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Canon G1X Mark III to Feature 24.2MP APS-C DPAF CMOS Sensor

Canon G1X Mark III

As the announcement date is coming to closer more and more details about the Canon G1X Mark III camera is being revealed.

According to the trusted sources of veteran rumor mill, the upcoming g1x Mark III camera is actually a EOS M5 fused with fixed lens.

The Canon EOS M5 camera uses 24 megapixel CMOS DPAF autofocusing sensor. If the rumor is correct then we will going to witness a completely new compact camera with extraordinary image quality.

The camera will have 24 MP APS-C DPAF sensor powered by DIGIC 7 processor. Rest of the specification is still unknown.

The camera is rumored to arrive in Mid-October 2017.

Update – Canon G1X Mark III Early Specification

  • 24.2mp APS-C Sensor
  • DIGIC 7
  • 24-70mm f/2.8-5.6 (approximate 35mm equivalent) Previously reported as 24-120mm
  • Dynamic IS
  • Touch AF
  • Dust & water resistant

Finally we are getting Fuji X100F Competitor ? The X100F camera features fixed lens X-Trans sensor whereas the upcoming G1X Mark III will have Canon’s best DPAF APS-C sensor + Variable Zoom lens. Both camera features Hybrid sensors, Undoubtedly the G1X Mark III will be preferred due to zoom lens.

We will update you soon as we get any new information.

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