Canon has taken off the covers on the much rumored EOS 7D Mark II, a weather-resistant DSLR with a new 20.2-megapixel APS-C sensor and Dual DIGIC 6 (that’s two) processors. It can shoot 10 frames per second and the larger buffer lets you capture up to 1,000 shots. This update of the older EOS 7D has native ISO range is 100-16,000 with a maximum of 51,200, making it much more competitive with arch-rivals Nikon and Sony.
The highlight features of this camera are the improved 65-point autofocus system and Dual Pixel AF for focusing while recording video. Video quality has also improved at 1080/60p. Canon has also added two memory card slots: SD and Compact Flash.
Click here to read more about the new EOS 7D Mark II, and other new Canon cameras and lenses announced at Photokina 2014.
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