Canon PowerShot G15
Great image quality, Professional level mode dial with lots of physical buttons, Fast f1.8f2.8 lens, button, Solid build
Excellent, fast f/1.8-2.8 5x optical zoom lens with 28-140mm equivalent range, Intelligent IS with up to 4-stops of correction, Upgraded to 12-megapixel, 1/1.7-inch CMOS sensor, Comfortable and ergonomic build, with a slimmer design than the G12, High ...
Excellent image quality, Optical viewfinder, Pro controls
Bright f/1.8f/2.8 5x zoom, Quality stills and videos, Excellent image stabilization system
In addition to a great, fast lens, the Canon PowerShot G15 has a nice, streamlined shooting design and produces very nice photos.
Slim and well made body, Fast AF and startup, Excellent video, Very good AWB performance
Very good photo quality, with betterthanaverage performance at high sensitivities, Welldesigned camera with solid build quality, Fast F1.82.8, 5X optical zoom lens (28 140 mm equivalent), Optical image stabilization, with new Intelligent IS feature, Super
Fast, sharp lens. Optical viewfinder. Good high ISO performance. Responsive. Excellent control layout. Raw shooting support.
Bright f21.8-2.8 5x zoom lens, Compact and lightweight - pocketable, 1080p24 video, plus super slomo, Optical viewfinder.
Good low-ISO image detail and reliable metering, Versatile, sharp and fast 28-140mm F1.8-2.8 lens, Good balance between noise reduction and detail retention at higher ISOs, Fast and responsive operation, Very pocketable format, Fast and reliable AF system
Below average viewfinder, Nonarticulating screen will bother some, Some AF hunting in very low light
LCD screen no longer articulated (unlike its predecessor, the G12), Lens slightly soft at wide and tele, High chromatic aberration and barrel distortion at wide angle in uncorrected RAW files, Optical viewfinder has limited coverage (about 80%) and dem...
Better alternatives available, Pokes along in RAW, Very noisy at high ISOs
It's humbled by a somewhat limited feature set and ho-hum performance.
No parallax correction in viewfinder, Some image processing issues, Chromatic aberration, Price
Likes to clip highlights (hint: use DR correction), Redeye a problem (though removal tool in playback mode helps), Rotating LCD will be missed, ISO fixed at 80 at shutter speeds below 1 second, Movies are a bit choppy due to 24 fps frame rate; no manual c
Pricey. Fixed rear LCD. Limited zoom range. Bulky. No GPS or WiFi. 1080p video limited to 24fps
Small viewfinder no proximity sensor, Poor continuous shooting performance, Braketing limited to 3 frames, Lacks articulated screen of predecessor, No Wifi or GPS built-in.
Exposure compensation dial does not work in video mode (but you can set exposure compensation using the AEL button when the mode dial is set to movie), No swivel screen (vs predecessor and some competitors), No automated panorama mode (only stitch-assist)
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 27, 2013
The no-frills design of this premium shooter blends a powerful array of manual controls with plenty of Canon usability. This, therefore, makes it of interest to photography enthusiasts who don't mind paying more for what is, essentially, an...80
By GadgetSpeak on November 20, 2013
While this is a Digital Camera it makes an excellent bridge unit for those intending to make the jump to a DSLR unit as it has that rarely seen item a viewfinder as well as a decent TFT screen so all groups are catered...84
By Shutterbug on July 16, 2013
The Canon G15 follows the G12. The new model has a massive, robust, and heavy body and has major changes from its predecessor. The G15 is Canon’s newest high-end compact system with a 12MP sensor (1/1.7”), a large LCD screen, and a lot of...-
By Stuff.tv on May 01, 2013
Canon has kept the G-series brilliantly pro-friendly while cutting it down in size...100
By DigitalCameraReview on April 30, 2013
As the newest member of Canon's G Series cameras, the Canon G15 does not disappoint. It is an all around excellent point and shoot for anyone ranging from amateurs to seasoned professionals. The 12.1-megapixel sensor paired with the Digic 5 image...90
By The Imaging Resource on March 26, 2013
The Canon G15 premium compact digital camera steps up its game over its predecessor, the G12, in many ways. The most notable is the 5x optical zoom (28-140mm equivalent) lens that's very fast for a camera of this type, ranging from f/1.8 at wide to...-
By Tech2 on February 16, 2013
At an MRP of Rs 34,995, the PowerShot G15 may come across as being highly over-priced to you, but we don't feel so. You get performance close to that of an entry-level DSLR in a pocketable form. In fact, the optics of the G15 is far better than the...80
By Stuff.tv on February 08, 2013
Is the G15 perfect? Not quite. It's much smaller than its predecessor the G12, and that's led to the odd compromise; as we mentioned there's no dedicated ISO dial or tiltable screen, for starters. But then again this is supposed to be a...100
By PC Advisor on January 28, 2013
Like a Canon EOS DSLR without a lens mount is a good way to think of the manufacturer's high-end PowerShot, the G15 . It sports a similar rock solid build – here aluminium – and control layout to an EOS camera , but is of course more...80
By Digital Arts Online on January 28, 2013
A good way to think of of Canon's PowerShot G15 is like an EOS digital SLR without a lens mount. It sports a similar rock-solid build – here aluminium – and control layout to an EOS camera, but is of course more compact. Canon claims the...80