Canon announced the EOS-7D Mk II camera on September 15, 2014. I have owned this camera for about 6 months now and have given it multiple field tests from the high Arctic to the Southern Ocean and places in between.
My readers know I have picked the EOS-7D as the best APS-C camera for wildlife photography 4 years in a row. If you are thinking of upgrading to the Mk II body, take a look at the following marketing video from Canon and read my comprehensive review. The new camera is very good and a great value but I only use it when the wildlife action is far away because I am not a big fan of extenders. My main wildlife camera is still the EOS-1D X and EOS-1D Mk IV.
Looks like a good camera.
Yes, the EOS-7D Mk II is a very good camera and its video features are slightly 'better' than the EOS-1D X but since I am a still wildlife photographer, the 1D X is still my main DSLR body.
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