In our labs, the PowerShot G16 achieved a DxOMark Sensor score of 54 points, and ranks as Canon’s third best performing compact, after the S120 and G1X. Given the latter camera has a physically larger 1.5-inch (18.7 x 14 mm) CMOS sensor;
Canon has made significant advances with the sensor in the G16 for both color depth and dynamic range. Low light scores, while good, are still behind the larger sensor in the G1X (which achieved 644 ISO).
Further readings for the Canon PowerShot G16 review: Small Wonder
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October 29, 2013
September 26, 2013
When the Canon PowerShot G16 was announced recently there was a general sense of mild anticlimax, both on the part of the journalists assembled at Canon's HQ in Long Island, and among some of our readers here at dpreview.com. To a casual glance the G16 might look like 'just' a G15 with a new processor, tweaked movie settings and Wi-Fi, making it a decidedly iterative upgrade.
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