Canon PowerShot G5 X Mark II has fast 24-120mm equiv. lens and pop-up EVF

The nearly four-year-old PowerShot G5 X has received a complete overhaul in the form of the G5 X Mark II. Nearly everything has changed, including the design, which is very similar to the G7 X Mark III which was also announced today. And, unless you’ll miss the SLR-style of the original model, that’s probably a good thing.

At the heart of the camera is a 1″-type, 20MP Stacked CMOS sensor, which up until now has been exclusive to Sony cameras, along with Canon’s latest Digic 8 processor. The lens is one of the most ambitious in its class, with an equivalent focal range of 24-120mm and max aperture of F1.8-2.8. As with the G7 X III, there’s a ‘clicky’, customizable control dial around the lens.

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