Canon’s latest effort in the already-crowded compact market offers and 18.0 megapixel sensor
Canon claims versatility is the catch-cry for its new DSLR camera, with the manufacturer stating that it is able to capture a variety of subjects in different shooting conditions, and comes with an 18.0 megapixel sensor.
The EOS 7D also has a DiG!C 4 image processor that is said to to deliver outstanding image quality with fine detail, low noise and great reproduction of colour and tones. The EOS 7D also features FULL HD movie recording, letting users expand their creative shooting even further.
Designed for keen photographers who want to take a step up from their entry-level DSLR, or those who want to expand their hobby to new areas of photography, the EOS 7D is packed with features. 19-point Auto Focus means that images will always be crisp and clear, and with a standard ISO range (100-6400) expandable to an incredible 12800, photographers will be able to capture sharper images in lower light environments than ever before.
Like other Canon EOS DSLR models, the EOS 7D features Live View shooting, which is said to give photographers more flexibility and creative composition. New Live Face Detection AF mode identifies and captures faces in frame and focuses on them automatically.
The EOS 7D can shoot at speeds of eight frames per second, with the ability to capture 90 shots in a single continuous burst.
The EOS integrated cleaning system prevents and automatically removes tiny dust particles, resulting in cleaner images.