Published: D-Photo Magazine 2015, Canon Powershot G7x Review
Words and Photography: Chris van Ryn
I lift the Canon Powershot G7x out of the box: a matte-black rectangle, heavier than expected. It feels robust.
There are two top dials - mode selection and a dedicated exposure compensation. Nice. Their edges are textured and there is a precise click on rotation. Despite this, they are stiff to turn. Theres a control ring around the lens to which various functions can be assigned. Really nice, reminiscent of my film cameras.