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Canon Powershot G10 Jamaica Plain MA

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Ritz Camera
(617) 266-8931
Copley Square 659 Boylston Street
Boston, MA
Ritz Camera
(781) 843-4619
South Shore Plaza 250 Granite Street
Braintree, MA
Ritz Camera
(781) 740-1891
Derby Street Shops 92 Derby Street Suite 123
Hingham, MA
Ritz Camera
(978) 531-7171
Northshore Mall Sp. P-123A 210 Andover Street
Peabody, MA
Boston Camera Rental Company
(617) 277-2200
1284 Soldiers Field Rd
Boston, MA
Ritz Camera
(617) 577-9252
Cambridgeside Galleria 100 Cambridgeside Place
Cambridge, MA
Ritz Camera
(508) 655-8228
Natick Mall 1245 Worcester Road Suite 2202
Natick, MA
Ritz Camera
(781) 938-0236
Metronorth Retail Center 103 Commerce Way
Woburn, MA
Boston City Pager
(617) 265-4205
65 E Cottage St
Boston, MA
Camera Center
(617) 424-7255
800 Boylston St Ste 4450
Boston, MA

Canon Powershot G10 Review at Cameratown.com

Canon Powershot G10 Review

Reader Score: 9.50 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The seemingly endless megapixel race continues, with the G10 now offering a 14.7 megapixel sensor - up from the G9's 12.1 megapixels - which is coupled with Canon's new DIGIC 4 image processor, promising faster operation and improved image quality. The LCD screen remains 3 inches in size, but the resolution has been doubled to 461k dots, and there's a new dedicated Exposure Compensation dial and dual ISO/shooting mode dial on top of the camera. ...

... The G10 is undoubtedly the best ever Canon G-Series camera, and is a serious alternative to both an entry-level DSLR and other similar compacts (most notably the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 and the Nikon Coolpix P6000). It ultimately fails to gain our whole-hearted recommendation, however, principally because of the noisy images at slow ISO speeds ..."


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