, Battery Charger CB-2LCE
• Canon HDMI Cable HTC-100

Weight (with battery and card) 534g
Dimensions 116.7 x 80.5 x 64.7 mm
 


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