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Canon G1X Mark III Sample Images

 

Canon G1X Mark III Sample

Canon G1X Mark III sample images online. These images were shot from per-production camera with Beta firmware version (1.00 rev 0.00 ) So you can expect some better results from the final version of camera

Canon g1x Mark III sample images are now available online. before I begin to comment on the sample images let me allow you to download the full size samples. Sample 1 | Sample 2 | Sample 3

Let’s talk about the sample images of the recently announced Canon G1X mark III camera

Canon G1X Mark III Sample Images

Landscape captured from this camera absolutely look fine, you can see details even when viewed at 100%.

In the next image, its look like photographer has used a auto portrait mode while shooting this portrait, that’s why the skin quality is so soft it’s looks plastic when viewed at 100%.

being a professional photographer I am not satisfied with the approach or method used with this camera to capture a portrait image, details are completely flat.

Details are flat, image look like a smartphone selfie.

Pls do share your view with us

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2 comments to Canon G1X Mark III Sample Images

  • Chris_S

    Had the Mk 1 and still have the Mk 2. Will not be buying this ugly thing!

  • Rainer

    Yep, you’re right: the portrait image is not normal Canon output quality. The skin looks like wax.

    Interesting though there’s pretty much detail in the eyes. So let’s take it for granted a special filter algorithm is used for the skin tones. “Portrait Mode” is very likely …

    I agree with you, I also don’t like this “like photoshopped” image style!

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