DCRP Review: Canon PowerShot G3
by Jeff Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Last Updated: Sunday, November 10, 2002

You read our review of this camera, right?

All photos below were taken at default settings, ISO 50, Large/Superfine, unless noted. They are from a production model G3.

Photos 1-6 were taken at Crissy Field.

Photos 7-9 were taken at the Pigeon Point lighthouse, which is about 50 miles south of SF.

Photos 10-14 were taken in Chinatown.

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I've noted any special modes I used underneath the photo. You can click on "View EXIF data" to get additional information about each photo. 

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This one was taken at fine, rather than superfine quality. Oops.

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Taken from the same spot but with the wide-angle conversion lens.

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And here's one with the telephoto conversion lens. Again, taken from the same location as the first lighthouse photo.

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Indoors, no flash, using a makeshift tripod.

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