Canon - Flagship DSLR "EOS 7D Mark II" is out on October 30
Canon changed the release day of their new DSLR - EOS 7D Mark II - to October 30. They originally planned to release it in early November.
To read details about EOS 7D Mark II, please check our previous coverage below.
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Canon announced the release of their new digital single-lens reflex camera, EOS 7D Mark II. It will be released for 208,000 yen in early November.
EOS 7D Mark II is the successor of the EOS 7D that was released in 2009, and it is the flagship model of Canon's DSLR with APS-C sensor.
EOS 7D Mark II has an effective 20.2MP CMOS sensor, the Dual DIGIC 6 image processor and 3.0-inch back monitor (1.04M dot). It achieves ISO 100-16000 for both photos and movies, and especially for photos, it can be boosted up to 51200 in the expanded ISO mode. Pentaprism-used optical viewfinder called Intelligent Viewfinder II provides approximately 100% field of view for shooting ease.
In addition to 10fps continuous shooting ability, it supports a 65-point all cross-type AF system. There is GPS built-in, but there is no Wi-Fi capability.
- EOS 7D Mark II (Only the body) - About 220,000 yen
- EF-S18-135 IS STM Lens Kit - About 260,000 yen
- EF24-70L IS USM Lens Kit - About 350,000 yen
• Size: 148.6 x 112.4 x 78.2mm
• Weight: 820g (only the body)
• Storage media: CF card, SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card (UHS-I card compatible)
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