Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II Review

August 17, 2019 | Amy Davies |

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The Canon PowerShot G5 X II manages to blend its capable core with some useful features, great handing, a fine build and a strong level of control. It's an enjoyable camera to use, but it can't be said to stand out against key competitors. Should its price fall, however, it will be far more appealing for the enthusiast looking to travel light.
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On paper, the new PowerShot G5 X Mark II isn’t just a pocket-sized powerhouse of a camera, it’s both more powerful and more practical than its predecessor, the original G5 X. It’s smaller, it has a longer 5x zoom lens and adds 4K video capture with no crop factor. But has Canon paid too much attention to power and portability at the expense of everything else?
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The Canon PowerShot G5X Mark II is a powerful compact camera with a 20 Megapixel 1in sensor, 5x / 24-120mm zoom, popup viewfinder, tilting touchscreen, fast bursts and 4k video. Canon’s made a U-turn on design, swapping the chunkier DSLR-styling of its predecessor for something more pocketable and more akin to Sony’s RX100 series.
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