Canon’s new DSLR camera is here for $1,799. The EOS 7D Mark II SLR Camera is now available for pre-order but won’t see an official release until the end of November.
The Canon EOS 7D Mark II has been rumored for some time, but Canon has finally made its announcement about its latest DSLR camera.
The new camera features a 3-inch Clear View II LCD screen, a departure from the touch screen of Canon cameras that came before it, with a Full HD screen resolution that’ll make images sharper and crisper than before. The new Canon EOS 7D Mark II also features a metal alloy body that is both water and dust-resistant, ensuring that your new Canon camera will brace the elements.
We’d heard earlier that the new EOS 7D Mark II camera would possibly have a 24MP camera, but it looks as if Canon decided to remain conservative on its camera with a 20.2MP camera that’s a bump up from the former 18MP, but isn’t quite the camera bump we were expecting. The ISO 100-16000 range should provide an improved noise reduction so that your photos are more appealing than they’ve ever been.
Six dual DIGIC 6 image processors, a 65-point, cross-type autofocus, Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus, a built-in GPS receiver, 100% field of view Intelligent Viewfinder II, 10fps continuous shooting, and an EOS Scene Detection System with improved pixel precision should enhance your already-excellent images.
The Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR camera is now available for pre-order and costs $1,799 and can be pre-ordered from B&H Photo, Adorama, Amazon, and Camera Canada. Camera Canada will allow you to lease the new EOS 7D Mark II camera for $65.70 monthly, and Amazon says that Canon’s latest will be released on November 28. You may want to wait until then and pick it up for a Christmas gift, but early adopters can go ahead and pick one up.