Oozing the iconic G-series DNA, the PowerShot G5 X MII allows you to explore photography like a professional. The 1" 20.1MP Stacked CMOS sensor paired with the exceptional speed of a DIGIC 8 processor and full manual controls makes for a perfect companion as an everyday camera.
The PowerShot G5 X Mark II features 4K 30p movies with no crop and Full HD 120p for slow motion shooting. With built in Wi-Fi & Bluetooth, it’s easy to transfer your photos and movies to your smart device and share directly with social networks.
From sweeping landscapes, to up-close portraits, the PowerShot G5 X MII’s 24- 120mm wide-angle, ultra-bright f/1.8 - 2.8, 5x zoom lens, with 9-blade aperture, will help you capture stunning shots with beautiful background blur.
Switch between the LCD screen and the Pop-up 2.36 Million pixel Electronic Viewfinder if you prefer a DSLR feel with full control.
Capture every single moment with RAW burst shooting mode at an outstanding 30fps with 0.5 seconds of pre-shooting as well as continuous shooting at 20fps (one shot) and 8.0fps (servo)
3” Touch Panel LCD tilts up 180˚ & allows you to quickly select AF points, take photos via Touch Shutter & review your images simply by swiping.
1" Stacked CMOS
4K (30p), Full HD (120p), HD
Yes, approx 4-stop
Yes- pop up EVF
180˚ Tilt 3.0” Touchscreen LCD (TFT). 3:2 aspect ratio. Approx. 1,040,000 dots.
24 – 120 mm
110.9mm (w) x 60.9mm (H) 46mm (D)
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