Updated Canon EOS 7D Mark II specifications

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera rumors

Here is an updated list of specifications for the rumored Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera (see previous rumored specs here):

  • 24.1mp APS-C Sensor
  • Dual DIGIC V
  • 10fps
  • Dual Memory Card Slots
  • 61 AF Points
  • 3.2″ LCD
  • Build quality like 5D3
  • GPS & Wifi
  • $2199
  • ISO Performance to get close to the 5D3
  • Lots of video features
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  • Fants

    Alright, I’m not usually one to squeal about price…but $2200 for an APS-C camera? Complete madness.

    • No longer Pablo Ricasso

      All because someone wants to protect their sub thousand dollar investment they made in mediocre lenses that won’t work on the camera the mount was designed for…

      • http://www.facebook.com/zosxavius Zos Xavius

        I dunno. maybe sports and nature photographers want a crop sensor with a fast framerate in a pro body? you know….people using $12,000 lenses in some cases. An extra 50% of reach is quite useful for these people don’t you think?

        • No longer Pablo Ricasso

          Yeah, but most of the whiners are lamenting the fact that they have an assortment of plastic lenses, usually wide angles or short to shortish zooms, that don’t provide the image circle needed for the larger sensor. First they complain that the file size is too large… Then they complain that they can’t fill the whole file and would end up with a small file. Etc…
          There will always be a relatively small group of people who really do have a use for a “pro” bodied cropped camera. However, they are only a small portion of the complainers who I complain about.

        • s.p.

          all aps-c sensor is doing is cropping out the image. centre frame the subject on a FF and crop 50% out of the borders and you get a APS-C sensor reach.

          • http://www.facebook.com/zosxavius Zos Xavius

            sure…at reduced resolution….

          • http://www.facebook.com/zosxavius Zos Xavius

            sure…at reduced resolution….

    • No longer Pablo Ricasso

      All because someone wants to protect their sub thousand dollar investment they made in mediocre lenses that won’t work on the camera the mount was designed for…

    • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

      This is a suped up 1DX crop camera you know. A lot of people will go crazy over this.

    • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

      This is a suped up 1DX crop camera you know. A lot of people will go crazy over this.

  • Eric Calabos

    lots of video “features”.. not video improvements
    yea, because you need to protect the C series

    • Renato S.

      They probably mean those art effects… hahaha…

      C’mon Canon, stop the BS and start improving something, it’s not like someone won’t buy a EOS-C because they want 7D, 6D or 5D…

    • Renato S.

      They probably mean those art effects… hahaha…

      C’mon Canon, stop the BS and start improving something, it’s not like someone won’t buy a EOS-C because they want 7D, 6D or 5D…

  • Lloyd

    I’m sorry but just no… Why on earth other than having a shallow depth of field advantage would you buy a 5d3? If the iso is going to be similar along with the build & 10fps. Canon arent stupid enough to kill off there 5d product line by doing that.

    • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

      Framerate. Some people like framerate.

    • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

      Framerate. Some people like framerate.

    • No longer Pablo Ricasso

      The camera may or may not allow itself to be used at the same ISO but there is no way that the actual noise performance will even be close unless Canon makes a quantum improvement in it’s technology, and especially not in low light. The larger sensor will also allow the photographer to get better use of the full frame lenses that he or she is using, especially if they aren’t quite up to speed on a small sensor, although with some probable loss in the corners. Then there are things that apparently don’t concern most Canon photographers… like color and dynamic range…

      • http://genotypewritings.blogspot.com/ genotypewriter

        “but there is no way that the actual noise performance will even be close unless Canon makes a quantum improvement in it’s technology”

        And don’t forget… why wouldn’t Canon put that same tech in their upcoming FFs. It’s funny how small sensor fans think the world is going to stand still until they jump the queue.

    • Clint Dunn

      You buy a 5D3 because the image quality is better than the Canon crop cameras. I owned a 7D and it was not in the same league as my 5D2.

    • http://genotypewritings.blogspot.com/ genotypewriter

      With that post you’re just telling everyone that you haven’t used a full frame camera properly and/or that you don’t even know what image quality is when you see it.

      There are small sensor P&S cameras with megapixels to match that of DSLRs’… and did everyone ditch their DSLRs for those for things like landscapes where shallow DOF is not a requirement?

      Bigger sensor=better sampling, that’s not going to change unless they stop improving the bigger sensors… get in with the program

      • http://www.facebook.com/zosxavius Zos Xavius

        But for most the quality of FF a few years ago is what we are getting with aps-c. Film took much longer to develop. For many people, even the current state of m4/3 technology is more than good enough. Quite possibly aps-c is just too in between and will die out in a number of years. A lot of people wanted it to become the next mirrorless standard, but we now know the market has been convinced that everything must be full frame and all compacts should have 1″ sensors. m4/3 offers some serious benefits as a small system. there are advantages and disadvantages to anything right? the pentax q even has some strange advantages. thing is that sensor tech is getting good enough that its already beyond what most people need. unless you are constantly churning out posters even a bridge camera would be pretty decent for a lot of people. (they make some ok poster prints sometimes too……)

        • http://genotypewritings.blogspot.com/ genotypewriter

          “FF a few years ago is what we are getting with aps-c.”

          Again, that’s the wrong kind of comparison. Full frame didn’t stop there and it won’t stop and wait until APS-C catches up. If anything, bigger would be the way to go because there’s still a limited amount of photons hitting a given area, even if the sensor is 100% efficient.

          Also, the first DSLR came out in 1991… so everything in this area was just a “few years ago” :)

          “Quite possibly aps-c is just too in between and will die out in a number of years.”

          I highly doubt that… there are small sensors of various sizes and they’re still around. I don’t see why APS-C should be the one that has to go. If anything, we’ll see mobile phones with APS-C sensors since large sensors are getting popular.

          “For many people, even the current state of m4/3 technology is more than good enough.”

          That’s until they try something better :D

    • http://genotypewritings.blogspot.com/ genotypewriter

      With that post you’re just telling everyone that you haven’t used a full frame camera properly and/or that you don’t even know what image quality is when you see it.

      There are small sensor P&S cameras with megapixels to match that of DSLRs’… and did everyone ditch their DSLRs for those for things like landscapes where shallow DOF is not a requirement?

      Bigger sensor=better sampling, that’s not going to change unless they stop improving the bigger sensors… get in with the program

  • Vivid Nanaimo

    I’d buy that.

  • george

    it would be a lot better to have a 32+ mp full frame camera and crop it later, just another small step instead of one major improvement (we must buy a new camera every 3 years or else the manufacturers won’t be able to have a private jet)

    • Andrew Garcia

      what about the pixel density? you’re wrong dude…

  • Remedy

    “ISO performance to get close to the 5D3″ in other words even more retarded denoise algorithms producing mushy mush, pretending to be awesome at high ISO… just like 5D3. No, thanks.

  • george washington

    Give me the D7100 any day

    • Nishi Drew

      Wouldn’t just anyone be happy to just be given a camera, any day?

      • SpaceMan

        No, giving a sigma camera for free is downright offensive

    • NikonatorHator

      Good luck with the dirty sensor and the self burning external flash. Nikon’s quality stinks. I don’t understand how y’all put up with it.

    • NikonatorHator

      Good luck with the dirty sensor and the self burning external flash. Nikon’s quality stinks. I don’t understand how y’all put up with it.

  • Douglas Pavani

    video will be shit just like the 6d

  • grin

    canon is crap u know that rightttttt

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