Canon EOS 7D mark II review

Canon EOS 7D mark II is the new flagship DSLR from Canon with APS-C sized sensor. It is aimed mainly to sports, wildlife or professional photo journalists. Its main selling points are the advanced 65 point AF system and 10 fps burst with insanely big buffer (around 1000 shots in JPEG). Previous 7D was on the market since 2009; that’s 5 years. There are few digital cameras that survived that long and this alone tells you 7D was a sucess. Creating the Mark II was no easy task since some things were allready really great. On paper, maybe it doesn’t look that different form 7D mark I, but the new stuff that was added or improved on Mark II is really usefull and you can feel it in use. Check out the video review and full resolution samples below to see what I thought of the new 7D mark II.

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