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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Canon EOS-7D Mk II Camera Specs Finalized

Canon EOS-7D Mk II camera with EF-S 18-135mm IS STM lens

It seems the specifications for the most anticipated camera launch from Canon this year - the EOS-7D Mk II has been confirmed and it is not too far from my earlier post. The official announcement should come on September 15, one day before the start of Photokina 2014 in Cologne, Germany. I am excited about this camera. The current EOS-7D has been my pick as the best APS-C camera four years in a row. You can see worldwide wildlife photos taken with this body on my website

Confirmed EOS-7D Mk II camera specs :

  • 20 MP APS-C CMOS Sensor 
  • Advanced Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology
  • Dual DIGIC 6 processors
  • 10 fps 
  • Dual Memory Card Slots ( One CF and one SD )
  • 65 AF points, all cross type
  • EOS iTR Autofocus
  • AF down to f/8 with center point
  • 3.2″ LCD monitor with no touch screen capability
  • 100% coverage viewfinder. Magnification 1.15
  • Magnesium alloy body with dust and weather resistance
  • Built-in GPS
  • Built-in Intervalometer
  • Built-in flash
  • Mic and headphone connectors
  • ISO 100 - 16000 
  • 1080p / 720p at 60 fps
  • New battery ( LP-E6N ) , new charger ( LC-E6N ) , new grip ( BG-E16 )
  • Available with EF 18-135mm and EF 15-85mm lens kit
  • Shipping date - late October to early November


John MacDonald said...

It seems the EOS-7D Mk II is finally coming out on Monday. I have waited so long for this camera. Will you do a complete analysis and field test when you get delivery of it? Love your photos, analysis and recommendations on Canon equipment.

Michael Daniel Ho said...

Yes John. Monday seems to be the big day. I will take the EOS-7D Mk II on extensive photo shoots and write a complete review of it as soon as possible. Keep checking back on my blog.

Arthur Morris said...

It's finally going to be here after 4 long years. I will be putting in my order once it's available. Your predicted specs came rather close and I am impressed by the present camera as well. The new one will be another big success for Canon.