Capture the Magic of Bali with the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II
[SPONSORED CONTENT] The new Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II packages the perks of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone, so you can shoot all kinds of light—and life.
Published on Nov 21, 2016
Bali may be a tropical paradise, but with so many regions and things to see, it’s also go-town. We sent international travel photographer Ken Kochey around the island with the new 20.1-megapixel Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II premium conpact camera. The result is this stunning chronicle of a lovely day.
Lacalita bar and restaurant is emblematic of Bali’s coolest ‘hood these days, Canggu.
But you don’t have to be a pro to get wow shots. The 4.2x optical zoom lens allows you to zoom from as wide as 24mm and as far as 100mm. The DIGIC 7 image processor is built for enhanced image stabilisation, generating sharp and better quality images. The 180-degree tiltable LCD touchscreen tilts up 180 degrees and down 45 degrees, letting you experience a range of shooting perspectives. Wi-fi and NFC connectivity get you online.
Morning rituals at un-touristy Pura Dalem Hyang Soka Temple, in Blung Bang Village
“The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II is small enough to keep with you, but substantial enough to know you are holding a nice piece of equipment,” Kochey says. “The camera handled every lighting situation very well and I was impressed with the quality and the color rendition. It is a quality camera in a small package.”
Sunset over Seminyak brings an explosion of eggplants and lavenders, and the pool bar at Potato Head Beach Club provides a front-row seat.
It’s best to get up early to catch the swells and beat the crowds at epic Uluwatu.
Craftsmen in Sebang keep up the millennium-old customs of Balinese woodcarving.
Ubud’s iconic Ceking Tegalalang is the crossroads of traditional beauty and engineering.
Find out more: canon-asia.com/cplus/en/product/powershot-g7-x-mk2/
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