In addition to giving the camera a retro feel, the dials on the G10 are really practical and much faster to use than even direct-access buttons, which always require at least some navigation.
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I wasn't sure I was sold on the G10's exposure-compensation dial, until I actually found myself using it in situations where I'd normally just leave the shot slightly underexposed.
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Like the G9 and the G7 before it, the G10 uses a 4-way switch plus Set/Function button, which is surrounded by a scroll wheel. I love the scroll wheel, but find I tend to accidentally hit one of the Manual focus, macro, drive mode or flash switch when I'm trying to press the middle button.
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