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Canon EOS 7D Successor Coming at CP+ 2014 Show

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Canon is rumored to announce several new products for the Winter Olympics and the CP+ Show 2014 which will happen in February. According to NL, a new Canon APS-C flagship camera on its way and they have shared some info about the upcoming Canon EOS 7D successor, the 7D Mark II.

Recent rumor says that speed, auto-focus and high ISO performance are the key elements for the upcoming Canon 7D replacement camera. The 7D successor should have a solidy built rugged body with an a high fps.

As we posted earlier Canon 7D Mark 2 camera will share the same EOS-1 like body and a new AF system. The 7D Mark II will also feature Wi-Fi, GPS and a bigger LCD Screen. See more Canon 7D Mark 2 specs here.

Canon EOS 7D Successor Coming at CP+ 2014 Show


Canon EOS 7D Mark II which is rumored a lot of times to replace the current 7D  will feature a new sensor. There is a possible candidate for 7D Mark II, is the 24MP sensor that is undergoing field testing.

via NL

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