| 24-600mm equivalent|
| Digital superzoom bridge|
f/2.8-f/5.6 at the widest
13.2 x 8.8mm (1 inch type)
20.2 effective Megapixel CMOS sensor (20.9 total)
1080p HD video recording at 50p & 25p
720p HD video recording at 25p
480p ED video recording at 25p
3.5mm microphone jack for external microphones or recorders.
3.5mm jack for headphones
PAL/NTSC video output
DIGIC 6 image processor
3.2-inch (81 mm) 3:2 aspect ratio LCD monitor, 1.62 million dots
Live view mode
Auto, Continuous, Servo AF and Manual Focus modes
Internal monaural microphone
Three metering modes, Evaluative, Center Weighted Average & Spot
±3 stops in 1/3-stop increment Exposure Compensation, dedicated dial
sRGB colour space
Continuous drive up to 5.9 frame/s
SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory card file storage
Raw and large, superfine JPEG simultaneous recording
USB 2.0, HDMI control (CEC)
Approximate weight 0.733 kg (1.62 lb) with battery and card
NB-10L battery, rated at approx. 300 shots in normal usage/400 shots in ECO mode
Canon PowerShot G3 X Wikipedia
The Canon PowerShot G3 X is a large sensor digital bridge camera announced by Canon on June 18, 2015. It marks Canon's entry into this product category, alongside competitors such as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000, Sony Cyber-shot RX10 and RX10 II.
It has the longest focal length zoom range of any Powershot G-Series, from 24-600mm (35mm equivalent) with a maximum aperture of f/2.8 at widest, decreasing to f/5.6 at 600mm. In terms of overall specification it is the most capable of the current-production G-series cameras but this comes at the expense of overall size & weight - it is also the largest & heaviest of the series.
It shares the same 1" sensor seen in the Canon G7X as well as both the Sony RX100-III and RX10 cameras. Patent JP 2016-31419 appears to describe lens used in G3X.