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As the question says, I have not been able to find out whether Canon PowerShot G15 has a manual F-number adjustment. I went through some reviews and specs but I haven't seen this there.

I'm asking because I'm going to buy a camera, and one of those I consider (Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7) features this.

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Yes it does. This falls under full manual-controls on most review sites.

You can tell this by simply looking at photos of the G15 and noting the positions on the mode-dial. The one labbeled A means you can select aperture while leaving the shutter-speed automatic and the M means that you can adjust both independently.

The G15 also happens to have dual control-dials, so you can adjust both aperture and shutter-speed easily.

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