The current flagship EOS camera with an APS-C sensor was launched at Photokina 2014. However, it is not all roses for Canon, as some users have reported that the EOS 7D Mark II is having focus issues. Either way, it seems like these problems will be gone soon, as a Canon 7D Mark II firmware update will be released next week.
Now we can finally put an end to all rumors and speculations! The Canon 7D Mark II has become official more than five years after its predecessor. The new DSLR camera comes packed with lots of new features, such as an improved image processor, AF technology, metering system, and second-generation Dual Pixel CMOS AF.
Canon will announce a flagship APS-C EOS DSLR at Photokina 2014. It has been rumored for a very long time, but it seems like its time has finally come. In order to prove this, an insider has leaked the first Canon 7D Mark II photo, while providing some specs to confirm that the camera will not employ a multi-layered sensor.
One of the most expected cameras at Photokina 2014 is the replacement for the Canon EOS 7D. In anticipation of the DSLR’s announcement event, sources have leaked new Canon 7D Mark II details. The latest information is here to confirm some of the previous rumors, although some details have also been debunked.
The elusive replacement for the Canon 7D is once again part of the rumor mill. Ahead of its purported September 5 launch event, some more Canon EOS 7D Mark II specs have been leaked. We can now say for certain that the DSLR camera will have a very durable build and that its image sensor will be based on a new technology.
New Canon EOS 7D Mark II rumors have surfaced on the web! Once again, the DSLR camera is rumored to have a body like the EOS-1 SLR. Furthermore, it appears that the body will be made entirely out of metal, turning it into a very sturdy device. However, this comes at a cost, so check out the article to find out all the details!
Canon has recently said that “something big is coming”. Well, it has arrived, but it does not involve the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, as initially thought. The teaser was a campaign for the PhotoMarathon India 2014, a photography competition aimed at India residents. Either way, sources are claiming that the DSLR is coming soon.
Canon India has posted a teaser on its official Facebook page, inviting people to get their cameras ready. The company added that “something big is coming”, further fueling the speculation that the EOS 7D Mark II DSLR camera is nearing. Moreover, this could also point to the launch of the EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II lens.
More Canon 7D Mark II rumors have surfaced on the web. According to inside sources, the Canon 7D replacement announcement date will occur on September 5. The non-disclosure agreement with the testers ends on the aforementioned date, so the company will finally get to introduce its flagship APS-C camera to the world.
Canon has been rumored to be testing the EOS 7D replacement at the 2014 World Cup. Recently, somebody has noticed a photographer that sits in the same place during football games, while also covering his camera. According to the sources, the covered shooter is the Canon 7D Mark II DSLR, which will be announced in September.
Canon is rumored to announce a new flagship APS-C DSLR camera in the following months. Prior to the launch of the EOS 7D Mark II, the Canon 7D price has been reduced at major retailers in the US. The discount is quite big and it is a sign that the stocks of the current model must be emptied ahead of the new DSLR’s announcement.
Recently, sources familiar with the matter have reported that Canon will announce a replacement for the EOS 7D camera in August. However, the latest Canon 7D Mark II rumors are hinting that the DSLR camera will actually become official in early September. Moreover, the shooter is coming alongside a telephoto zoom lens.
Canon will introduce a successor for the EOS 7D this August. The new DSLR camera is said be the company’s biggest change ever as it will come packed with some amazing new features. Either way, the Canon 7D Mark II release date has been set for October 2014, just a few weeks after Photokina 2014 closes its doors for the public.
New Canon 7D Mark II gossip talks are circling around the web. Inside sources, who have been right in the past, have revealed that the DSLR camera will not feature a Sigma Foveon-like image sensor. However, the sensor will be based on a new technology and will be the next step in the company’s evolutionary process.
There is no surprise that new Canon 7D replacement details have surfaced on the web. The DSLR is rumored to be called 7D Mark II and to come packed with an APS-C sensor that has a high megapixel count. It is unlikely that it will go over 30-megapixel, but the already-rumored 24-megapixel now sounds like it will become a reality.