Canon's PowerShot G7X Mark II builds-upon its predecessor to become one of the most attractive pocket compacts for enthusiasts. It shares the same core premise as the original, delivering a comfortable step-up in quality and control over a typical point-and-shoot or phone, while still remaining pocketable. Superficially the G7X Mark II may seem similar to its predecessor, but Canon's made a number of useful enhancements which make it a much more compelling camera overall.
I've put together another big review for you all, detailing the good and the bad of the G7X II and how it compares to major rivals including Sony's RX100 III and Panasonic's Lumix TZ100 / ZS100. I may currently be on the road in Europe, but I'm still putting in full days of work (lots of late nights!) to bring you the reviews you come to Cameralabs for! I hope you enjoy it and find it useful!