General-use point and shoot
Canon's "G" models have always been aimed at photographers who want a responsive and relatively compact, general-use point and shoot digital camera with SLR-like performance.
The G16 is Canon's newest in the well-loved series and takes almost all of its features from the G15. The camera boasts a 12.1 megapixel with 1/1.7 inch CMOS sensor.
The major difference between the G15 and the G16 is the addition of built-in Wi-Fi capability - which is fast becoming a sought after feature in cameras.
The Canon G16 could easily be the poster child for a well-designed point and shoot. The body has a retro-looking rectangular body with rounded corners. It has a shallow hand grip matched with a back deck thumb-grip for stable handling.
This camera fits comfortably in your hands and all controls are logically placed, allowing users to instantly access what they wish to adjust, change, or modify rather than having to search for those options in the menu.
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