If Canon had lossy RAW compression, a crusade would already on its way...
User9362470513: Whenever someone asks me what camera to buy, I say the same thing: get what feels comfortable in your hand. All cameras take great photos in just about any light. Some manufacturers offer better lens ranges (I recently moved to the Nikon D750 from Canon and love their 1.8 range of primes), so if you want lots of lenses, that is a consideration. But overall, choose which body size and shape you want and go from there.
Oh, and then it is imperative that you complain and whine and bitch about every other camera brand and get really defensive about your choice of camera and lenses at every opportunity because the world of digital photography is marginally more grown up than primary school.
Yeah nice, but there is just a little more to that
It seems like you moved much faster with the Nikon and even faster with the Canon. Maybe for that reason there was no footage of you moving the Sony camera in and out.
You are also testing the AF drive speed of the lens and not the AF ability of the camera.
This latest test seems a bit ridiculous. This Sony camera seems like a great choice for many, including the cats 'n kids and landscape shooter as long as you dont need un-neutered raw support or an overly strong body (or god forbid, prefer optical viewfinder).
But you are trying a bit too hard with those latest "tests"
justmeMN: This camera can't be any good because it (gasp!) has a mirror and (double gasp!) is made by Canon. :-)
and *gasp* no swivel screen and no wifi!
utpalsaha: We want Mirror-less, Canon !
Speak for yourself ...
tampadave: She lost me at "puke."
it was pretty funny. I have never noticed that with 7D colors though
Joe Mayer: All I can say is it's a good thing Canon didn't ask her to review the 7D. No one would have purchased one. "Puke" and loud shutter? How about a personal hands-on from a working pro who used to use a 7D and find out what if anything they find improved on the mk2?
I think a loud shutter is a real problem in a footbal stadium ....
shutterbud: This is a beautifully-made camera with wonderful AF, good ergonomics and a sensor waay behind the times- an APS-C flagship from the biggest gun struggling to compete with u4/3 in IQ? Come on! The fact is, many photographers do NOT shoot BIF or F1 cars and for them, this camera is too compromised, despite the loveliness. The benefits from Canon's back-catalogue of parts do nothing to improve many shots. I like the idea of this camera and IQ is 'good enough', but I would never spend so much money on something so big that I know will give me inferior IQ in most circumstances to a Nikon D5300. A GH4, XT1 or A7 offer far more benefits to more photographers than this "Second Flagship". I've said it before and I'll say it again. It is a real shame Canon didn't use a Sony sensor. If they had used the D7000 sensor, this would be King of the Crop. Sadly, it merely confirms what many have suspected for a long time. Canon tech is not improving. This is bizarre
I'd rather have the 7DII anyday over a A77II, so thats why I am getting the 7DII and you have an A77II.
Just be happy with your camera
its .. its almost as if someone who doesnt need a super fast sports camera .... SHOULDNT GET A FAST SPORTS CAMERA!!!!
My forehead is sore from all the face palming after reading those comments here.
The other thing is that it is possible to own more than one camera ....
Anastigmat: It would be good if they put the same features in their 5D and 6D, but Canon is forcing users to choose state of the art autofocus and high frame rates or a full frame sensor. Of course you can have both if you buy a 1D-X, but only if you are willing to spend the money.
Canon is such a ridiculous company !!!!
They are forcing us to chose one camera of their line up that has one camera for everything.
Newsflash: 5DIII and 7DII AF are very similar andif thats not enough, get a 1DX.
Oh and how dare Canon to make the top model camera that has all features to be more expensive??? HOW DARE THEY????
Bill T.: Looking at these admittedly beta jpegs, I see the wisdom of Nikon not allowing pre-release images to be published. My cell phone is not far behind in quality.
@ Bill T.
I think the only thing I want to see is noise performance of the 7DII, for which the lens and photos hardly matter.
The Sony aficionados want to see DR. You can see that too in those photos.
plasnu: These are joke, right? What happened to the highlight? Not different from the images from $200 EOSM on Ebay.
clearly, the EOSM is a better camera. I will cancel my 7DII order and get an EOSM instead.
Donnie G: The Canon 7D MKII, like the 1D X and 5D MKIII, is a professional's camera that is so good at what it does that it only needs to be refreshed every 4 or 5 years in order to remain at the head of its class. That Canon was able to update the camera in significant ways without raising its price is just more proof of how serious they are about supporting their highly valued prosumer clients. Canon's competition can only dream of having an APS-C based product as valuable as the 7D MKII. Great job Canon!
"By keeping the 7D price the same as it was 5 years ago, Canon has in effect raised its price."
wut? Due to inflation it could be higher and still be equivalent
Anastigmat: The Nikon D7100 is about $800 cheaper than the 7DMKII. That is a lot of money to pay for an additional 4 frames per second. The Nikon D750 is $500 more than the 7DMKII, but it has a full frame sensor. The 7DMKII faces some stiff competition.
Great that its cheaper but what does that do for me if I want 7DII features?
are you sure you are not opening embedded jpgs?
MAubrey: You know...traditionally in headline writing, if there's a question the answer is invariably know. So the question is: are you communicating the right thing or the wrong thing?
Meh. Whats next? Think for ourselves???
got it. a little better then
This and a few pics:
Five years is a long time in the camera world, but that's how long Canon's EOS 7D was on the market - buoyed by a midlife firmware update that until recently had kept it impressively competitive against APS-C offerings from other manufacturers.
Canon has not been idle in the past few years, it seems, and the new EOS 7D Mark II is a huge upgrade over the original 7D, offering improvements to every aspect of its feature set. We got access to a pre-production sample recently - click through our slideshow for a hands-on product tour."
You mean the two paragraphs of nothing?
I think the posts of people demanding touchscreen via firmware update are more informative ...
By looking at a few pictures of the camera? Dude, really?