More Canon EOS 7D Mark II reviews and ISO comparison samples are available online. Canon’s new flagship APS-C DSLR camera is getting very good results from tests.
Gizmodo has competed the review of Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR camera and give a positive verdict. They say the EOS 7D Mark II is the best DSLR for sports and wildlife.
Wildlife and nature photographer, and Canon Northern Explorer of Light, Christopher Dodds posted his first impression of Canon’s new APS-C flagship, the EOS 7D Mark II. He was impressed by the low noise of the EOS 7D Mark II sensor.
Professional photographer Jeff Cable had a chance to test the 7D Mark II with high ISO settings (ISO 51200). The Canon EOS 7D Mark II delivers amazing results.
Canon 7D Mark II is the “Best DSLR For Sports and Wildlife” says Gizmodo
The Canon EOS 7D Mark II features a 20.2MP CMOS sensor, Dual Digic 6 processors, next-generation Dual Pixel AF, 65 all cross-type points, 10fps max burst speed, max ISO of 16000 and built-in GPS. You can download the Instruction Manual and the AF-Setting Guide Book.
From Christopher Dodds review :
The Canon EOS 7D mark II totally rocks! If you weigh the features, file size and quality against the price, it is a worthy 1DX contender. There is little reason to own a 1DX if you regularly work below 1,600 ISO and the 7D mark II makes an awesome and economical back-up to anyone with a 1DX. I know that I will replace my second 1DX with the lighter 7D mark II. I will be keeping a 1DX in my camera bag, but will likely favour the lighter 7D mark II on most occasions; to be honest, I haven’t picked-up my 1DX since getting my hands on the 7D mark II. The 1.6X crop factor was a welcome treat after using full frame cameras for so long; not having to add an extender also meant not loosing a stop from the maximum aperture of the lens I was using, which meant I didn’t have to increase my ISO to maintain my desired shutter speed.
From Jeff Cable review:
So, what is my conclusion about the Canon 7D Mark II? […] This camera offers a whole lot of features and image quality for the relatively low price of $1799. And even though I have a Canon 1Dx, I love having a smaller and lighter camera that can shoot 10 photos per second, and do so with really great quality. And there are times when having a crop sensor would be beneficial to get me a little closer to my subject. Basically, I see this as the little brother to Canon 1DX for a whole lot less money.
If you have been waiting to purchase a new camera for almost any type of photography (especially for sports and wildlife) this is a great choice!
From Gizmodo review:
If you shoot athletes or animals and are trying to keep it under $2000 for a new body, I would wholeheartedly recommend the 7D Mark II. Besides the increase in low light performance and an obsession with the full-frame “look,” there aren’t many reasons to go all-in on a 5D Mark III which is almost double the price. The 7D Mark II shoots faster and focuses better. You’re getting near the performance of the cameras NFL photographers use without having to spend seven grand on a body.
Below you can also see a video comparison of the EOS 7D Mark II vs EOS 5D Mark III vs EOS 70D.
Making Waves With the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Canon Ambassador, action photographer and filmmaker Richard Walch recently took to the seas with the new EOS 7D Mark II. The results of his endeavours – using Canon’s flagship APS-C DSLR and a group of Speedlite 600EX-RT flashguns – are nothing short of stunning. He reveals the secrets behind his latest maritime adventure to CPN Editor David Corfield
Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR Camera Price and Availability
The Canon EOS 7D Mark II will be available in November body-only for $1,799. Bundled with an EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM it will cost $2,149.
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