Capture epic adventures anywhere and everywhere with a travel buddy that feels as powerful as a full-range DSLR: the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III.
The Powershot G1 X Mk III gets its massive imaging prowess from the latest DIGIC 7 image processor. This means that the new Powershot will tout built-in noise reduction, noise suppression, and high ISO noise reduction. In layman’s terms, we will get a Powershot that works best at night or for the outdoors. Whether you’re camping by the bonfire, or you’re traversing the wilderness, Canon will preserve those moments for you.
“The new PowerShot G1 X Mark III features two firsts for Canon’s range of compact cameras – an APS-C sized imaging sensor used in DSLR cameras, and Dual Pixel CMOS AF, the largest imaging sensor in its compact camera lineup. This is the first Canon compact camera equipped with these two new sensors that produce higher image quality and high-speed AF for shooting convenience, which marks a new technology milestone for Canon,”
Benny Yu, Director for Consumer Group
Canon Marketing Philippines, Inc.
Other big features include an Auto Lighting Optimizer and a new panoramic feature. For the former, this simply means that the camera will provide clearer contrasts and higher clarity for backlit subjects. In fact, this technology even extends to low-light conditions, thanks to the subject detection technology. Meanwhile, the latter allows for wide-angle shots with a simple horizontal or vertical swivel of the camera itself.
Last but not least, the Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III comes with a Canon milestone. This will stand as the first Canon camera with Dual Pixel CMOS AF. This means that the camera will achieve high-speed AF with minimal blur. Whether the subject stays still or constantly moves, the image will look stable and clear. When tracking a moving subject, the camera is able to detect changes in its size and orientation regardless of other subjects in the background and still capture fast actions and movements with stunning speed and ease with its improved subject tracking performance.