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Canon EOS 7D

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II First Look

What Digital Camera
2 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: Canon EOS 7D Mark II First Look - We go hands-on with the manufacturer's latest APS-C DSLR, the replacement for the long-standing Canon EOS 7D
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Overall 10
10

Canon EOS 7D DSLR Review

About.com
26 April 2013
  • Excerpt: The Canon EOS 7D is the manufacturer's flagship APS-C camera. Designed to rival cameras such as the Nikon D300S, it combines a high megapixel count with a reasonable price tag. In many respects, this camera can even rival Canon's 5D Mark II.
  • Pros: 18 megapixels, 19 point AF system, 8 frames per second continuous shooting speed, Excellent low light performance, Good battery life, Nearly all buttons and controls can be customized according to personal preference
  • Cons: Unreliable white balance in artificial lighting conditions, Tends to overexpose slightly in very contrasty conditions
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Overall 9
8.8
Value for money 9
9.0
Functionality 9
9.0
Audio & image quality 9
9.0
Appearance 9
9.0
Build quality 8
8.0

Canon EOS 7D Digital Camera Review

Buy-n-Shoot.com
28 September 2012
  • Conclusion: Overall, the Canon 7D should be considered, pound for pound and value for money, one of the best DSLR’s on the market. Combining such a high-resolution with a frame-rate action photographers would die for, all without compromising its low-light performance, to any noticeable degree, is a major achievement.
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Expert Review

PhotoRadar
21 December 2011
  • Conclusion: If you want to shoot video, the decision swings towards the 7D. The 7D is undeniably excellent camera, but for once, that doesn't make the decision any easier.
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Canon EOS 7D

consumersearch.com
16 November 2011
  • Summary: There's a built-in electronic level that shows both pitch and tilt, on both the viewfinder and LCD, and the pop-up flash can wirelessly command a slew of external flashes -- as many as three groups of four flashes each. A handy button lets you toggle between RAW and JPEG capture. "Such conveniences are what makes the Canon 7D ideal for the serious photographer," Barnett says.
  • Pros: Great image quality, Pro-grade speed and features, All-metal and weather-sealed, Fast continuous shooting
  • Cons: No continuous autofocus in movie mode, Only one card slot
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Overall 8
8.0

Canon EOS 7D Review

thinkdigit.com
11 November 2010
  • Summary: At Rs. 85,000 the 7D is an attractive option for those looking for a high performance dSLR camera. Image quality is top notch, and if you want better, you need to look at a full frame. Noise is very well controlled for a crop sensor and the 7D is exceptionally sturdy. The 7D is also highly configurable and has a list of features a mile wide.
  • Pros: Very solidly built and nicely weather sealed, Very ergonomically positioned buttons and dials that are highly configurable, Highly intuitive interface and lots of customisable options, Fast, reliable AF system, Capable of excellent quality results across the board, and in a variety of shooting conditions, Consistent metering system that produces neutral, clean image, Excellent viewfinder, large, bright and informative, 8 fps in burst mode, highly suitable for sports a...
  • Cons: ISO 6400 performance will not satisfy those used to full frames, Metering has issues with incandescent lighting, especially yellow lighting, though all dSLRs goof up here, and the 7D is better than many, Loss in finer detail and smearing of textures when shooting red subjects, particularly darker hues, Expensive to buy in India, Needs good lenses for the sensor to show its mettle
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Hands On: Canon EOS 7D

Pop Photo
1 November 2010
  • Excerpt: Trying Canon's new EOS 7D ($1,700, street, body only; $1,900 with 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 Canon EF-S IS lens) in a preproduction version, I could see that the DSLR wars are escalating again. Not that the conflict hasn't been ongoing-Nikon has targeted Canon head-on with its innovative and powerful DSLRs, plus key reinforcements to its lens line. But with the 7D, Canon is taking aim directly at Nikon's new D300s.
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Expert Review

photo.net
4 October 2010
  • Conclusion: If you expect a huge difference in overall image quality between the EOS 40D, EOS 50D and EOS 7D, you’d probably be somewhat disappointed, but that’s not what the EOS 7D is really about. In terms of ergonomics and features, the 7D is clearly ahead of the other EOS crop sensor cameras.
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Overall 8
8.4

Expert Review

DP Review
29 September 2010
  • Summary: If you can justify the price tag it's hard to fault Canon's new APS-C flagship. With class-leading image quality, fast operation and excellent handling the EOS 7D is everything a semi-pro model should be--and the excellent movie mode will be a welcome bonus to those that like their pictures to move. Arguably the best APS-C SLR on the market today.
  • Pros: Class-leading detail and resolution at base ISO, good per-pixel sharpness, Very good low-light performance, low noise levels and good retention of detail, 8 frames per second continuous shooting speed, Thanks to Dual Digic 4 processors very quick and responsive performance, Excellent build quality with magnesium body and environmental sealing, Good ergonomics, well shaped and comfortable hand grip, Improved button and control layout over 50D/5D Mark II, Highly customi...
  • Cons: Unreliable white balance under artificial lighting, Slight tendency to overexpose in contrasty conditions, Occasional jagged lines in 720p video, No built-in AF illuminator
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

Channel5
28 September 2010
  • Conclusion: We could go on forever about the Canon EOS 7D’s features and versatility, but suffice to say: if you’re looking for a top class all-round performer and aren’t too concerned with going full-frame, this is currently the best body around.
  • Pros: As soon as you pick it up, it’s clear that the Canon EOS 7D means business. It’s big, heavy, sturdy and packed with dials and buttons. For the well-versed in DSLR photography, the Canon EOS 7D is a dream to use. While Nikon and Sony’s user interfaces may be slightly easier to use, once you’ve got to grips with it you’ll be switching settings quickly and easily. It also comes with a new 19-point autofocus system which can be set to either lock to a single point or a “z...
  • Cons: It’s certainly not a camera for the DSLR beginner, as the amount of manual options on offer will only serve to confuse. There is a fully auto mode, naturally, but why spend £1,250 on a DSLR and treat it like a point and shoot? We'd also have like to have seen a full frame option, especially at this price.
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