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- Product InformationCapture all your special moments with the Canon EOS 7D DSLR camera that comes with EF-S IS 18-135 mm lens and cherish the memories over and over again. With 18.0 MP CMOS sensor and Digic 4 image processor, the Canon EOS 7D lets you take smooth, detailed, and high-quality images. Plus, the 19 auto focus points help this Canon 18.0 MP camera to quickly and easily focus on off-center subjects too. With a high ISO sensitivity, this DSLR camera captures clear photos even in low-light conditions. Thanks to the 3-inch LCD display on this Canon 18.0 MP camera, you can easily view photos, read menu, and compose shots. To top it all, the strong magnesium alloy construction helps this Canon 18.0 MP camera to withstand almost any condition, making it an ideal travel companion.
- Product Features
- 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
The EOS 7D offers superb resolution thanks to its 18-megapixel CMOS sensor. It offers the photographer the choice of flexibility and creativity.
- 8 frames per second
Shoot 18MP 14-bit images at 8 fps as standard, in a burst of up to 126 large JPEGs; photographers can capture both detail and action.
- 100% viewfinder coverage
The 100% coverage viewfinder with 1.0x magnification provides the most complete and natural view of your subject. The Intelligent viewfinder offers shooting information never before seen in an EOS, including the Dual Axis Electronic Level to ensure perfect horizons.
- 19-point cross-type AF system
The designed AF sensor with Zone and Spot AF modes gives the photographer ways to select AF points. All points are cross type with the center point offering both f/2.8 and f/5.6 sensors.
- DIGIC 4
Canon's Dual "DIGIC 4" provides the EOS 7D with the power to deliver outstanding color reproduction from its high resolution CMOS sensor. DIGIC 4 also delivers 14-bit processing, excellent noise reduction, long battery life, face detection AF and Full HD movie recording.
- Full HD movie recording
It has complementing outstanding still imaging capabilities with Full HD 1080 video recording including selectable frame rates and full manual control.
- Integrated speedlite transmitter
EOS 7D includes the ability to control multiple speedlites without an ST-E2 or 580EX II, and includes a built-in 15mm wide angle flash. Expand your flash photography.
- 3.0" Clear View II LCD
The 3.0" Clear View II LCD features 920,000 dot resolution, a wide viewing angle and solid structure for improved image viewing in bright conditions. Live view displays real-time images on the LCD, offering three auto focus modes.
- Magnesium alloy body with environmental protection
The magnesium alloy body offers weather sealing equivalent to the acclaimed EOS-1N, EOS integrated cleaning system and 150,000 release shutter durability. The EOS 7D has been designed from the ground up to be used by the most demanding photographers.
- 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
- Camera TypeDigital SLR
- Optical Zoom7.5x
- Digital Zoom2x
- Sensor Resolution18.0MP
- Screen Size3"
- Sensor Size14.9 x 22.3mm
- Sensor TypeCMOS
- Lens TypeZoom lens
- Lens For SDEF-S IS 18-135mm
- Focal Length Range18mm - 135mm
- Focus AdjustmentAutofocus & Manual Focus,Automatic,Manual
- Lens Filter Size67 mm
- Lens System FeaturesInternal Focusing System, UD Glass
- Auto Focus typeTTL contrast and phase detection
- Lens Construction12 group(s) / 16 element(s)
- Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera29 - 216mm
- Max Shutter Speed1/8000 sec
- Min Shutter Speed30 sec
- Exposure compensation±5 EV range, in 1/2 or 1/3 EV steps
- Exposure RangeEV 1-20 ( ISO 100 )
- Exposure MeteringCenter-Weighted,Evaluative,partial (9.4%),spot (2.3%)
- Exposure ModesAperture-Priority,Automatic,E-TTL II Program Flash,Manual,Program,Shutter-Priority
- Light Sensitivity100-12800
- Light Sensitivity Max12800
- Flash TypePop-up Flash
- Red Eye ReductionYes
- Camera Flash FeaturesAF Illuminator,Auto Flash,Flash +/- Compensation,Wireless Off-Camera Control
- Flash ModesAuto Mode,OFF mode,Rear Curtain Sync
Memory / Storage
- Supported Flash MemoryCompactFlash Card Type I,CompactFlash Card Type II,Microdrive
- Viewfinder TypeOptical,Optical (Through-the-lens)
- Optical Viewfinder TypeFixed eye-level pentaprism
- Viewfinder - Field Coverage100%
- Viewfinder Magnification1.0x
- Dioptric Correction Range-3 to +1
- Depth2.9 in.
- Height4.4 in.
- Width5.8 in.
- Weight28.9 Oz.
- Display TypeLCD
- Display RotationBuilt-in
- Screen DetailsLCD display - TFT active matrix - 3" - color
- Display Size3"
- Microphone TypeMicrophone - built-in - electret condenser - mono
- Microphone Operation ModeMono
- Connector Types1 x HDMI output,1 x USB,1 x composite video/audio output,1 x microphone,1 x remote control
- Expansion Slot1 x CompactFlash Card - type I/II
System Requirements for PC Connection
- Operating System SupportedApple Mac OS X 10.4 - 10.5,MS Windows Vista,MS Windows XP
- Battery Form FactorManufacturer specific
- Digital Video FormatH.264,QuickTime
- Still Image FormatDCF 2.0,DPOF,EXIF 2.21,JPEG,RAW,RAW + JPEG,Raw Image
- Max Video Resolution1920 x 1080
- Min Operating Temperature0 °C
- Max Operating Temperature40 °C
- Additional FeaturesAutofocus,Mini-HDMI
- Face DetectionYes
- Special EffectsFaithful,Landscape,Monochrome,Neutral,Portrait
- White BalanceAuto,Cloudy (Preset),Daylight / Sunny (Preset),Flash (Preset),Fluorescent (Preset),Manual,Shade (Preset),Tungsten (Preset)
- Continuous Shooting Speed8 frames per second
- Exterior ColorBlack
Most relevant reviews
- colettescornerOct 26, 2015by
Second 7D love it!
This is our second 7D and we love it. Easy to use. Have coupled it with a 100-400mm Canon Zoom as well as some more flexible lenses and very satisfied. Got our first 7D about 14 mos ago and so impressed we got a second so that my husband and I could get shots off at different angles. No lag, great for action/wildlife and versatile. Really like that both of our cameras are identical so that we don't have to change out lenses much and when swapping cameras there is no relearning or adjusting the brain for quick shots. Very happy.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- silas_huiJan 05, 2013by
A lovely and awesome SLR camera to me. Great value for the money ever!
I bought this camera kit for about one months and used it for 3 times shooting birds, flowers, and once in a wedding ceremony. Every time gave me a great satisfaction. I bought a Tamron 70-300mm telephoto zoom lens and it is a real good match with the Canon 7D. The features of 7D are more than enough for a layman and need much time to get familiar with them. But all buttons and switches are designed user-friendly. The only con is the body weight seems to be a little bit heavier. You will feel quite tired if you keep using it for a whole day. Anyway, I am sure the Canon 7D would give me much more fun in the future.
- vanpeltstMar 05, 2015by
I've completed my camera wishlist. Marvelous.
I read/watched previews about this camera and was sold. I was most impressed with the higher iso, dual card slots, and auto focus on the video. After a friend, who's a pro shooter, recommend shooting in raw, I have been in my element. I especially like the fact that, unlike the 5d, I can also use my Ef-s lens. I have two L series lens, 2.8 80-200mm and 4.0 17-40mm, that allow me to capture low light situations and distances, and these have worked very well for me.
- songbookbarOct 17, 2015by
It's a very good product
I'm really enjoying this camera. It's everything I needed.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- kevieneDec 11, 2012by
I recently bought a Canon 7D and boy was I excited. I was attracted to the camera because of the bright view finder, the aesthetics and the feel of the camera. I was aware of the upgraded firmware and I was impressed to know that Canon would do that for one of their older models to extend the life and improve funtionality of the camera for their customers. Just the look and feel of the camera had me all wired and excited. My excitement was however quickly converted to disappointment when I started using the camera. I was never impressed with the quality of the images. They were mostly blurry and even those that seem to be in focus, when I try to magnify them I realized they were terribly out of focus. At that point I thought the problem was me and I set out on an internet tour to find ways to improve my photograpgy. I found a few techniques and applied them but it did not make much of a difference. I then convinced myself that I needed better lens and got them. It did not make a difference either. Then I started comparing the quality of images of my older less expensive camera with the Canon 7D. I was blown away. I also thought that the Canon 7D was under-pixelated, but I was able to get sharp crisp images from my older camera that was 6 mega-pixels and was able to magnigfy them all the way and still maintain integrity of the file structure without the image falling apart. I realized then that there was something wrong. I take pictures with my iphone and analyze them on my computer the same way as the canon 7D. Again the pictures from my iphone was much better than my canon 7D. Comparing the images of the canon 7D with the Sony Nex-7 leaves the canon 7D lacking even though the Sony nex-7 was a much cheaper camera. After I have done all that I could have done with no discernable improvements, I started researching problems with Canon 7D. The expert describes this problem as "soft images" and describe the problem that I have been experiencing in more professional terms. As it turns out I was NOT the only one with this problem. I have also learned that this problem plagues several lines of Canon camera. One expert describes it as a defect in the intrinsic file structure. Others point to intrinsic focusing issues. One expert claims that he moved from a 5% unusuable images to a 90% unusuable images when he switch to the canon 7D. There was a general consensus that you get an unacceptable amount of unusuable images with the canon 7D. I also learn that this problem has been going on since 2008. There are many, very disappointed canon users out there. This is compounded by the fact that Canon does not publicly admit to this problem. They have accepted return on the camera but has either returned it back to the customer with the same problem or switch it out for another with the same problem. If they were able to fix any of these problems, I was either unable to find anyone on the internet who claimed that they had the problem resolved or no one bother to blog about it. However, there were also folks that had the same problems in the Canon Mark II. Some report that the autofocus problem has much improved in tha new Canon mark III while others still complain that the image is still soft. Here is an online petition that brings many of these problem into focus: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/canon7dautofocus/signatures/page/7 You can read and decide for yourself I returned mine to the seller. Read full review
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