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Canon EOS 7D Black 18MP Digital SLR Camera, (Body Only), 3" LCD, 1080p HD Movie, Magnesium Body

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Canon EOS 7D Black 18MP Digital SLR Camera, (Body Only), 3" LCD, 1080p HD Movie, Magnesium Body
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Made to be the tool of choice for serious photographers and semi-professionals, the Canon EOS 7D 18MP Digital SLR Camera (Body Only), 3" LCD, features an all-new 18-megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor and dual DIGIC 4 Image processors. The Canon EOS 7D Black SLR Digital Camera (Magnesium Body) can capture tremendous images at up to ISO 12800 and at speeds of up to 8 fps. This Canon Digital Camera (Body Only) is compatible with more than 60 EF and EF-S lenses, as well as with EOS System accessories

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Made to be the tool of choice for serious photographers and semi-professionals, the Canon EOS 7D 18MP Digital SLR Camera (Body Only), 3" LCD, features an all-new 18-megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor and dual DIGIC 4 Image processors. The Canon EOS 7D Black SLR Digital Camera (Magnesium Body) can capture tremendous images at up to ISO 12800 and at speeds of up to 8 fps. This Canon Digital Camera (Body Only) is compatible with more than 60 EF and EF-S lenses, as well as with EOS System accessories

Canon EOS 7D Digital SLR Body:

  • Magnesium body - Canon EOS 7D Black SLR Digital Camera
  • 3" diagonal ClearView II LCD screen
  • ISO 100-6400 (expandable to 12,800) for shooting from bright to dim light.
  • 8 fps continuous shooting up to 126 large/JPEGs with UDMA CF card (not included) or 15 RAW
  • Advanced movie mode with manual exposure control and selectable frame rates: 1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 24p (23.976) / 25p, 1280 x 720 (HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p, 640 x 480 (SD): 60p (59.94) / 50p
  • Intelligent Viewfinder with approximately 100-percent field of view, wide viewing angle of 29.4°, high magnification of 1.0, intelligent viewfinder with glass pentaprism and an overlaid LCD display to support various shooting styles
  • The Canon EOS 7D Black SLR Digital Camera (Magnesium Body) features a new 19-point, all cross-type AF system equipped with dual diagonal cross-type sensors in center at f/2.8 and f/5.6 and AF area selection modes to match various shooting situations
  • iFCL metering with 63 zone dual-layer metering sensor that utilizes AF and color information for optimizing exposure and image quality
  • Face detection Live mode
  • EOS movie mode in full HD
  • Shutter durability up to 150,000 cycles
  • 27 custom functions
  • Dust- and weather-resistant
  • USB 2.0 interface
  • HDMI output


Self-Timer Delay: 10 sec, 2 sec
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Color: Black
Exposure Modes: Evaluative, spot (2.3%), center-weighted, partial (9.4%) ,  Program, automatic, manual, aperture-priority, shutter-priority, E-TTL II program flash
Optical Zoom: 4x
Display Technology: Display brightness control
Resolution: 920,000 pixels
Memory Card Type: CompactFlash, Microdrive ,  CompactFlash Card
Absorbency: Weatherproof, dust resistant
Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080 ,  920000 Pixel
Contained Battery Type: Canon LP-E6
Connector Type: 1 x composite video/audio output ? 1 x USB ? 1 x HDMI output ? 1 x remote control ? 1 x microphone
Battery Life: 1000 Shot
Minimum Shutter Speed: 30 sec
Model: 7D body only
Number of Megapixels: 14MP & Up
Screen Size: 3"
Brand: Canon
Flash Type: Pop-up Flash
Maximum Shutter Speed: 1/8000 sec
Focus Type: TTL contrast and phase detection
Has Flash: Y
Compatible Devices: CompactFlash
Manufacturer Part Number: 3814B004
Accessories Included: Eyepiece cover, battery charger, body cap, neck strap, USB cable, eyecup, audio / video cable
Sensor Resolution: 18.0 Megapixel
Contains Batteries: Y
Features: AF illuminator, flash +/- compensation, wireless off-camera control ,  RGB primary color filter, auto power save, digital noise reduction, date/time stamp, depth-of-field preview button, digital image rotation, camera orientation detection, histogram display, AE lock, AF lock, FE lock, LCD live view mode, highlight point display, in-camera movie editing, Light Source detection AF, Dust Delete Data system, Auto Lighting Optimizer, automatic display brightness adjustment, peripheral illumination correction, 1080p Full HD movie recording ,  1920 x 1080 - 30 fps ? 1920 x 1080 - 25 fps ? 1920 x 1080 - 24 fps ? 1280 x 720 - 60 fps ? 1280 x 720 - 50 fps ? 640 x 480 - 60 fps ? 640 x 480 - 50 fps ,  Yes ,  EOS Integrated Cleaning System, Anti-Dust coating ,  1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included ) ,  Face Detection ,  Image Stabilization
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 2.90 x 5.80 x 4.40 Inches

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Customer review by ATL Firestarter

5.0 stars 9/15/2016 by ATL Firestarter
by ATL Firestarter

Had the EOS 7D for 4 years and loved it. The camera met and exceeded all of my expectations on every level. In studio or in the field this camera hits the mark. I recently went to Washington DC to shoot architecture and fell in love with the camera all over again. Decided to shoot everything in live view and every shot was perfect. Unfortunately, my camera and all of my lenses were recently stolen so I am starting over. My awesome wife got me started again by suprising me with a new EOS 6D. Starting a new chapter now but I will always miss my first Canon. If you are thinking about this camera don't hesitate on the purchase. The pros outweigh the cons 10 fold.

ATL Firestarter
Atlanta, GA, United States
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Canon 7D

Customer review by wildlifedigicam

4.0 stars 2/3/2015 by wildlifedigicam
by wildlifedigicam

I shot another brand forever. I was tired of the poor pictures on the sidelines of the high school football games. A Canon seemed to be a favorite of the photographers around me. I read that the 7D was the best choice in the mid price range to accomplish this task. I purchased the 7D. I soon found out that the kit lenses did not work for me on the sidelines. I invested in a faster f2.8 lens. After a year of shooting Friday night football with this new set up, I found that even though I was getting some ok pictures, most of them were very grainy or noisy under the poor lighting conditions at most high schools.. I still did not have the equipment to get quality shots at low light sports action. This prevented me from getting a part time job shooting sports for a website. The 7D is an excellent overall camera, but don't expect to get quality pictures at low light fast action sporting events. I am looking at the newer Canon 7D Mark ll. It just might be what I need to reach my goals.

Bay Area, California
Solid camera, but won't work for me

Customer review by An anonymous customer

3.0 stars 5/29/2010 by An anonymous customer
by An anonymous customer

I purchased one of these about 3 weeks ago and was not at all pleased with the metering inconsistancy in brightly lit scenes. So I returned it, got another and well...same problem. If you're just taking snapshots or family photos the camera is fantastic. It also works well in shaded scenes. But I sell thousands of pictures of kids playing youth sports. I didn't need a portrait 5D Mark II is perfect for that. I replaced my 40D simply looking for a little better performance in low light, but mostly for the extra FPS rate. The meter is terribly inconsistent in bright scenes.. I'm now going to end up replacing the 7D with a 50D. Wishing I hadn't sold my 40D already, but I've never experienced anything like this before. Normally a new product out erforms the old one. This one does, in most instances, but too many shots are unusable. I guess I should just suck it up and move up into the 1D Mark IV. You guys have got some work to do with that new metering system of yours.

An anonymous customer
Would recommend to a friend? No
Great new features

Customer review by jundel75

3.0 stars 12/9/2009 by jundel75
by jundel75

I purchased the canon 7D as an upgrade from my 50D. I glad the put all the necessary features that makes it easy to use.the camera have a great design and feel.So far the issues I encountered might help others to check their 7D if they have the same issues with mine.I bought the 7D last week and i encounter some problems with the liveView mode on manual setting in certain light conditions.I can see 3 faded brown lines or shadows across the LCD while at video also moves from the bottom up.So i went back to the store and have it replaced. Now i have a new 7D on my hands and tested it on the same conditions i had before and guess what?! it happen again. Is this a batch problem with canon?i dont know? still trying to get some answers if this is a defective camera or what.I would still get this 7D.I want canon to resolve this issues. it also can be seen on myplayback,so I'm assuming it's the sensor.Somehow the flouriscent light in my room affects the sensor in manual setting in video mode.

Jamaica,New York
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Quality Build and Images

Customer review by sierra-life

5.0 stars 10/16/2010 by sierra-life
by sierra-life

I had been running into more and more situations where clients had been yearning for slightly higher image output resolution than I was able to produce with my 40D. I was on the fence between the 7d and 5d but the 5d would have been an extra stretch financially at the moment. The biggest mental hurdle to jump with the 7d were the multitude of reviews I had read reaming the camera for soft images (possibly by other camera company employees?). I have all "L" glass and when combined with the 7d's ability to micro-adjust each lens specifically the result is tack sharp images. <br> <br> While I was making up my mind on updating to the 7d or 5d a client actually rented me a 1ds MKIII for a weekend shoot for some outdoor images they needed. I have a hunch I will really like the 5d as my next upgrade, but I actually enjoy shooting my 7d more than the I did the 1ds MKIII. Didn't have much time to get the 1ds dialed in, but I thought the images were a little too warm in comparison.

Sierra | Tahoe | Nevada
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Great features

Customer review by Cyninaz

5.0 stars 9/22/2016 by Cyninaz
by Cyninaz

I had a Canon years ago and loved it.The look is sharp and sleek.

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Has Noise and Focus Issues

Customer review by Joshua

2.0 stars 3/20/2012 by Joshua
by Joshua

I'm not sure why the 7D even bothers to go up to 6400 ISO (or 12800 ISO)...anything above 1600 ISO is typically useless when it comes to noise. Perhaps you'd get acceptable results cleaning up the noise with higher-end noise reduction software but with the included DPP software, reducing noise is mostly equivalent to introducing blurring - which is to say, not good. Considering the camera seems to have AF sharpness issues anyway, I find it hard to get tack sharp pictures even with a tripod. But back to ISO, at higher ISO's I've noticed "hot" runs of pixels running horizontally across the whole width of the sensor. Anyway, I noticed many reviews have claimed the battery life is a plus/pro. Coming from a rebel XSI, I find the 7D battery life to be astonishingly bad. I could go a week between charges on the XSI...the 7D leaves me charging after every photo shoot. This is with similar shooting situations. Overall not happy with the cost/performance on this camera. Who knows, perhaps I just got a bad body?

Would recommend to a friend? No
A good choice

Customer review by Syracuse

5.0 stars 12/8/2009 by Syracuse
by Syracuse

I'm been an avid amateur photographer for about 40 years and owned professional grade cameras (and did my own processing) back in the days of film, but entered the digital SLR market with the lower end Canon Rebel XT about 3 years ago. I decided to update and was trying to decide whether to go with a new version at the same level (Rebel T1i) or take a step up to the 7D. After considerable research and trying both cameras in the store, I decided to go for the 7D and have been very happy with the choice. The camera is well built, environmentally sealed and takes excellent photos. Although it has more features than my Rebel XT, it's actually easier to use due to improved layout of menus and controls, the larger LCD, and the ability to create your own menu with features that you use most. The only con is that it is larger and heavier than the Rebel, but the 7D still fits in my old walk about camera bag and the added weight is not noticeable when shooting. If you can afford it, I'd highly recommend the 7D

Syracuse, NY
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Disappointed purchase

Customer review by JR

3.0 stars 5/27/2011 by JR
by JR

I purchased the Canon 7D in March to replace my 50D. I thought by waiting - most of the early criticisms would find their way into a bit bucket (fixed). My initial reaction was - wow! nice equipment. I looked at my first shots and again - wow! As I got more into this camera I started to compare against my 50D, my 30D and my 300D shots. I began to see some issues with soft focus, lack of detail, noise. I do shoot RAW so I am used to working the noise out but at ISO 200? I began to blame my lenses. I did microadjustments, I upgraded my processing software, I applied the latest firmware fix. I even bought a new lens. In the best conditions the camera takes a great photo, but let a little shadow or shade or distance come into the play - poor or mixed results. The main issue I have is the lack of consistancy. Good shot, bad shot, so-so shot, etc I have requested a authorization from Canon to repair the camera but I am not sure if I need to send my lenses as the ones that perform the poorest are L glass. Duh?

San Antonio, Tx
Would recommend to a friend? No
Should I Buy This Camera?

Customer review by PTNDSLR

5.0 stars 9/11/2010 by PTNDSLR
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I think this question is one that most of us ask ourselves when considering a purchase of this magnitude. The question is not an easy one, and I'm not sure I made the correct decision in purchasing this marvelous piece of technology. Let me put it in perspective; I am a prosumer camera user. I love photography and take a variety of photographs including family pictures, sports photography (see photos at smugmug for gatorowl), and casual street photography. I have owned lots of cameras including film, digital P&S and DSLRs. The 7D is my sixth DSLR (including a DReb XSI that I sold after two weeks). Before the 7D, my main camera was a 40D, which I found to be satisfactory especially the image quality (IQ). The negatives of the 40D are lack of weather sealing, 6.5 frames per second (fps) repeat rate, 1600 ISO max (can be pushed higher) and some focusing issues especially in sports photography. Of course, when comparing with the the DReb series, these "negatives" immediately become positives. The 40D has better construction, much faster repeat rate, and much better focussing (the T1i has, arguably better high ISO capabilities). The 40D compares well with the Nikon D90. Both cameras are very close. The D90 has video, better high ISO performance, and is a little more compact. However, it is a little slower in repeat rate, and I found selecting D90 focus points a bit on the clumsy side. Anyway, because of lens choices, I decided to go Canon. The 50D held no allure mainly because it was an incremental improvement. So, I thought my kit was set for at least a couple of years. Notice that in the above discussion, I never talk about IQ. Of all the 10MP or better DSLRs that I have used, there is no noticeable difference in IQ. However, after the 7D announcement and some of the preliminary reviews, I was convinced that the 7D was a quantum improvement over the 40D in every respect. I panicked, sold my 40D and bought a 7D. So, what did I find? The 7D is a great camera and is a clear improvement over the 40D. In some respects, it is substantially better than a 40D, but IQ isn't one of those major improvements. If you look at your files at 100%-300%, you will see more detail in a 7D shot. I have a standard photo that I take in my office when I get a new lens. I had to blow the photos up to 300% before I could detect differences. There was more texture detail in the 7D and the contrast and saturation were better. However, to be honest, it's not clear how much of this difference is attributable to the camera or the lenses (I shot the 40D with a Sigma 70-300mm and the 7D with a Canon 70-300mm IS lens). Frankly, I'm not surprised. DSLRs are so good right now, differences in IQ at low ISO are marginal. However, I do feel confident that I can shoot at 1600 ISO or 2000 ISO with the 7D without a substantial reduction in quality. While I can control noise at 3200 ISO, color saturation and contrast decline more than I like. With the 40D 800 ISO was as far as I wanted to go, but I would push it to 1000 when desperate. The 7D provides is a major ISO gain. I really love the 7D focus system. I don't know if it is as good as the Canon 1D series, but it is so, so much better than the 40D. By focusing on the exact point in a field, I feel like my creative options are substantially expanded. I was frequently frustrated by having the wrong part of my picture in focus. This need never happen with the 7D. The 8fps repeat rate is a nice bonus. It just raises the probability that the exact frame you want will be captured. So, the question is should you upgrade? You have to decide whether you can afford it; so my advice assume that you can afford the camera, but are looking for the camera that best matches how you shoot. If this is your first SLR (film or digital): I'd recommend starting with a Canon T1i or Nikon 90D. The 7D is an extremely complex camera that will take many hours to learn and dozen of hours shooting to master. Unless you have the time to invest in such a camera it will just be a source of frustration. Unlike almost every other camera I've owned, the user will obtain disappointing or bad results unless s/he truly understands this equipment. By contrast, you can take other DSLRs and just start shooting. Unlike the other cameras, the 7D has no scene modes. With other DSLRs you can take your time and gradually learn the more sophisticated capabilities. Most importantly, the quality of your pictures will be just as good. If you are moving up from an entry level DSLR: You need to ask yourself why you are moving up? If you are dissatisfied with the IQ, then the 7D is not your answer. Using the 7D, it will take a lot more work (initially) to become proficient. However, if you need a faster framerate, better high ISO performance (although the T1i and D90 are very good for high ISO), long for a better focussing system, or shoot in the rain or the beach, then the 7D might make sense. If you are moving up from a mid-level XXD or Nikon D300: As before, you're getting very little IQ improvement (wildlife photographers claim they can use the extra cropping capability, but I'm not convinced it's substantial). Buy the 7D because the features provide you with value. Also, I would seriously discourage anyone from switching from a Nikon D300 to a 7D. There has to be an absolute must-have 7D feature for you to make that leap. As for me, I don't regret this purchase. I'll never say never, but I'm hoping that the 7D will be my last crop-sensor camera. I love the flexibility and expansion of creative options that the new features allow me. It's a wonderful camera. I'm looking forward to spending many hours becoming intimately acquainted with its capabilities.

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