Canon 7D Mark II as Low-End Full Frame Camera? 70D Coming as APS-C Flagship?

by on June 19, 2012

in Canon

Canon 7D

After the leaky Nikon D600 made its recent waves, rumors of the next generation of the Canon 7D emerged as its potential as a full-frame shooter on the lower end of Canon’s arsenal.

Additional rumors suggest that a Canon 70D would serve as a replacement for both the existing 60D and 7D APS-C models – thus making the 70D the top tier APS-C camera from Canon.

No other specs seem to have emerged in the rumor mill thus far.  Both cameras are rumored for an announcement around Photokina 2012 in September.

[via Canon Watch]




1 Rob @ Atlanta Real Estate June 22, 2012 at 9:22 am

Very interesting on the 7D full fame rumor.

I would be interested in that. I’m still back on the original 5D…and it still takes incredible pics.

2 Mukund K June 22, 2012 at 1:51 pm

I would rally like to have this D 7 – II FX but hope to get without video – only Stills 21 mpx with good burst like D700 and with built in flash

3 Stephen M June 24, 2012 at 2:53 pm

I think you’re mixing brands. FX refers to Nikon full frames, and it’s 7D. Not D7.

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