Canon G10 Review at Imaging Resource

Imaging Resource has posted a review of the Canon G10.

Print quality is quite excellent from the Canon G10’s images, with good color. Conservatively, the ISO 80 JPEG images look great at 16×20 inches, and are usable at 20×30 straight out of the camera; sharpening and processing from RAW can sharpen things up considerably at all ISO settings.

For the latest news and reviews, see Photography Bay’s Canon G10 Reviews and Resources.

Canon G10 and Nikon P6000 – Head to Head . . . Again

Earlier this week, Luminous Landscape pitted the Canon G10 against the Nikon P6000. Now, PhotographyBLOG has done the same thing – with the same results.

The Nikon Coolpix P6000 is a good camera, but the Canon PowerShot G10 is better – it’s as simple as that.

For the latest G10 news and reviews, see Photography Bay’s Canon G10 Reviews and Resources.

Canon G10 Review by Ken Rockwell

Ken Rockwell has posted a review of the Canon G10.

The G10 is the best compact digital camera I’ve ever used. The gotcha words are “digital” and “compact.” Maddeningly, like all other compact (non-interchangable lens) cameras, the G10 still takes too darn long to adjust or change anything.

For the latest news and reviews, see Photography Bay’s Canon G10 Reviews and Resources.

Nikon P6000 and Canon G10 Comparative Review at Luminous Landscape

Luminous Landscape has published a comparative review of the Nikon P6000 and Canon G10.

The net of this comparison is that while the Nikon P6000 is a fine little camera, it finds itself in the unfortunate position of being released at the same time as the Canon G10, which it would appear is an attempt by Canon to produce a full-featured pocket camera with the highest quality that they are capable of.

For the latest G10 news and reviews, see Photography Bay’s Canon G10 Reviews and Resources.