Interview With Canon About EOS 7D Mark II Development

EOS 7D Mark II posted a long interview with Canon about the development of the EOS 7D Mark II. Unfortunately (for us) the interview is in Japanese and the only way to access it is via machine translation. From the interview:

What is the difference between the EOS 70D and the EOS 7D Mark II sensor?

[…] in order to improve the high-sensitivity characteristics, we have adopted a new process in the semiconductor manufacturing process.

You can pre-order the EOS 7D Mark II and in that way help Canon Watch without paying a penny more. All pre-order links after the break.

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Hot EOS 70D Bundle w/ PIXMA PRO-100 For $799

EOS 70D Bundle

Adorama has a popular Canon EOS 70D bundle live again. You get the 70D with the PIXMA PRO-100 photo printer for just $799 after a $350 mail-in rebate (instructions here). The bundle includes:

  • Canon EOS 70D Digital SLR Camera Body
  • Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Professional Photo Inkjet Printer
  • Canon SG-201 Photo Paper Plus Semi-Gloss, 13×19″, 50 Sheets
  • Slinger Bag, Single Strap Backpack / Shoulder Bag, Black
  • Kodak 32GB Class 10 High Speed SDHC Card

Canon EOS 7D Mark II Real-World Sample Pictures (preview)

EOS 7D Mark II

Dpreview posted a set of real-world sample pictures shot with a pre-production model of the new EOS 7D Mark II.

In Germany Wex Photographie is accepting pre-orders for the EOS 7D Mark II (€1,699). The new EOS 7D Mark II can be pre-ordered also in the USA. Shipment is expected for November 2014 and orders will be shipped on a first come first serve basis:

World-wide EOS 7D Mark II pre-order links after the break

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Canon Powershot G7 X Review (and comparison to Sony’s RX100s)

Powershot G7 X
Image courtesy of  Reviewed posted their detailed review of Canon’s new Powershot G7 X, and they compare it to Sony’s RX100 and RX100 II.

As you probably know, the G7 X is strongly suspected to feature the same sensor as the RX100 cameras, so it is interesting to see how and where these cameras differ one from the other. In Reviewed’s lab tests the G7 X performed as the 2 Sony’s in most areas. The G7 X has better color reproduction and maintains more details at high ISO’s, dynamic range was about the same.

From the conclusion:

Even with Canon making the belated leap to using a 1-inch type sensor, the G7 X had its work cut out for it. While we can knock Canon for dragging its heels on the issue, the G7 X is every bit the equal of the RX100 and RX100 II at a very attractive price. Sony’s new RX100 III’s viewfinder is certainly a trump card in the “Best Point and Shoot Ever” competition, but the G7 X is a credible alternative in a part of the market that has been Sony’s territory for years […]

We think that the G7 X will be a great fit for people that are typically Canon shoppers that want a petite point-and-shoot with much higher image quality than you’ll find for less money. The Sony RX100s are hands-down better if you’re planning on capturing action, but the G7 X is a fine option for anyone else who just wants the best camera they can fit into their pocket.

The review comes with a lot of pics and covers all the details you may want from a serious review. To see more coverage of the Powershot G7 X click here.


Powershot G7 X: Amazon, B&H, Adorama, Canon USA, Digitalrev, eBay
Powershot G7 X

World-wide Powershot G7 X price check after the break 

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