Canon’s 7D line of APS-C DSLRs were a massive hit for the company, as they borrowed many of the advanced features and capabilities of powerful full frame cameras like the 1D series and put them in far more affordable bodies that were accessible to a much wider audience. The Canon EOS R7 has continued that philosophy in the mirrorless age, and it offers photographers some incredible features for the price. This great video review takes a look at the camera after a year of usage and discusses whether its combination of performance and image quality make it the right choice for you.
Coming to you from Jan Wegener, this in-depth video review takes a look at the Canon EOS R7 mirrorless camera after a year of usage. While not perfect, the EOS R7 checks a lot of boxes for demanding photographers, particularly with its high continuous burst rate and advanced autofocus system. And while that APS-C sensor can be a drawback when compared to full frame, it can actually be a boon in certain situations (particularly bird, wildlife, and sports photography), where that crop factor gives the photographer some extra reach without having to shell out for another expensive supertelephoto lens. It certainly makes for a great primary or backup body for many applications, particularly if you are already invested in the Canon ecosystem. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Wegener.
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