The 7D line of APS-C DSLRs from Canon were some of the most popular the company ever made, bringing many of the features and capabilities from higher-level full frame cameras like the 5D and 1D series to far more affordable cameras. Now in the mirrorless age, the EOS R7 has picked up that torch and brought along a modernization of the body with a range of upgrades. This excellent video review takes a look at the camera after six months of usage and if it holds up to the needs of professional photographers.
Coming to you from Brent Hall, this great video review takes a look at the Canon EOS R7 mirrorless camera after six months of usage. With a high burst rate and advanced autofocus, the EOS R7 looks like an idea option for many users. In particular, wildlife, bird, and sports photographers often appreciate those capabilities in tandem with an APS-C sensor, the crop factor of which allows for better reach without having to resort to purchasing another highly priced lens. The downside to the smaller sensor is the reduced high-ISO performance, but the modern sensor in the EOS R7 certainly performs better than those in the original 7D and 7D Mark II. It also makes a great backup body to many full frame options. Check out the video above for Hall’s full thoughts on the EOS R7 after half a year of usage.