Canon set a new reference standard with the Canon EOS R5, overheating drama included. Here…
Ken Rockwell’s EOS 7D Mark II review. He says that the EOS 7D Mark II performance is as good as last years full-frame cams.
About the comparison with Nikon’s D7100:
The Nikon D7100 is a primitive thing by comparison.
Unless face-recognition autofocus is important to you, everything else about the 7D Mk II just feels better and faster.
The D7100 feels like a consumer camera, while the 7D Mk II doesn’t feel any different than Canon’s top EOS 5D Mark III.
About the EOS 7D Mark II:
[…] for sports and action in any light, the 7D Mk II can be beat only in some ways by the $6,800 Canon EOS-1D X and Nikon D4S — and the 7D Mk II lets us auto focus on more of the frame than either of those pro beasts. Is Canon kidding? The 1D X only has AF sensors in the middle of its frame!
Want to know more about the game changing EOS 7D Mark II? Read about the EOS 7D Mark II’s excellent weather sealing, the highly advanced AF, and the industry leading high ISO performance (have a look here too). All our coverage on the EOS 7D Mark II can be seen here (and there is a lot).[via Ken Rockwell]