Canon PowerShot G15 archive

  • Canon PowerShot G15 review
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    Canon PowerShot G15 review

    By 9 November 2012

    The Canon PowerShot G15 has had a lot of time to ponder its market position. It's been two whole years since the launch of the previous G12 model, and it's used that time wisely - the G15 is smaller, sports a new design and simultaneously crams in a far...

  • Canon PowerShot G15 pictures and hands-on
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    Canon PowerShot G15 pictures and hands-on

    By 17 September 2012

    Canon's G-series could be accused of getting a little long in the tooth, with subtle range refreshes not bringing much new to the party. But the PowerShot G15 looks to change that: it's some 17 per cent smaller than its G12 predecessor and amps things...

  • Canon PowerShot G15: G-Series gets a new flagship
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    Canon PowerShot G15: G-Series gets a new flagship

    By 17 September 2012

    Canon has announced an update to the Canon PowerShot G12, called the PowerShot G15, at this year's Photokina camera trade show in Germany. The new camera will feature the "brightest lens in a PowerShot G-series model" to date, says Canon, with a new f/1.8-2.8,...

  • Photokina 2012: The cameras we're expecting to see
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    Photokina 2012: The cameras we're expecting to see

    By 16 September 2012

    Every two years the major camera manufacturers all gather at a huge convention centre in Cologne, Germany, to show off their latest camera gear. The 2012 show ought to be a biggie, particularly after  natural disasters in 2011 put the brakes on production...

  • Canon PowerShot G15 leaks, high-end compact enthusiasts rejoice
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    Canon PowerShot G15 leaks, high-end compact enthusiasts rejoice

    By 14 September 2012

    Canon is preparing to launch the follow-up to the PowerShot G12, the Canon PowerShot G15, if a leaked image is to be believed. It certainly looks believable and with Canon's high-end compact ominously having been missing from the update cycle, the timing...