CES 2017 is typically the time where we see companies announce new products, or refresh older ones. The ladder holds true with Canon, as they have refreshed the G9 X with the new Mark II model.
To start things off, the G9 X Mark II has a 1-inch 20.2-Megapixel CMOS sensor and Digic 7 image processing, alongside a 3x optical zoom lens, which is a 28.84mm equivalent. There is also a 3-inch LCD screen on board. The camera has an 8.2 frames-per-second continuous shooting mode, as well as WiFi and NFC connectivity for controlling the camera remotely. The camera is expected to hit stores sometime in February and cost $350.
Canon also announced three new Vixia HF-R series camcorders, the R82, R80 and the R800. All three have a 57x zoom, optic image stabilization, a 3.28-Megapixel CMOS sensor rated at 1080p, and have a 3-inch LCD display. The differences between the models comes down to how much storage is built into them. They are priced at $450, $400, and $300, respectively. They will also arrive sometime next month.
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