September 24, 2014
Canon Latin America introduces the EOS 7D Mark II Digital SRL Camera, incorporating high-quality, professional features into affordable DSLR equipment. Continuing the legacy of the EOS 7D camera, this new EOS model offers a range of “new to the EOS line” features such as a Dual DIGIC 6 Image Processor for excellent image quality and fast shooting of up to 10 frames per second (fps), as well as Canon’s first 65-point cross-type autofocus (AF) system for more compositional freedom and fast, accurate focus. It’s great for shots at indoor activities like sporting events, concerts, or weddings; the camera’s impressive ability to take shots in low light conditions, plus high-speed shots of up to 10 fps, allows you to capture the entire sequence of a goal score, a bird flight or wildlife with exceptional quality. In addition, the EOS 7D Mark II is the second EOS DSLR camera to feature the innovative Dual Pixel CMOS AF system for fast and accurate focus in still photography and video.
“With more processing power than any other EOS camera available today, the highly anticipated EOS 7D Mark II camera boasts everything professional photographers have come to expect from Canon DSLR devices and more,” said Kenji Kobayashi, President of Canon Latin America. Inc. “In addition, we recognize that for some, creative expression may go beyond photography, and so we also support this creative passion with innovative new Full HD video capabilities such as second generation Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology in the EOS 7D Mark II camera ”.
Constructed from a tough magnesium alloy, the camera body includes Canon’s newly manufactured 20.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and Dual DIGIC 6 Image Processor, with enhanced dust protection and weather resistance. . Ideal for shooting in difficult lighting conditions ranging from indoor sports activities to low-light weddings, the camera includes a standard ISO range of 100 to 16000 for stills and videos (expandable to ISO 51,600). New 65-point cross-type AF system with EV-3 sensitivity at the center point helps to achieve sharp focus in photos, even in extreme low-light conditions, for shooting subjects when visibility of details is limited . The EOS 7D Mark II camera also features an enhanced version of Canon’s EOS iTR (Intelligent Tracking and Recognition) AF, originally featured on the EOS-1D X DSLR camera, with which the camera can recognize the faces of subjects and detect color using the new AE system, and you can track subjects with 65-point AF.
EOS’s enhanced Scene Detection system, built into the camera, features a new 150,000-pixel RGB + iR 252-zone metering sensor for increased accuracy. Wide coverage 65-point AF, combined with EOS iTR and adjustable high-speed continuous burst shooting up to 10 fps, allow you to easily track and capture moving subjects virtually anywhere in the frame, such as flying birds or running athletes . An innovative AF Area Selection Lever positioned around the multi-controller on the back of the camera makes it easy for photographers to switch between the seven AF Point Selection modes without taking the eye away from the viewfinder.
The camera’s 10fps buffer capacity enables continuous shooting of up to 31 RAW images or 1,090 large / fine JPEG images[i]. Built to last, this camera also features a shutter that lasts up to 200,000 cycles, roughly thirty-three percent longer than the original EOS 7D camera. A newly developed mirror mechanism uses motorized control to help reduce shock and improve camera performance during continuous high-speed shooting. In addition to adjustable high- and low-speed continuous shooting modes, single-frame shooting, and two self-timer settings, the EOS 7D Mark II camera also has silent control modes for single-frame shots and single-frame shots. Continuous Quiet settings allow for discreet camera operation in locations where this is necessary.
The EOS 7D Mark II camera’s advanced AE system can detect intermittent light sources such as sodium vapor lamps often used in gyms and indoor swimming pools. When this system is enabled, the shutter release timing is automatically adjusted to help reduce the differences between exposure and color, especially during continuous shooting.
The EOS 7D Mark II Digital SRL camera offers a host of creative controls to take advantage of the features and functions of the EOS 5D Mark III and EOS-1D X professional digital cameras. The new camera’s AI Servo AF III autofocus algorithm is similar to that of the EOS-1D X camera in that the tracking parameters (tracking sensitivity, acceleration / deceleration tracking, and automatic AF point switching) can be easily customized for specific shooting situations, using the same type of camera. AF setup menu. This capability makes it easy for EOS 7D Mark II camera users to match AI Servo AF settings when used in conjunction with the EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III cameras, while also providing a high level of performance at a affordable price.
The EOS 7D Mark II camera also offers the same level of High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Multiple Exposure (ME) functionality that the EOS 5D Mark III camera originally offered. HDR mode includes five HDR functions for shooting and allows users to save all raw images in addition to the composite HDR image. Similarly, the Multiple Exposure mode provides four compositing methods and also allows users to save individual raw images.
Photographers and cinematographers will love the improved custom controls including a built-in “intervalometer” and bulb timer, which are also the first to be included on the EOS DSLR, to enable time-lapse and time-lapse image capture. prolonged exposure time. These features are ideal for recording fireworks, star trails, sunrises, and more.
In addition to the optional settings for peripheral illumination correction and chromatic aberration correction, included in other advanced EOS models, the EOS 7D Mark II camera includes, for the first time, distortion correction that works with most of the the EF and EF-S lenses to further enhance image quality while recording video and JPEG images on the camera itself. The My Menu feature has also been enhanced with the ability to store more user-selected settings in five additional options.
A new and improved Smart Viewfinder offers approximately one hundred percent of the field of view, while adding the ability to overlay a customizable selection of data from camera settings, such as dual mode electronic level display, grid, exposure mode. , white balance mode and AF mode. A bright 3-inch Clear View II LCD (approximately 1,040,000 dots) displays information and menus clearly on the back of the camera, even in bright sunlight. The EOS 7D Mark II camera is compatible with interchangeable focusing screens that include the Eh-A standard, as well as the super-precision matte Eh-S, for use during manual focusing with large-aperture lenses.
A built-in GPS receiver provides a digital compass and can record location information, including longitude, latitude, elevation, camera direction, and coordinated universal time (UTC) as EXIF data to add geolocation information to image files. and videos in real time. The built-in pop-up flash is suitable for many applications and can also function as an optical controller with compatible EX Series Speedlites for professional-quality enhanced lighting effects.
The EOS 7D Mark II camera has two SD / SDHC / SDXC and CF memory card slots, including ultra-fast SD cards (UHS-1). Data transfer speeds from the camera to the personal computer have been improved with the addition of a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port.
The EOS 7D Mark II camera gives users the ability to record 1080p Full HD video or 720p to 60p High Definition (HD) video to enable full resolution slow motion capture in codecs. ALL-I or IPB with an optional embedded time code, which exceeds the specifications of other current EOS cameras. Users can also choose between .MOV and .MP4 recording formats for maximum flexibility. The EOS 7D Mark II camera’s mini HDMI port can be used to record uncompressed Full HD video to external recorders.
Lenses with Canon’s STM system, such as the EF-S 18-135mm f / 3.5-5.6 IS STM lens, significantly reduce focus motor noise so that the EOS 7D Mark II camera’s built-in microphone can capture clearly the audio of the scene being recorded without picking up unwanted noise from the lens. The EOS 7D Mark II camera also has a stereo microphone port and stereo audio outputs through the camera’s mini HDMI port. The EOS 7D Mark II SLR digital camera comes equipped with a headphone jack to monitor audio in real time, as well as a silent control feature so users can adjust audio levels during recordings. Other built-in ports include a PC connector for external flash drives and an N3 connector for dedicated Canon wired remote control accessories.[v]. A cable protector is included to increase security when using the USB 3.0 and mini HDMI ports.
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