Canon Japan’s keeping most of its latest details in the dark, but the EOS 7D Mark II rumors paint a progressive picture of the latest digital camera over its predecessor.
The Canon EOS 7D Mark II has been confirmed as soon to arrive, but there’s very little information that’s available on Canon’s new digital camera. Canon has tried to do away with the leaks and photos, so the company’s limited the amount of leaks that’re available.
Despite the small leaks, here are a few things we know about the EOS 7D Mark II. First, there’ll be no built-in Wi-Fi, nor will the EOS 7D Mark II come with a touch screen (there will be an LCD cover, however). There’ll be a new autofocus system with a dual pixel autofocus feature, which will improve the photography experience. We’ve also been told that you can expect at least 12fps or higher on the EOS 7D Mark II though we know that Canon’s aiming the EOS 7D Mark II at sports and nature photographers with improved autofocus and burst shot performance.
The EOS 7D, the last EOS 7D Mark camera released, arrived with an 18MP camera. Sources say that Canon will increase the camera to 24MP (or higher) this time around, though we’ll have to wait and see how the camera measures in the final announcement. The company may also decide to combine the sensor autofocus with the phase autofocus for better detection and shots.
This is what we know about the Canon EOS 7D Mark II for now. Canon looks to make its big announcement between September 5th and 8th – making us believe that maybe the camera hidden by a rain cover wasn’t just another camera after all.