Canon’s flagship PIXMACHINE G70-200 series of cameras is among the most powerful cameras on the market.
It offers more image quality than the likes of Sony’s $5,500 $7,000 PX series and Canon’s $2,700 $5 and $6,000 $10,000 G series, respectively.
That said, the cameras also tend to be a bit pricier than they need to be for the type of work that they’re intended for.
The Canon PXMA G90-200, for example, retails for $2.3 million.
That’s roughly double the price of the Canon G7030 ($1.9 million) and a hefty $6 million over the $3,000 model.
You can find the PXMACHines G70 and G7070 at most major retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Amazon and eBay.
The G70 is also compatible with Canon’s EOS M-mount and EOS Rebel line of cameras, which are a huge step up from the G70 series cameras, with more powerful cameras and lenses.
There are also Canon G-series DSLRs like the G5, G5i, G7, G9 and G11, as well as the G8 and G9i.
The G70 will also work with the new Canon XSi series of DSLRs, and some models of the G50 and G60.
It’s also compatible to Nikon DSLRs and to Canon’s D300 and D300E.
There’s also a G70M, G70N, G50M and G50NEX, as you might expect.
The latest models are priced slightly higher than the previous models, and they’re only available in limited markets, like in Japan.
We’ve got a full review of the PIXMASG70-300 in the coming weeks, but we wanted to take a closer look at how the cameras compare to the more powerful G70 models.