Canon PowerShot G16
Bright f1.8-2.8 stabilised optical zoom.
Fast and accurate AF.
Fast sustained 9.3fps continuous shooting.
Built-in Wifi and GPS via a smartphone.
1080p60 HD video mode.
Innovative Star shooting modes.
Lacklustre optical viewfinder.
Not articulated either.
Exposure compensation dial easily nudged.
No panorama mode.
No smartphone remote control over Wifi.
A mediocre Wi-Fi implementation, no articulated LCD.
By Stuff.tv on February 19, 2014
The G16 is a fish in a pond that's really occupied by just two fish. Together with the Nikon P7800 it's one of a pair of cameras that offer more manual control than the best "consumer" compacts (such as the Sony HX50 ) stopping just before...100
By The Imaging Resource on January 13, 2014
Canon's ever-popular G-series enthusiast compact cameras gets a speed boost and Wi-Fi with the PowerShot G16. The new DIGIC 6 processor provides a welcome increase to autofocusing speed and frames per second shooting. The G16 features the same fast...90
By T3 on December 27, 2013
At £529.99 though, the price is comparable to a consumer-end DSLR, so its market really is most likely the photo enthusiast who already owns a Canon EOS and wants something that doesn't feel that far removed as a second shooter. Added to this, image quality is so superb you won't feel you're letting anyone down if opting to take this out for an occasional shoot rather than an actual DSLR.80
By Good Gear Guide on December 09, 2013
Canon's PowerShot G16 is a solidly built compact that supplies good versatility thanks to its f/18 lens and fast overall performance. We suggest considering it if you want something with a fixed lens that can capture images in high...80
By Pocket-lint on December 02, 2013
The G16 may be starting to look a little dated, particularly when you compare it to something like Sony's sleek RX100, but that doesn't stop the Canon remaining a top-notch snapper all round. When something's right, it's just right - and...100
By Digital Photography Review on November 25, 2013
Stepping up in the compact spectrum are cameras that tend to be aimed at photographers who want full photographic control. Good low-light performance, the ability to shoot Raw, and accessible manual controls make these compacts a viable portable...-
By Expert Reviews on November 19, 2013
Superb controls and competitive image quality among increasingly stiff...80
By What Digital Camera on November 19, 2013
The PowerShot G16 further reinforces the position of Canon's G-series as the standard by which all other advanced compacts must be judged. It is fast, light, easy to use, exceptionally well made, packed with features and offers excellent image...-
By TrustedReviews on November 12, 2013
While there’s no denying the Canon G16 is a pricey advanced compact, the combination of great build quality, stellar performance and fantastic image quality makes it one of the very best advanced compacts currently available.80
By DPexpert on November 07, 2013
REVIEW—CANON POWERSHOT G16] by terry on 7 November 2013 Price: $520 [street price] Resting on laurels? THE LOW-DOWN: This 12.1 mega pixel camera has a stabilised 5x optical zoom (28-140mm 35mm equiv) with f1.8—2.8 aperture. It is unusual in...-