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TheMatrix

Steve, if you are still shopping have a look at the Canon G1 X, if not, enjoy your new camera.

 

Thanks! Looks bad ass! I'll check it out. Is this like the big brother to the S100?

I found these links:

http://gizmodo.com/5874265/the-new-canon-g1-x-is-the-biggest-fastest-baddest-powershot-yet

http://www.dpreview.com/previews/canong1x/

reading it now.

thanks again.

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It's the badass big bro to the G12, which is a damn good camera on it's own.

 

 

 

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Looks like it's a typical camera made by a camera company, something to consider.

 

"Nevertheless, I do prefer how the camera handles and the excellent control layouts as compared to menu driven designs of many interchangeable mirrorless competitors. I did handle one at CES and the camera felt just right in my hands."
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It's the badass big bro to the G12, which is a damn good camera on it's own.

 

 

 

EDIT:

 

Looks like it's a typical camera made by a camera company, something to consider.

 

"Nevertheless, I do prefer how the camera handles and the excellent control layouts as compared to menu driven designs of many interchangeable mirrorless competitors. I did handle one at CES and the camera felt just right in my hands."

 

Thanks again. Looks far superior than the S100 and at $800, it betta be!

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