The Canon PowerShot G1 X continues the company's line of prosumer point-and-shoot cameras, offering a slew of manual controls atop your typical automatic functions. It features a 14.3-megapixel sensor which utilizes the company's DIGIC 5 processing. In addition to a vari-angle rear LCD display, there's also a built-in optical viewfinder.
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Camera manufacturers all seem to believe that there’s a middle ground between a point-and-shoot and a DSLR, and they’ve all tried to find it — Nikon with the 1 series, Sony with the NEX models, Olympus with the PEN line, Samsung with its NX cameras, and the like. The sell goes something like this: it’s a smaller camera, easier to use and less expensive, but still offering the same level of control (or nearly so) and the same level of image quality (or nearly so) as your DSLR. Canon’s entrant...
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