Canon PowerShot G6

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The 2004 Canon PowerShot G6 follows in the success of several "prosumer" G cameras, falling between the G5 and G7. It offered a 7-megapixel sensor, a 4x zoom lens, and an optical viewfinder supplementing a swiveling, 2.0" diagonal rear LCD. Enthusiast features include the option of raw capture, a hot shoe for Canon system flashes, and the ability to accept various lens attachments via the threading around the lens barrel.


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