Pros 8fps burst speed, HD Video recording, good menu, easy setup, robust design, Live View and awesome dual Digic4 for decent noise reduction. produce high quality pictures.
Cons noise reduction in extreme ISO needs improvements, rather heavy, slow AF and response in Live View mode, didn't have a really big frame(APS-C) unlike the Full Frame 5D.
Summary A very decent SLR. A good choice for first entrance to professional photography. Provide vast flexibility in settings options. Also provide ease in accessing the many tools and facilities from the efficient built menus. Very fast burst enabling sport photographers to capture fast moving objects more easily. Produce a high quality pictures and is one of the best choice among the SLR out there. Plus, price is not that high compare to the other professional SLR, suitable for new professionals.
Pros Fast Response
Relatively easy to make quick adjustments to the settings
Great Picture Quality
Cons No built in GPS
Cannot charge battery by plugging in the USB cable
Takes a while to get used to all the features and settings
Summary Being a beginner/amateur photographer (hobby), I really like this camera for it's image quality and durability. While the settings may seem confusing at first (to the novice user like myself) it gets easier and easier for me to make adjustments every time I power on the camera.
Pros Great video capture.
8 FPS continuous shooting.
Cons Exceedingly Noisy at ISO 1600+.
Summary This is a great camera to get you into the HDSLR field, but look for another camera body if you are into concert/low light photography as I am. It still works decent, but the noise and color blow-out requires far too much post production for stills. Save your money and get a 5D Mark II.
Pros Large, clear viewfinder and screen. Great auto focusing. Full 1080p 30 fps video! Built-in wireless flash sync. A myriad of control customization possibilities. And... FAST!!!
Cons The viewfinder diopter adjustment wheel is too small and rigid to easily calibrate while looking through the VF. Steep learning curve for some functions, but with this class of instrument, that's to be expected.
Summary Excellent value for what you pay. If you're after a great entry-level pro camera, it's hard to go wrong choosing the EOS 7D.
"Canon 7D-Top Gun"on by digler1
Pros Top of the line features if you're willing to learn. Most complain because they simply won't except their own limits and learn to tweak or modify each ohoto they take. That in my opinion is what photographers do.
Cons Since my purchase is relatively new I haven't found any issues with this top of the line Canon. Most Canon pro's probably consider this 7D an excellent tool for a wide-array of photo shoots.
Summary If you're a beginner, and as I said earlier, there is a huge learning curve in this model, don't lose your enthusiasm if your new and decide to make the leap to this top contender. Pro's look at this Canon as a viable tool for most work. Consider this, most pros make even bigger leaps (Canon Mark series) because they have big dollars to spend. You'll get excellent performance and reliable photos if your a serious photographer and want a top choice portfolio to show off to friends or buyers. Go ahead, look around at other cameras, but I'm fairly confident with every review out there you'll keep coming back to the Canon 7D.
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