The Canon G12, announced last week, is on display at this year’s Photokina camera show in Cologne. Which? researchers were at hand to bring you a first look video review.
The new G12 is the first camera in Canon’s popular G-Series to feature an HD video mode. It shoots video at 720p resolution.
The 10Mp bridge camera boasts a glut of manual controls and is able to capture more than four photos per second. It has a 5x optical zoom and an articulated 2.8-inch LCD.
Canon PowerShot G12 first look video
Find out more about the Canon G12 and other new cameras on show this year at Photokina:
- Photokina 2010 report
See how the Canon G11, G10 and G9 cameras fared in our labs against other top-end compacts:
- Bridge camera reviews
Read our news story on the Canon PowerShot G12 announcement from last week:
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