Canon EOS 7D Mark III to be Announced in First Half of 2018
Canon EOS 7D Mark III camera rumored to be in the works. Canon is planning to unveil the flagship APS-c sensor DSLR in the first half of 2018.
Those who follow the world of photography know, usually at the beginning of the year, new product announcements begin with the CES 2018 (Consumer Electronics Show). Immediately later in the middle of February the CP+ event will bring together photograph lovers in Tokyo.
The successor to the EOS 7D Mark II might arrive in both of these events. But our guess the EOS 7D Mark III announcement will be after the CP+ 2018 and before the NAB 2018 (opens its doors in April).
Canon EOS 7D Mark III and EOS 90D to be Announced in early 2018
Latest rumors also indicates that we can see a Canon EOS 90D . This announcement is expected before the 7D Mark III. So CES or CP+ 2018 event is a possibility for the mid-range EOS 90D camera.
The EOS 7D Mark II DSLR camera was announced back in late 2014 with a price of $1,799 (currently $300 off). After three years we will probably see a replacement of the 7D Mark II in 2018. Let’s head over the expected EOS 7D Mark III specs.
Rumored Canon EOS 7D Mark III Specs
The EOS 7D Mark II would be the first APS-C Canon camera to have the 4K video recording feature.
- 20MP APS-C sensor
- 12 fps
- No AA filter
- AF-system like the 1D X Mark II
- Tilting touch screen
- 4K video with 30p 1.4x crop
- Dual card slots (CFast/SD)
- Built-in Wi-Fi
The Canon EOS 7D Mark III price will probably be lower than the $2,000 mark. Stay tuned with us for more information.
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