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Canon 7D Mark II : Specifications and Opinions




Canon 7D Mark II, front

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The Canon 7D Mark II is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.6x) sensor and 20.2 megapixels manufactured from 2014 to 2021 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 51200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 10 FPS x 31 RAW, 130 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1100 €;
269 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   APS-C, 22.3 x 15 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.6x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   20.2 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 51200
 File formats   JPEG, RAW, mRAW, sRAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Canon EF, Canon EF-S (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   65
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   10 FPS x 31 RAW, 130 JPEG
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   10 FPS x 31 RAW, 130 JPEG
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 60 FPS
 WiFi   No
 GPS   Yes
 USB   micro-USB (USB 3.0)
 USB Charging   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.0", 720 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 100%, 1.00x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 13 meters
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC (UHS-I)
 Storage, Slot 2   CF
 Shutter   Mechanical
 Battery   Li-Ion (Canon LP-E6N, capacity 13.42 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   910 g
 Dimensions   149 x 112 x 78 mm

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avatarsupporter
sent on July 30, 2016

Pros: Fast af , crop, gps, two carts. Image quality

Cons: Weight, wifi

Opinion: This camera has a great learning curve the af section is very adjustubel but when you know your camera you got great results. 7d mark II is a camera designed for sports or nature photography. The autofocus module is excellent, responsive and highly customizable for different shooting conditions, but it is essential be studied well the manual dedicated to exploit their full potential. The body keeps the autofocus until f8 at the midpoint foam (cross) and this is a good opportunity for more. Reduced shutter lag and gusts up to 10 shots per second give the 7d mark II unmistakably sporty character, as well as very useful (especially for those without super tele in kit) is the crop in the room due to the format aps-c. Just sensor aps-c is the component that most characterizes this camera, from benefit (by multiplying the focal length of the lens) to the limit if you decide to shoot in low light and with very high sensitivity ISO. Also very usabel for macro and landscape. Also gps is nice specely on vacations so you cane see where you have been.

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avatarjunior
sent on August 01, 2021

Pros: Excellent camera body for action, excellent AF on almost the entire frame, customization from pro, ergonomic, excellent for those accustomed to 5D, double memory slot.

Cons: Sensor that accuses the years especially for dynamic range and video tightness (but it was not born for that). It is not a body buys and snaps, it must be set properly for every shooting condition. Very pro-oriented rather than prosumer-oriented, it grants few errors.

Opinion: After witnessing the production exit of the 77D and the same 7Dmkii I waited waiting for the hypothetical 7dmkiii. Given the release of the 90D, tested, I opted for a used 7dmkii, the 1.6x is convenient both for the focal length and the wallet. Of the 90D I was not satisfied with the AF (very similar to the 77D that I already own), and the decision to increase the density of the sensor against an increase in the performance of the iso seal; in my opinion a 7dmkii with a sensor of the 77D, but more performing with little light would have been the top, without considering that I always use the Canon 70-200 2.8 at TA and on the 77D already shows its limits in softness at 24 megapixels. To take advantage of the crop on 32 megapixels on apsc you must have the appropriate optics. Moving on to the 7dmkii I must say that at the beginning it did not convince me very much, as workability of the RAW I found the 77D better and more permissive. With the need to get the JPG ready I worked a lot on the photo style (I created some depending on the contexts and I uploaded to profile 1, 2 and 3), over and under exposure, focus options (quite complex, but if you have a 5dsr they are similar), customization of the WB; all I saved on positions C1, C2, C3 to have everything ready when needed. Now I am very happy with the result obtained. I read about the short battery life, I use little screen, very little, no stabilizer, but the AF of the 70-200 2.8 works constantly all the time and I make the machine generate the reduced JPG and I can shoot 1500-2000 shots before getting to the last notch. The sore button for me is the dynamic range more than the iso seal, let's say that up to 3200 iso does its job, above the noise there is, but unless you want to print large format does not give problems; the problem is the loss of chromatic detail in the midtones, in this aspect the 77D is better. Fantastic customization of the various buttons and selectors, customizations that are saved along with everything else in the "C" settings of the shooting mode selector. Another thing that made me choose compared to the 90D is the double slot for me fundamental, on the CF I keep the RAW and on the sd the JPG ready, otherwise double copy of the RAW. As for the construction is a 5D, solid, unaesthetic and not very useful flash pop up, but it has the advantage of being used as a Speedlite transmitter without removing flashes external to the scene. Unrivaled autofocus (if not 1dx mkii and mkiii, and R5), rarely misses a beat and also is a full frame af sensor mounted on APSC which offers a very extensive and detailed AF coverage. Fast shooting, silent mode. It obviously suffers on the other electronic features such as the absence of wi-fi that forces you to lose the sd slot to insert the transmitter. The eye proximity sensor is missing for turning off the screen that is not touch, defect only in case of video shooting because you can not directly select the focus. For the rest it has become my favorite machine for action. The exposure indicator to the right of the viewfinder is very useful for when using flashes such as fill in as you have the direct view of the over and under absolute exposure of the machine and the relative one of the flash light (selectable directly from the shortcut on the set button) so as to realize how far the flash deviates from the "zero" exposure of the scene; for normal use just the classic indicator placed under the viewfinder. The shutter bursts are customizable, so if in some cases 10fps is too much, you can lower them. Highly recommended for sport if combined with 70-200 2.8 also not stabilized that although a little soft, up to 20megapixel does not show excessive loss of resolution at TA. Really recommended. Convenient GPS for nature photography.

avatarjunior
sent on June 15, 2021

Pros: Great machine, great AF, great ergonomics, burst, silent shot

Cons: nobody

Opinion: This machine if you know what you are buying, has no cons. It has an exceptional af module, accompanied by a 10 fps burst that are entirely adequate for birdlife and nature in general. The body combined with the battery grip is very ergonomic. I took it instead of the 70D, and never chosen it was more right, af better, exceptional viewfinder, fully customizable af settings with the various scenes, burst with 3fps more than in some cases does not hurt. The younger sister is a machine that is fine as a handyman, but honestly the 7D II in my opinion must be combined with a full frame, because it is very specialized, it is a body dedicated to action. I only sold it because after buying the 5DSr I was no longer able to use anything else!

avatarjunior
sent on April 16, 2021

Pros: Shooting speed and AF tracking capacity, AF sensor coverage, 100% viewfinder cover, iso seal to be an APS-C, granite construction, right amount of pixels for an APS-C, extremely reliable exposure meter, effective spot exposure.

Cons: Exposure level indicator on the right side, missing articulated monitor.

Opinion: Purchased as a third body machine, to be combined with 5d MKIII and 6d MK II to take advantage of the multiplication factor and shooting speed, as well as AF, I was positively impressed by the solidity of the construction, the immediate feeling for the arrangement of the controls similar to 5d MK III and the good resistance to weather. In the past I have had both the 7d old and the 80d and I must say that compared to the first it has improved what was good had been achieved, while compared to the second it shows a better operating speed and a less plastic construction and despite a Dynamic Range perhaps a little less wide I would say, which digests the high ISOs better up to 3200 max. I do not agree very much with the position of the exposure level indicator placed sideways on the right of the viewfinder which is not exactly easy to read if you do not place your eye perfectly in the center. The unwinded monitor may be a miss, but 99% of the shots you take with 7d MK II do so with your eye glued to the viewfinder. Born for sports and shots from considerable distance, thanks to the multiplication factor it is a revelation in photos at close range. Satisfied with the purchase, I highly recommend it.

avatarsenior
sent on March 30, 2021

Pros: 100% viewfinder coverage. Fast and precise AF. Solid construction like a rock. Better ergonomics than the old 7D and 5D MKIII. 500 Pages of manual + manual AF. 10 frames per second. Flicker function. Double slot.

Cons: Articulated screen. Lack of Wifi. Not exciting battery life (but not a big deal). 500 Pages of manual + manual AF. He suffers from high ISOs. A few points to F8.

Opinion: When I bought the 7D MKII I wanted to compare it with the 80D to understand which one was the best. I needed a machine to use as a second body (alongside 6D) or main body for birdlife. Hand data it seems that the 7D II only has the advantage of the AF, otherwise the 80D had to be better (more AF points at F8, articulated display, new sensor, new exposure meter and above all white balance). Certainly for general use the 80D is a better choice, but for a use related to sports and photographic hunting, the greater responsiveness of the AF system, combined with a more solid body and more professional ergonomics, a 100% viewfinder, the double slot, the flicker function for indoor sports and the 10 fps make her win the challenge. However, the MKII 7D sensor is not as evil as it sounds. As a former owner of 7D OLD and 5D MKIII, I can say that it will certainly have a stop of advantage on the 7D OLD, but by raising the ISOs to have faster times, but in the presence of good light, the 7D MKII creates much more workable files, so much so that you can safely shoot at 3200 ISO, I would also risk the 4000 if the light is very good. In general the grain is much better than that of the 7D OLD. Compared to the 80D it has less than 1 stop ahead. Moreover, the best 80D performance is only evident at low ISO. The colors are great, better than the 7D OLD and also the 80D (often a bit flat). As an AF it is certainly superior to that of the 5D MKIII, with also the advantage of shooting at F8. Unfortunately, the points at F8 are really too few and not fast enough and distributed to be able to exploit them for photographic hunting. The configuration of the AF is very complex, the presets are very good, but you have to learn to know them to use them at the right times. The 500-page manual + the manual for AF, I put it in both pros and cons. Certainly having such a detailed manual makes it clear how professional this product is, but at the same time it discourages most users from reading it and partly understanding it. Even with the 90D output, this 7D II I think is always the aps-c professional machine of the house. In fact, it is still a reference as AF (that of 90D is an evolution of that of 80D). I expect the release of the MKIII 7D in the future, even though we are in the ML era, I don't think Canon misses the opportunity to take advantage of what he put on the 1DX MKIII. Like all good things you realize how much they are only after you no longer have it, in fact I do this review after selling the car, but certainly if the economies allow it in the future I will buy it back.




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