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An 18MP (megapixel) resolution makes images taken on this camera stand out.
Amazing picture, great sensitivity, large sensor, very cheap price.
Solid build and weatherproofing with prostyle feel in hand. Frame rate is sportshooter ready. Wireless control of external Speedlite flashes. 8 frames per second in RAW makes us swoon.
Compatible with huge assortment of Canon EF and EFS lenses, Good lowlight performance, Great manual control
Fast burst mode; solid body; versatile focusing modes; very good high ISO performance.
Shoots 18MP images at eight frames per second. Responsive autofocus. Pop-up flash. Large controls. Built-in Speedlite transmitter.
Excellent photo and video quality. Rugged build. Excellent LCD screen. Shoots continuously at 8fps. Huge viewfinder. New autofocus system
Excellent 18-megapixel sensor with impressively low noise and superb detail, Very good high ISO performance, especially for 18-megapixel subframe sensor, Rugged construction with magnesium body and weather sealing, Good ergonomics with highly customiza...
Very good photo quality, with a good lens, Low noise levels through ISO 1600 in low light, and ISO 3200 in good light, Solid, well built body; perfect right hand grip makes it easy to hold, Beautiful 3inch LCD display with good outdoor visibility, Large o
Excellent still-image and HD-video quality. Fast performance. Various HD video recording options.
Great 18MP photo quality, Blazing fast 8 fps shooting, Pinpoint focusing, Just so happens to take HD videos
Very fast; excellent photo quality; flexible autofocus system; big, bright viewfinder; streamlined interface; adds wireless flash control.
Good image quality, Great continuous shooting rate with JPEG files, 8 fps high speed shooting rate, HD video.
Umer digital SLR; great HD video versatility including a comprehensive range of frame rates; fast 8 fps still shooting with a fat buffer for extended bursts; comfy body with a rugged pro build; improved 19-point autofocus system.
Build quality, 8fps, viewfinder, focus speed, high ISO, image quality, video functions
Tough build and superb ergonomics, Zonable 19-point AF and 8fps burst shooting, Big viewfinder with graphics. VGA screen, Adjustable HD resolution and fps with mic input.
The 7Dís highISO performance is hardly bad, and compared to the 5D MKII itís £200 cheaper, offers twice the maximum frame rate and a significantly more advanced autofocus system, The 1.6x crop factor of the 7Dís smaller sensor is a.
This camera can become heavy if holding it for long periods of time.
Poor ergonomics for a video camera, focus is difficult while using standard and professional Canon EF still lenses.
Noisy popup flash motor. Quickcontrol dial on the back of the camera takes more effort to turn than previous Canon models. Auto white balance in artificial light is bronzemedal worthy at best.
Video autofocus is slow, Lack of oncamera audio control, Tom Cunningham is a video enthusiast and photographer working in the video and still camera retail industry, Canon USA Inc, One Canon Plz, New Hyde Park, NY 11042, www.usa.canon.com, $1,699...
Focusing not always accurate; could use more accessible focus controls.
LCD doesn't swivel. Fuzziness at high ISOs.
Well, itís not full frame. Thatís about it
Switching to Live View mode is slow, No dedicated AF-assist lamp (flash is used), and AF-assist adjustment is buried in the Flash Settings menu, AF not as good in low light as 50D, AE not reliable in very low light, Slow record to display time, No inte...
RAW images are sharper, have better dynamic range at high ISOs than JPEGs, Sluggish contrast detect AF in live view mode, Controls can be overwhelming at first, Histogram blocks a good portion of the live view
Pricey. Video recording is not as simple as a with a dedicated camcorder.
Iderable learning curve
Single card slot; some annoying small and hard-to-feel buttons; limited to three shots for bracketing; Live View focusing still slow.
Cost, 72 dpi output of images.
High resolution CMOS sensor reduces pixel size to 4.3 microns resulting in noise at high ISOs; no built-in stereo microphone; somewhat complicated to use.
Lots of menus, current high price, no second card slot
Basic 3-frame exposure bracketing, Single card slot versus dual on D300s, Flash flickers for AF illumination, Image quality surpassed by 5D Mark II.
The excellent Nikon D300S looms large over the 7D. Itís nearly £400 cheaper than the 7D, and matches it in virtually every way. The Nikonís build quality is superlative, its continuous mode performance is just about the same, and usabilit
By What Digital Camera on February 18, 2011
More versatility in both image quality and general performance make the difference for the Canon EOS 7D, which comes out as the overall...
By EISA on January 01, 2011
Thanks to its new 19 cross-type AF points, its extremely high ISO settings and a burst mode that allows up to eight frames to be captured in one second, the Canon EOS 7D is the natural choice when it comes to photographing action and sport. The camera...
By Buy-n-Shoot on September 06, 2010
Many photographers were a tad confused about the positioning of Canon’s new 7D when it was announced to the market. Seemingly, it was considered to be an upgrade to the existing 50D range of camera, but what Canon have, actually, done is given the...
By MicroFilmMaker on July 31, 2010
The future is here. For years (decades, even?), low-budget filmmakers have dreamed of being able to achieve the look of film without the headache and cost of film equipment, processing etc. Over the past decade we've seen digital cinema grow and...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
The Dual DIGIG 4 Image Processors, 1920 x 1080 HD video recording and a 19-point autofocus system make this camera a strong...
By DV on May 20, 2010
A giant leap forward in inexpensive, high-quality, film-like HD...
By Electronicsme on March 17, 2010
If you're a serious amateur looking for an awesome camera, or a pro needing a second (or even first) Canon body, the EOS 7D makes an excellent choice. The combination of features, price and build quality is hard to beat. About the only complaint...
By RegHardware on March 05, 2010
As a smaller sibling to the 5D Mark II, it was the video capabilities that created the buzz around the EOS 7D. It was the only alternative for sensible frame rates, whilst still being able to take advantage of the huge selection of fast EF lenses and...
By Shutterbug on February 23, 2010
Pro-Quality Digital SLRs Canon’s EOS 7D; Full HD Video In An 18MP D-SLR By Joe Farace • March, 2010 The new EOS 7D fills a gap in Canon’s D-SLR line-up that never existed before, fitting somewhere between the EOS 5D Mark II and EOS...
By Wired on February 19, 2010
Maybe you're tired of using a crappy point-and-shoot. Or, maybe you feel like you've outgrown your awesome, yet dated, PowerShot G9. Maybe you're just looking to strap up a full-featured DSLR. Canon's newest 7D is the way to go....
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