Canon EOS 7D Mk II

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With the 7D having been released in 2009, it was overdue for an upgrade... and what an upgrade we got! This 7D Mk II is similar in size and controls to the original 7D, but with some added futuristic technology and superpowers.

What sets this camera body apart from the rest, you ask? Shoot 20.2 MP at a wicked-fast 10 frames per second (you know, in case you want to make some full-resolution stop motion video). You don't have to worry about focus because with a 65 point AF system, you can't really go wrong. I know what you're thinking: "That all sounds great, but I bet it doesn't beat the 5D Mk III or 1Dx in low light". Bam, wrong! You're looking at 100-16,000 ISO (expanding up to 25600), and that's the highest non-expansion range that Canon has. Now just throw in some little things like a built-in intervalometer, multiple exposure mode, and built-in GPS and geotagging. Like I said, superpowers.

That's photo. We haven't even started on video. Two words: video focusing. Before this guy came along, the 70D was Canon's hail to DSLR video focusing. Video shooters, you're looking at smoother, faster, and more accurate focusing. Designed to outdo the 70D, you have the ability to make more cinematic adjustments during video. The 7D Mark II's sensor has pixels that can be used for phase detection focusing (Dual Pixel AF) in Live View and Video mode. This enables smoother, faster focusing than contrast detection alone. Unlike the 70D, however, the speed at which the focusing occurs can be varied to allow for slower, more cinematic adjustments in video mode. Pretty sweet, huh?

You know I... *ahem* YOU want it. You know YOU want it.

Additional Information

Brand Canon
Camera Type DSLR
Lens Mount Canon EF
Sensor Size APS-C "Crop"
Megapixels 20.2
Recording Media Compact Flash (CF), SD
Media Slots 2
Max Burst Rate, photo (fps) 10
Min ISO 100
Max ISO 16000
Min Shutter Speed (sec) 30
Max Shutter Speed (sec) 1/8000
Max Flash Sync Speed (sec) 1/250
Max Video Resolution 1920 x 1080
Max Framerate @ 1080p (fps) 60
Max Framerate @ Max Resolution (fps) 60
Max Video Bitrate (Mbps) 50
Built-In Flash Yes
Audio Input yes
Headphone Jack Yes
Built-in Microphone Yes
PC Flash Terminal Yes
In-body Stabilization No
Battery Type LP-E6
Battery Life, approx (photos) 600
Battery Life, approx (min of video) 100
Max Power Draw (W) No
Shutter Release Cable Style 3 pin
HDMI Output Type Mini (Type C)
USB Connection Micro USB
Display Size (in) 3
Depth (in) 3.08
Height (in) 4.43
Width (in) 5.85
Weight (lbs) 1.8

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