The perfect camera for your video and social media needs. The G7 X Mark III features live streaming to Youtube*, 4K (30p) & Full HD (120p) movies, plus a tilt up LCD screen so you can ensure you're always looking your best on camera. Vertically shot movies can also be displayed in full screen when viewing on your smartphone or when posting onto platforms like Instagram stories.
Combining a bright f/1.8-2.8 lens, 1.0 type CMOS Stacked sensor and DIGIC 8’s new imaging capabilities, this camera provides greater flexibility to shoot in the trickiest conditions, even at full zoom.
Built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth allows you to instantly connect to your preferred device and share your images and video to your favourite social network sites.
Enjoy RAW burst mode shooting at 30fps with 0.5sec pre shooting as well as continuous shooting speeds at 20fps (one shot) and 8.3fps (servo).
Take this camera anywhere with its diverse 24-100mm focal range with a wide f/1.8-2.8 aperture and 4.2x optical zoom. The 20.1 Megapixel 1" Stacked CMOS sensor will allow you to achieve faster shooting and ISO speeds (12800/ 25600 expanded).
The 3” Touch Panel LCD tilts up 180˚ and allows you to quickly select AF points, take photos via Touch Shutter & review your images simply by swiping.
1" Stacked CMOS
4K (30p), Full HD (120p), HD
SD/SDHC/SDXC (Supports UHS-I)
Yes- Intelligent IS with 5-axis Dynamic IS
Tilt (upwards 180˚, downwards 45˚) 3.0” Touchscreen (TFT colour liquid crystal).
24 – 100 mm
105.5 x 60.9 x 41.4 mm
A new and affordable camera sharing platform designed for everyone to access photography gear.
Events and workshops to help you improve your photography skills.
Step-by-step videos walk you through the basics, from getting set up for the first time, to discovering your camera’s advanced features.
Live streaming is supported on YouTube only and registration on CANON iMAGE GATEWAY is needed in advance. This capability is current as of August 2019 but may change or cease without notice. Canon is not responsible for changes in third party services such as YouTube.