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Canon Powershot G3X Camera Review

Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

During the film, and well into the digital, era of cameras, there were essentially two choices for most backpacking enthusiasts: Point and Shoot (P&S) cameras for those who wanted to take snaps, some nature shots and mainly landscape photos. Enthusiasts who wanted close-up shots opted for cameras with an optical zoom lens. Single Lens Reflex (SLR) cameras for the professional or the serious amateur who wanted the full range of control, image quality, and options available in a camera. The P&S cameras are lighter and provide good photos but do not have the control and functionality of an SLR camera. An SLR camera, however, is heavy, bulky, and often requires an additional lens or two to be used effectively. Always a compromise between weight, functionality, and bulk. In 2016, the choices for backpacking cameras are much more varied...

@PaulMags reviews the G3X Powershot camera from Canon, read the full article in Issue 29:

Canon Powershot G3X Review

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Issue 29 Page 1

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