It was yesterday that we saw the Canon EOS 7D Mark II unveiled to the world, which has a release date in November for a price of $1,800 or as a bundle with a EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens, $2,150. The moment that the new DSLR was showcased it never took long for people to take full advantage of the embargo lifting and reviews to start appearing on websites and YouTube.
It is those video reviews that appear on YouTube that has us most interested, as you get far better insight because not only do you get a Canon 7D Mark II video review from various perspectives, but also a few sample images as well.
This new camera from Canon is highly anticipated and has been full of speculation, although we have to wonder if it is a bit on an anticlimax? It is our hope that these quartet of early Canon 7D Mark II video reviews will be able to answer that question for us, as each reviewer goes over the specs and features, and weighs up if it is worth the upgrade or not.
The first video, which runs for just over three minutes puts the camera through a series of tests, most of which are action shots seeing as thought the 7D Mark II is built for action. If you are into your wildlife or sports, then this first review suggests this is the camera for you.
The second video starts off by saying how lucky they were to get their hands-on the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, and as such goes thorugh the features of this new DSLR. They certainly love some of the aspects of this new camera, such as the 10fps continuous shooting, Built-in GPS, 65-point wide-area autofocus and Advanced iTR focusing.
The next video is not a hands-on review, but rather one that looks at all the features of the 7D Mark II. However, this goes into many aspects of this new model, especially as the video runs for almost 35 minutes.
The final video is yet another that goes through the Canon 7D Mark II features, and so we ask that you consider looking over all of these videos before you come to a decision as to whether you want to upgrade or not.
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