Canon G7X Mk II

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  1. Rick50

    Rick50 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Last fall I bought this as a keep with me Camera. It lives in my car and has worked out very well. I have a Sirui carbon fiber mono pod and use it has a walking stick with camera on top.

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    A couple of days ago I was up early, before sunrise, and went out for coffee and watch the sun rise. I noticed the soft light on these wall murals and grabbed the G7X.

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    No lugging around a heavy full frame.......


     
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    beagle100 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I agree, there's no point in lugging around a full frame for most photo situations
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    ac12 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    How is the shutter lag on the G7?
    On my A3300, the lag is infuriatingly long. I do not use it to shoot kids at the family parties, as the kid would have moved 1 to 2 feet by the time the camera fires. IOW, useless to shoot active kids.
    I am looking for a "tweener," something better than my A3300 P&S and lighter and less bulky than my D7200 dslr.
     
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    I haven't noticed the lag but will now pay more attention. I will also be switched on the 2 second time delay as I feel it will help with camera shake when pressing the shutter. I'm more concerned with the shake.
     

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