Canon 7D Mark III Preview

Everyone has been waiting for a while now a new, higher performant camera from Canon. Even though it’s just a rumor, we can still hope that the new generation of 7D series camera is going to come with improved DPAF sensor and a upgraded video 4K video mode.

In case you don’t know, we only have at the moment the EOS 7D Mark II which isn’t bad at all either. With a 20.2 MP and an APS-C CMOS sensor, the Eos 7D Mark II comes with sensor dual DIGIC 6 Image Processors and an LCD monitor Full HD. You also get 1080p/60 video and movie servo AF.

The technical info on the EOS 7DMark II also includes a 10fps shooting speed at full resolution, a built-in GPS receiver and digital compass. As for the body, it’s impossible not to appreciate the magnesium alloy body and overall build.

What we do know at the moment is that Canon 7D Mark II is going to come with more video features and the most expected part is the 4 K recording. This feature alone makes the Canon 7 D Mark II the first APS-C Canon camera of its kind.

We do have detailed specification list for the Canon EOS 7 D Mark III that we should expect to see somewhere in the first half of 2018, even though this isn’t official quite yet.

The Canon EOS 7D Mark II is coming with a 30MP sensor and a 4K video. Its speed is going to be 12fps and it doesn’t come with an AA filter. It seems it has a 1DXMark II focusing and a tilting touch screen.

As it’s a new gadget, it comes with built-in Wi-Fi and a CFast/SD.

Some already think of the downsides and the no AA filter, for instance, is a big issues for any birders.

The 30mp may be also as issue, as it’s quite high for an APS-C sensor, but yet again we don’t know how Canon handled the strides in lowering noise.

Considering its value, we do expect the price to be a bit high, somewhere around $2000.