Canon G7 X Mark II

After many years service as my carry around camera I decide to replace my aging Canon S95 which something newer.

As I was already a Fuji owner with the XT-1 I decide to go for the Fuji X70. I've been using the camera since February as my carry around and as a backup camera for photo shoots.

Unfortunately I couldn't get used to it. As a carry around camera the fixed lens at 28mm was restricting and for photo shoots the 28mm was a bit too wide for my liking. It's a pity as I really liked the weight and feel of the camera and obviously the image quality was fantastic.

I have now traded in the Fuji X70 for a Canon G7 X Mark II which will now be my carry around camera and so far I really liking the size and build quality.

However what is a bit disappointing is the image quality. I know it wasn't going to be as good as the Fuji 70, but I was hoping for better than my partners Fuji X30.

The G7 X Mark II image are nosier at the same ISO, not as sharp and the skin is bit waxy compared to the X30.

The image quality concerns are only noticeable at 100% so not too worried as the camera is for general travel and family photos.

Both of the above images were taken with the Canon G7 X Mark II