There is a limited-time deal this week (through Aug. 31) on the Canon 6D and 7D Mark II when bundled with the Canon PIXMA PRO-100 printer. With these deals, you can get the Canon 6D for as low as $1199 after rebates or the 7D Mark II for as low as $1249 after rebates. You can find all of the kits and deals here at B&H Photo.
The W-E1 slides into the camera’s SD card slot and gives the 7D Mark II WiFi capability for transferring images and using the Canon Camera Connect App for remote capture. [Read more…]
Canon recently released the above new promo video for the Canon 7D Mark II. I think it’s a fantastic all-around camera and I’m actually considering buying one for myself.
Am I the only one that thinks the impact of Canon’s promo videos are overly stale? I just cringe watching some of these videos whenever a new camera comes out.
Or, are these video really getting people excited about the cameras and actually moving product for Canon?
Kai from DigitalRev is back with another over-the-top camera review. This time he pits the Nikon D7200, Canon 7D Mark II and Canon 70D against each other with an ultimate test (… I use that term loosely) in AF performance by pitting three shooters against each other in a very unique photography challenge.
The Canon 7D Mark II is going to sit on the APS-C throne for Canon over next few years. It has been a hot topic of discussion since it was first announced and initial impressions of the camera have been very positive.
I have used the camera for a couple of months and have been very impressed with most aspects of the camera. While there is no one feature that is a “Wow!” factor when you look at the Canon 7D Mark II’s spec sheet, all of the little things start to add up for a solid-performing camera born from the pedigree of the original Canon 7D. [Read more…]
One of the great new features on the Canon 7D Mark II is the ability to shoot timelapse photos without the need for the overpriced Canon TC-80N3, which was required on prior Canon pro and prosumer DSLRs if you wanted to shoot in interval mode.
However, when the Canon 7D Mark II was initially announced, there was some confusion about its timelapse capabilities because some of the initial specs and documentation referenced that it could be programmed to capture photos in intervals between 1 and 99 images. That would suck and be pretty much a pointless feature since a second of video footage from a timelapse would contain at least 24 images (e.g., 1080p video at 24fps). [Read more…]