Earlier, we reported that Canon is rumored to release three new DSLR cameras this year , and we think that one of those will be the 7D’s successor. Now, CanonRumors may have some insider info on what the internals of Canon EOS 7D Mark II will be.
CanonRumors reports that they’ve received a tip from an anonymous informant about the specs of the upcoming successor of the Canon EOS 7D which is temporarily dubbed as 7D Mark II. Here are some of the info they’ve got:
• 24.1mp APS-C Sensor
• Dual DIGIC 5
• 10 frames-per-second
• Dual Memory Card Slots (CF + SD perhaps)
• 61 Autofocus Points
• 3.2? LCD (probably 1,024K dot, our opinion)
• Build quality like 5D Mark III
• GPS & Wifi
• ISO Performance to get close to the 5D Mark III
In addition to the info written above, the upcoming 7D Mark II is said to be released with a USD2,199 price tag, which is USD500 pricier than the 7D when it was first launched back in 2009. The rumored camera is also believed to possess a handful of video features to cater to film makers.
Canon remains mum about the topic, so do take this with the usual grain of salt. But if this rumor turns out to be true, then it’ll be a worthy successor to the famous upper mid-range dSLR camera.