Canon G10 Samples

First published on: Monday, 3 November 2008

Last update (Mar 30, 2009): Images from Jim a.k.a Dustcloth’s new G10.

This post is a compilation of annotated links to Canon Powershot G10 sample photos, pictures posted by owners and users, galleries and image posts.

Full attribution is given by linking to the source and where available, the photographer’s homepage or photo gallery.

Images from Jim a.k.a Dustcloth’s new G10

Jim shared a couple of G10 photos shot mainly in Landscape mode, and commented how much sharper and detailed the images were, especially when compared to his Canon 40D DSLR.

Maui underwater photos by Ken Gilbertsen

Visit Ken’s gallery of underwater photos shot at Maui with the Canon G10. In a related post, Ken mentioned that he used the new UW (underwater) casing (the Canon WP-DC28 waterproof case) for these.

Extensive Canon G10 gallery by Vince Basile

Vince’s G10 gallery has to be one of the most comprehensive collection of Canon G10 photos on the internet. As far as I can tell, all the photos have been uploaded at their original size, which is extremely useful for evaluating the image quality of the camera. I have already stated in my Canon G10 Reviews post that I think the image quality out the G10 far exceeds what I get with my own Ricoh GX200.

Canon G10 gallery by Vidar Nordli-Mathisen

Browsing through Vidar’s gallery, one understands what the fuss about the G10 is all about — its sheer resolving power. Click through the thumbnails to the photos, click the All Sizes icon above the photo, and select Original to view a larger version of the photos. I’m blown away by the sharpness, detail, color and tonality in this G10 ISO 200 portrait.

Vidar has commended the G10’s out-of-camera JPEG files for remarkable detail, read about it here.

See also an example of a winter landscape at 100% full-size, processed from a RAW file (steps are listed here).

Panasonic LX3 vs Canon G10: Test photo of a cat taken with flash

Peter Lück’s comparison photos were shot at ISO 80 for the LX3, and ISO 100 for the G10 (more details here).

It’s a bit difficult to draw a conclusion as the exposures are different, but it’s clear that both cameras can easily resolve this high levels of detail.

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