The Canon 7D Mark III DSLR camera, replacing the Mark II, is rumored to begin shipping in the Summer of 2018.
Canon is planning to release more products in the year of 2018. At least a couple of cameras and a few more lenses are expected to show up in 2018. The first of them is allegedly the Canon 7D Mark III, which will take the place of the EOS 7D Mark II.
The 7D was succeeded by the Mark II at the end of 2014. Trusted sources are reporting that the Canon 7D Mark III camera is currently in the works, but release date postponed to Summer 2018. More details after the break!
Canon 7D Mark III release date now rumored for Summer 2018
The Canon 7D Mark III release date previously set for the first half of 2018. Now the rumor mill is claiming that the APS-c sensor DSLR camera will be unveiled in the Summer of 2018. Let’s remember the current model a bit.
The EOS Mark II comes with a 20.2MP APS-C CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 6 Image Processor. The DSLR camera features a DPAF with 65-Point All Cross-Type Phase-Detect AF and 10fps burst mode. It has 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen and the camera offers full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps.
Rumored Canon 7D Mark III Specs:
Here are the rumored Canon 7D Mark III specs we’ve posted so far.
- 30MP APS-c CMOS sensor
- 4K video/30p 1.4x
- 12 fps
- DIGIC 8 ? (might use the same processor of the possible 5DsMk2)
- No AA filter
- 1D X Mark II focusing
- Tilting touch screen
- Built-in Wi-Fi
- Advanced video features
- Price around $2000
Canon will allegedly introduce a new flagship APS-c sensor DSLR which will be the EOS 7D Mark III camera. The Canon 7D Mark III announcement is set for March 2018 before the NAB Show. According to that the Canon 7D Mark III release date is scheduled for Summer of 2018.
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