Canon Power Shot G7X Mark II Digital Vlogging Camera (Black)


  • NEW DIGIC 7 Imaging Processor + 1.0-type CMOS sensor
  • 4.2x Optical Zoom 24 – 100mm (35mm equivalent), f/1.8 – f/2.8 lens
  • 7.62cm type touchscreen tilt-type LCD monitor (180° upwards, 45° downwards)
  • Wi-Fi & NFC capabilities
  • Effective Pixels: 20.1 MP
  • Optical Zoom: 4.2x | Digital Zoom: 4.2x Zoom
  • Auto Focus
  • Display Size: 3

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G7 X Mark II PowerShot

Power and image quality of the next generation

A new, upgraded second-generation PowerShot G7 X model camera has replaced the successful original, which contained a sizable sensor inside of a stylish, portable chassis. It has the brand-new DIGIC 7 image processor, which not only improves the appearance of pictures taken in dim light, but also makes it possible to express contrast in backlit settings more naturally, producing pictures with a high apparent resolution. The tracking ability of the AF has significantly enhanced, enabling more precise capture of significant subjects. New shooting options including “Panning,” “Time-lapse movie,” and “Short Clip (Movie)” make it simple to capture images and videos that would normally require an understanding of challenging techniques. This upgraded premium compact camera is stunning since it takes more photographs that are also more lovely.

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Canon G7X Mark II Conclusion

The DIGIC 7 equipped Canon G7X Mark II delivers good results thanks to its generally good built-in 24-100mm equivalent f/1.8-2.8 lens and very good 20.1-megapixel 1″-type sensor thanks to better technical performance and a streamlined camera chassis. The G7X II is a fantastic compact camera that gives a lot of performance for the price and fixes many of the flaws of its predecessor.

The upgraded and more comfortable Canon G7X II body

Excellent enhancements to the camera body itself are among the upgrades made for the Canon G7X Mark II. There is now a rubber grip on the front of the camera, which we found to be more comfortable and simpler to grasp given the camera’s overall compact size, even though the main form factor is almost unchanged.

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4.2x built-in zoom lens yields erratic results

The Canon G7X II, which has the same 24-100mm equivalent f/1.8-2.8 lens as its predecessor, performs with a similarly uneven quality. The 4.2x zoom lens offers greater range than the majority of cameras in its class, but it has a price. The lens is exceptionally crisp, albeit with slightly soft corners, at f/5.6, where far field performance is best overall. While corners are relatively soft at wide angle, wide angle performance causes severe distortion when using RAW photographs (extensive distortion correction is conducted in-camera to JPEG files). Notwithstanding several flaws, we found the lens to be generally competent and to provide good telephoto performance.

The 20MP 1″-type sensor in the G7X II takes excellent pictures.

The Canon G7X II’s sensor is the same as the lens, but it is now combined with a quicker DIGIC 7 image processor. While using RAW files, the PowerShot G7X II can capture photographs that are incredibly detailed. (The original G7X was lacking the ability to perform in-camera RAW processing; this feature is now available on the G7X II.) Although there are sharpening artefacts on high-contrast objects, photos are generally clear and JPEGs are sharper at default settings than those from the G7X. In lower contrast scenes, noise suppression does compromise some fine detail, but overall, the photographs are still fairly acceptable.

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A good user experience is made possible by olid automated performance.

The Canon G7X II demonstrated to be a straightforward, user-friendly camera that nevertheless allowed enthusiasts the ability to take control of all the camera’s shooting settings. This was largely due to its great touchscreen capability and strong automatic shooting performance.

The G7X II’s excellent touchscreen makes it enjoyable to operate.

The Canon G7X II’s 3-inch touchscreen display is excellent. The camera’s system menus can be accessed by touch and are generally well-organized. The Quick Menu is also incredibly touch-friendly and puts a lot of crucial shooting options at your fingertips, making up for the relatively low number of physical buttons on the small body.

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Single-shot focusing is reliable, however the G7X II has some issues with continuous AF.

The Canon G7X II has a 31-point contrast-detect autofocus system that offers typically decent autofocus performance. Although not having the most advanced AF system, it proved to be trustworthy in many scenarios. The autofocus was dependable for shooting stationary subjects, especially when utilising 1-point autofocus and the touchscreen to choose your subject. Although the completely automatic “AiAF” focus mode was good, it occasionally failed to lock onto the intended subject because of a cluttered or low-contrast scene. Canon claims that the G7X II’s low-contrast focusing capabilities and subject tracking are better than those of the first-generation G7X, while particular numbers are not available. When photographing slowly moving subjects, continuous focusing performed admirably, but it struggled to keep up with moving subjects. The G7X II can track your subject fairly effectively when you choose it via the touchscreen, but it requires that your subject be well-isolated. We thought the Canon G7X II’s focusing performance was typically impressive given its price range.

1080p video is fine, but 4K video is notably absent

Unfortunately, video features haven’t been upgraded with the G7X II, and it is still capped at 1080p resolution at frame rates up to 60fps. The lack of 4K video recording makes the Canon G7X II fall behind some of its competitors in the video department. You also won’t find any microphone or headphone ports on the camera, but that isn’t too surprising given its class.

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In The Box

  • 1 Camera, 8 GB Card, USB Cable, Pouch, Warranty Card, Wrist Strap, Battery, Battery Charger


  • Canon
Model Number
  • G7 X Mark ii
  • PowerShot
Model Name
  • G7 X Mark ii
Brand Color
  • Black
  • Black
Effective Pixels
  • 20.1 MP
Shooting Modes
  • C, M, Av, Tv, P, Hybrid Auto, Auto, SCN, Movie

Sensor Features

Image Sensor Type
  • CMOS
Image Sensor Size
  • 1.0
ISO Rating
  • Auto, ISO 125 – ISO 12800

Lens Features

Focal Length
  • 4.2x
Optical Zoom
  • 4.2x
Digital Zoom
  • 4.2x Zoom

Focus Features

Focus Range
  • 5 cm – infinity (W), 40 cm – infinity (T)

Flash Features

Built-in Flash
  • Yes

Video Features

Video Resolution
  • 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, 640 x 480
Video Quality
  • HD

Shutter Features

Shutter Speed
  • 1 – 1/2000 sec

Display Features

Display Type
  • LCD
Display Size
  • 3

Storage Features

Flash Memory
  • 0
Compatible Card
  • SDHC

Power Features

Batteries Included
  • Yes
Battery Type
  • Li-ion
Number of Batteries
  • 1


  • 10.55 cm
  • 6.09 cm
  • 4.22 cm
  • 319 g
Other Dimensions
  • Dimensions (CIPA Compliant): 105.5 x 60.9 x 42.2 mm, Weight (CIPA Compliant) – Approximate 319 g (Including Battery and Memory Card), Approximate 294 g (Camera Body Only)

Additional Features

Other Features
  • Aperture: Type – Iris Diaphragm, F/Number – f/1.8 – f/11 (W), f/2.8 – f/11 (T), Number of Recording Pixels: Still Images: (4:3) – Large: 4864 x 3648, Medium: 3248 x 2432, Small 1: 2432 x 1824, Small 2: 2112 x 1600, Still Images: (3:2) – Large: 5472 x 3648, Medium: 3648 x 2432, Small 1: 2736 x 1824, Small 2: 2400 x 1600, Aspect Ratio – 16:9, 3:2, 4:3, 1:1, Movies – 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, 640 x 480, Number of Shots (CIPA Compliant) – Approximate 265 Images, Number of Shots (Eco Mode) – Approximate 355 Images, Movie Recording Time (Actual Usage Time) – Approximate 55 mins, Wi-Fi, NFC, In-Camera Charging via USB Cable, Control Ring, Flash Range: 50 cm – 7.0 m (W), 40 cm – 4.0 m (T) (1.6 – 23 ft (W), 1.3 – 13 ft (T))


Warranty Summary
  • Product is covered under one-year standard warranty and one-year additional warranty from the date of Product purchased by the customer. Warranty validation / Warranty period confirmation would be done through either Online Warranty Serial No. Tracking system (Service Edge) or Warranty Card and Customer Invoice date.
Service Type
  • Customer has to Visit the Service Center
Covered in Warranty
  • Warranty of the product is limited to only manufacturing defect on camera body & lens.
Not Covered in Warranty
  • Warranty does not cover any external accessories (such as battery, cable, carrying bag), damage caused to the product due to improper installation by customer.

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