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Canon EOS7DMarkII was unveiled in September 2014. It is equipped with a 20.2 megapixel APS-C frame sensor and supports full-pixel dual-core focusing. It is equipped with two DIGIC6 image processors. Able to achieve a continuous shooting speed of 10 frames per second, this machine was announced to be discontinued in 18 years, and information about its successor is not yet clear. Earlier this year, foreign media exposed the rumors of Canon EOSR7, which is said to be the successor to the 7D series. Recently, Canon’s US official website seems to have officially announced the existence of EOS7DMarkIII.
Canon US page
This page introduces the models that support “CleanHDMIout” in the Canon body. The latest update date is April 6, 2020. You can see the EOS7DMarkIII model in the model list . In 18 years, there were related rumors about EOS7DMarkIII, let’s also briefly review it
The picture shows Canon EOS7DMarkII
The new sensor technology, the pixel is around 24 million
supports 4K video
Higher dynamic range
Better ISO performance
Flip touch screen
Full pixel Dual-core focus
More powerful video function
Editor’s point of view
Now that mirrorless is popular, the launch of SLR is indeed true It takes a bit of courage, especially the EOSR5 that was officially announced earlier is already very amazing in terms of parameters. If it is really not a problem such as clerical errors, then what is the highlight of 7DMarkIII?
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