It looks like...but it also looks like...and what's with the two tripod sockets?
Okay, you're going on safari or bear hunting. You want to take landscapes as as well as wildlife. You don't want to take a big camera. You want to take video as well. You don't want to have to change lenses. You have a tablet and a mobile phone and want to back things up and send off reports to social media every night.
Easy to do? Up till now, no - few cameras combined all those requirements. Now we have the new Canon G3X and it does.
Long lens - up to 600mm equivalent.
Wide lens - back to 24mm equivalent.
Articulating screen that can go to 180º for selfies.
Instant access to social media.
Man-sized grip without massive body weight.
External control access and two custom channels.
The two tripod sockets are really one threaded and one smooth - to integrate with the anti-twist mechanisms that many tripod manufacturers put onto their quick-release plates.
A very good travel idea.
Labels: Alaska, bears, bridge camera, Canon, safari, South Africa, travel photography, Video, WiFi