I purchased this camera twice. The first time I bought a refurbished copy from my local store in 2013, I had the camera for 6 months and found that the AF was wonky. I calibrated all my lenses (by FoCal) right after I bought the camera (along with a used 135L). In reviewing the 135L, I found I wasn't getting consistently in focus shots, so I returned the 135L. About 2 months later (I had gotten busy with work), I went out with the camera around Seattle, and subsequently found that only ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Canon EOS 7D
I've had this camera and find it to be a true workhorse. Images are stunning,and once you learn how to set it up,focusing is a breeze. I just brought it to Canon in Irvine and they told me it was time for a new mirror and shutter....after 450,000 + shots! I hope it's replacement is as durable. Greg S.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I had a pair of 7Ds. Had to return the first set because of focus was all over the place. Second set was acceptable (barely) with focus but results were still inconsistent. Hi ISO image quality, dynamic range, and noise were horrendous. I think this camera pushed video capabilities at the expense of still image quality. I finally dumped Canon because of my experience with the 7D, sold both bodies and most of my EOS lenses, and went mirrorless with Fuji.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I have owned it for 4 years and it has gone through a lot rain/sand/high temps and still works fine, noice 100% viewfinder ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Image quality is great but does show it's age compared to other, more recent DSLRS. The grip is good and I do like it's incredible AF. The only problem is that a lot of dust has built up in some areas of the camera (impossible to clean) and does tend to bug me.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I got this Dslr during my visit to Taipei in 2010 and since then it has been a replacement for Nikon D7000 and it stood strong on many occasions i have used it for sports,landscape,wild life and portrait photography and it never let me down the usage of this camera is awesome handling is a just fabulous image quality is stunningView review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I have been a user and owner of the Canon 7D since its release in 2009. I love it. Its a shame that it will be discontinued or merge on to like an 8D. Canon had the right idea with the 7D. After reading manuals viewing video tutorials especially with the instructor Ben Long, I find the 7D to be the little brother of the 5D. But at a budget price. The interfaces of both seem identical except the 5 D having more features. Now with the introduction of the 70D I see on the dial they did with the ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
great cameras...i have using this Canon 7D through the lake *fell into the lake with canon 28-105 f3.5-4.5* after keep it inside the Drybox..its back to action after 1 day of full treatment inside Drybox....hv been into heavy rain to take Landslide on the hills....i also brings my 7D to the waterfalls taking some Picture there..but still working great... the fast FPS and responsive AF makes Sport Photography easy..weather sealing make this 7D more usable on any weather while taking Sports ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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