The Canon EOS 7D Mark II was put to the test in the Digital Camera World imaging lab and out in the field. The video comes loaded with specs, new features, why they may matter to you, and a detailed look at image quality results; The verdict is given out on the long awaited 7D Mark II, which now climbs atop the group of Canon’s APS-C format DSLR selection.
Canon 7D Mark II has 20.2 million effective pixels in the sensor, just like the Canon 70D, but it is a new device and that the micro lenses have been redesigned for better light transmission. This camera has two Digic 6 processing engines and this enables a maximum continuous shooting speed of 10 frames per second. With paired with a UDMA 7 card like this Lexar 1066x CompactFlash card installed this rate can be maintained for up to 31 raw files or 1030 JPEGs. Wow!
This photo sensor and processing engine combination also creates a native sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 16-thousand, that’s the highest native setting of any Canon SLR. Also, there are expansion settings going up to ISO 51,200. The complete review can be found here.
Gear used in this video:
Camera: 7D Mark II
Lens: Canon EFS 18-135mm STM IS
Tripod head: UniqBall UBH45
Tripod: Manfrotto 055CXPRO3