Samsung Galaxy Camera vs. Canon PowerShot G15
Among the noteworthy digital compact cameras available today are the new Samsung Galaxy Camera and the Canon PowerShot G15! But which of these two offers so much more? Letís see!
Canonís PowerShot G15 is equipped with a 12MP 1/1.8Ē 7.4x5.6mm CMOS sensor with 18-140mm f/1.8-2.8 lens. The G15 is a great choice if you want a camera with large sensor, wide angle telephoto lens. The PowerShot G15 also comes with a high ISO range from 80-12,800 for enhanced image quality. This camera is capable of 5x optical zoom lens.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Camera has a higher resolution 16MP CMOS sensor matched with a 4.1-86.1 mm f/2.8-5.9 lens. And it has a low ISO range of 100-3200. The Galaxy Camera offers a giant optical zoom capability of 21x which is more superior than the G15ís 5x.
The G15 shoots video in 24p for that real film feel but both cameras shoot high speed videos.
Helping the Canon PowerShot G15 create superb-looking photos is the DIGIC 5 processor while the Galaxy Camera uses a 1.4GHz Quad Core application processor with Android Jelly Bean OS. Both have LCD display however, the Galaxy Camera offers a bigger with its 4.8-inch display compared to the G15ís 3-inch display.
I think that the PowerShot G15 offers more in terms of tech specs but the Galaxy Camera compensates with its 3G/4G connectivity and Wi-Fi that allow instant sharing. And because it is an Android device, users can download different photography-related apps and even Skype!
As for the physical size, the Samsung Galaxy Camera is definitely smaller at 129 x 71 x 19mm and lighter at 305g compared to the Canon PowerShot G15ís 107 x 76 x 40 mm dimensions and 352g weight. The G15 is sold online for $450 while the Samsung Galaxy Camera is sold at AT&T for $499.