I got a G7X (or G7 X) yesterday. It's nice. It may not be especially sharp though.
This is what I put in thread on DP Review, if it helps.
Had a try out with it in the late afternoon/early evening.
Firstly it's slightly bigger than the S95 it's replacing. Not significantly, but noticeably. It's more LX3 in size. The S95 is quite svelte and slips in your jeans pocket, the G7X fits in the pocket, but is a bit lumpy. It feels very industrial in the hand too, I don't think anything's going to break on it.
At first I found it a bit awkward to hold, with the pad of my thumb on the thumbrest, the 'heel' of my thumb kept hitting the record button and I found it awkward to reach the shutter button. But I then moved the heel of my thumb to the thumbrest and now my finger was over the shutter button and I didn't press 'record', much more sense and it now felt good in my hand. The record button is customisable though and can be switched off entirely if easier.
I really like a tilt screen, especially in combination with the touch/drag focus point on this one. I like using tilt screens at 90 degrees, like a TLR as it gives a different perspective and is also useful for low down shots and shading the screen from the sun too. The touch focus works very well in combination with this and is quick.
The operation and menus will be familiar to any Powershot user, nothing much has changed from what I can see so far.
The pictures look like they do from other Powershots too, all that Canon colours stuff.
So far images have come out pretty well, I've only just downloaded DPP update from Canon HK today so all images from yesterday are jpeg so far and seem OK to me. You can get a decently shallow depth of field at wider apertures and the bokeh circles look alright too.
IQ. This is the 'hum' part. I think the images are fine for what I expected. In terms of sharpness, well I've perhaps been spoiled by my other larger sensor 'small' cameras like the GR and I don't think this is up there. I know this will be a 'deal breaker' for some who expect all things from a camera with a larger price tag.
However I don't think that stops it from being a really nice tool to make nice pictures with. Also, this is just an initial impression from first use in the gathering light. I'm also firmly convinced that after use, many electronic items get 'better', whether that's because the user gets better at using them and/or they need 'running in'. So with more use in better light incoming days, I'm looking forward to it and I may well think IQ is better than OK, certainly the detail in some initial cat pictures look alright.
In short, it's a decent, chunky but still quite small camera with that great tilt/touch screen.
Some images on flickr which may help:https://flic.kr/p/pnZdc6https://flic.kr/p/pohChyhttps://flic.kr/p/p6QXfrhttps://flic.kr/p/pojX8Z