The Canon 7D is a competitor to the Nikon D300s that is on equal or better footing in almost every respect. Canon gets big kudos for just about every spec on this camera – from the new AF system (with a couple exceptions) to the number of video capture options. As a video camera, the 7D is a powerful tool for aspiring film makers that is available at a ridiculously low price of admission given the quality that it is capable of.
As a still camera, the 7D produces solid high-resolution images that will satisfy most pixel peepers, budding amateurs and many pro photographers. If you’re a pro on a budget, you could do a lot worse than add a 7D to your kit. While the 7D is not the best thing since sliced bread and it’s image quality doesn’t challenge the 5D Mark II, it’s a big step in the right direction. The Canon 7D gets an easy recommendation from me.
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