Canon PowerShot G1X Mark II has a resolution of 12.8 megapixels. The most advanced Canon G1X Mark II is a great sensor. G1X Mark II is a compact camera with a large sensor, which is 1.5 inches, or nearly equivalent APS-C. This figure is much larger than compact cameras generally are in the range of 1 / 1.7 inch. In addition, Canon immerse DIGIC 6 so that the resulting pictures look better though in low light conditions. Large lens aperture (f / 2.0-3.9) became the mainstay Canon PowerShot G1X Mark II, which is equipped with a 5x optical zoom (equivalent to 24-120mm lens). There is also a 9 blade aperture diaphragm to produce a bokeh effect.
PowerShot G1X Mark II has a focal point until 31-point AF. In addition to auto focus, users can still perform manual focus by utilizing the dual control rings where the user can also adjust the ISO, aperture, and lighting levels. Unlike its predecessor, G1X, Canon no longer provide an optical viewfinder on the Mark II. Even so, users could now use the Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) which is sold separately. The wireless connection became a mainstay in the Canon G1X Mark II. Evidenced by the presence of WiFi and NFC to facilitate users while controlling the camera and take pictures from a distance, or just to upload photos and videos to a variety of smart phones or social networks.
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Press [MENU] button. Press the right arrow once to highlight the “Tools” tab which is represented by a wrench and hammer icon. Select “Reset All” and then press the [Func. Set] button. When the display ask you “Reset settings to default?” turn turn the dial to choose “OK” and then press the [Func. Set] button.
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Reference: Canon G1X Mark II manual