PowerShot G9 X
The G9 X is the cheaper of the two new PowerShots, because Canon doesn’t understand how numbers work. The G9 X has a 20 megapixel 1.0-inch type sensor with an ISO range of 125 – 12,800, DIGIC 6 processor, f/2.0 – f/4.9, 3x Canon Optical Zoom Lens with image stabilization, 3.0-inch touchscreen LCD, 1080p60 video, 6fps burst mode, RAW mode, built-in flash, built-in ND filter, Wi-Fi and NFC. The G9 X will be available in classic black, or in a retro-style, silver-gray body with brown stitched leather accents.The PowerShot G9 X will be available for $529.99 in November.
PowerShot G5 X
The G5 X is mostly similar to the G9 X but has a few extra things. First of all it has an electronic viewfinder. The OLED viewfinder has a resolution of 2.36 million dots. The 1.04 million dot LCD has a touchscreen and also tils and swivels. The lens is also faster, an f/1.8 – f/2.8 with image stabilization. The G5 X also has more controls and dials and is generally larger and not as pocketable as the G9 X.The G5 X will be available for $799.99 in November.