Summary: I purchased my 2nd 7D through Walmart because they had the best online price at the time. The product was delivered as promised and on time. I wouldn't have bought a 2nd 7D if I was not happy with the performance of Canon cameras. It is a solid well built camera and holds up to the rigors of professional use... I would not recommend the 28-135 lens kit however. As a loyal Canon user for over 35 years, I was absolutely floored by how cheaply the 28-135 lens is made.
Excerpt: I have owned it for 4 years and it has gone through a lot rain/sand/high temps and still works fine, noice 100% viewfinder ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Image quality is great but does show it's age compared to other, more recent DSLRS. The grip is good and I do like it's incredible AF. The only problem is that a lot of dust has built up in some areas of the camera (impossible to clean) and does tend to bug me.
Excerpt: I got this Dslr during my visit to Taipei in 2010 and since then it has been a replacement for Nikon D7000 and it stood strong on many occasions i have used it for sports,landscape,wild life and portrait photography and it never let me down the usage of this camera is awesome handling is a just fabulous image quality is stunning
Conclusion: There were things that needed getting used to that may have reduced my rating 4 years ago, but I'm glad I didn't jump to conclusions. This camera is still very relevant, despite its age. It is professional quality, sealed tight, solid and super-responsive. The only thing I regret, is that it has no headphone port to monitor sound during video recording. A person whose work involves extensive filmmaking would obviously choose the 70D instead.
Pros: rugged and tough, excellent weathersealing, very responsive
Cons: dated high iso performance, no headphone jack
Summary: This product is great for shooting both video and photography in a variety of settings. I specifically enjoy the vivid clarity of both photo and video results from this camera. Overall, this is an excellent buy for anyone.