Canon Announces the EOS Rebel T7

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<em>New Additions to the Canon EOS Family include EOS M50 and EOS Rebel T7</em></p>
<p><strong>MELVILLE, N.Y., February 25, 2018 –</strong> Upgrading from a smartphone camera to an entry-level interchangeable lens camera (ILC) can be considered to some people a daunting task. Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, supports those looking to advance their skills by continuously developing and evolving its gear. Today, the company announced their latest additions to its all-encompassing lineup of digital cameras: the EOS M50 Interchangeable Lens Camera, the first Canon EOS M-series camera with 4K video recording which is four-times the size of full HD 1080, and the EOS Rebel T7, the latest addition to the wildly popular EOS Rebel line of entry-level DSLR Cameras, with an upgraded CMOS sensor to deliver sharp, high-resolution images to capture life’s key moments.</p>
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<p>For photographers actively seeking to upgrade their skills, the EOS M50 is an all-around, entry-level camera with an extensive list of user-friendly features that encourages users to broaden their creative visions. Providing improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF, a 24.1MP APS-C CMOS sensor resulting in less noise and high definition in low-light situations, and the capability of recording 4K video, the EOS M50 will capture crisp, photographic expressions in various situations.</p>
<p>“Our core goal when developing new entry-level interchangeable lens cameras for our consumers is to meld high-quality features and usability together. In listening to our customers, we believe we have achieved this goal with both the EOS M50 and EOS Rebel T7, ” said Yuichi Ishizuka, president and COO, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “With enhanced features for photographers of all skill levels to enjoy, both cameras demonstrate Canon’s commitment to developing and manufacturing best-in-class quality imaging solutions.”</p>
<p>Additional features of the EOS M50 include:</p>
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<li>New DIGIC 8 Image Processor</li>
<li>HD 120p High-frame video rate</li>
<li>Built-in OLED Electronic Viewfinder with Touch and Drag Autofocus</li>
<li>Vari-Angle LCD touchscreen</li>
<li>Wi-Fi<span class="green">*</span>, NFC<span class="green">**</span> and Bluetooth connectivity<span class="green">***</span></li>
<li>Automatic image transfer to compatible devices while shooting<span class="green">*</span></li>
<li>New Silent Mode</li>
</ul>
<p>The EOS Rebel T7 DSLR camera, featuring an upgraded CMOS sensor of 24.1 megapixel resolution, is the successor to the EOS Rebel T6. Offering easy sharing of high-quality photos and videos on social media sites, the EOS Rebel T7 provides continuous shooting up to 3.0 frames per second (fps), a nine-point autofocus system and a three-inch LCD monitor, offering users a multitude of options to capture and share life’s important moments.</p>
<p>Additional features of the EOS Rebel T7 include:</p>
<ul>
<li>Built-In Wi-Fi<span class="green">*</span> and NFC<span class="green">**</span> connectivity</li>
<li>Scene Intelligent Auto Mode</li>
<li>Optical View Finder</li>
</ul>
<p>For an additional cost, both products are also eligible for the reliable protection of CarePAK PLUS, Canon’s optional service plan, which includes accidental damage protection and Image Recovery, designed to retrieve irreplaceable images or videos otherwise lost or corrupted. CarePAK PLUS, along with all Canon camera service plans, is performed exclusively by Canon’s renowned service and support team.</p>
<p>The Canon EOS M50 is scheduled to be available in April 2018 for an estimated retail price of $779.99<span class="green">^</span> for the body only. The EOS M50 will also be available with the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens in both black and white for an estimated retail price of $899.99<span class="green">^</span>. Additionally, the EOS M50 will be sold with the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM and the EF-M 55-200mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM in black only for an estimated retail price of $1,249.00<span class="green">^</span>. A Video Creator Kit will also be available for the EOS M50 for an estimated retail price of $999.99<span class="green">^</span>.</p>
<p>The EOS Rebel T7 is scheduled to be available in April 2018, and will be sold as a lens-and-body kit with the EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IS II for an estimated retail price of $549.99<span class="green">^</span>.

For more information, please visit usa.canon.com.</p>
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okaro

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That Rebel T7 seems to be EOS 2000D. The 4000D apparently was not released in the U.S.
 

AvTvM

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who cares about that mirrorflicker. Really only targeted at those total n00bs convinced that "only a DSLR captures really good, *pro-quality* images" ... ;D
 
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At lease it's a step in the right direction. They are showing they are willing to make a move, albeit a small one. I, for one, am excited to see where this leads. Even though I don't shoot Canon anymore.
Well done, Canon. Keep it up.
 

photonius

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Sharlin said:
okaro said:
That Rebel T7 seems to be EOS 2000D. The 4000D apparently was not released in the U.S.
As expected. Probably won't be in Europe or Japan either.
The 2000D and 4000D are on Canon UK's web site, and the German one, so presumably all Europe. Since Europe is obviously now a market of failing economies and poor people, cheap products need to fill shelf space... ::)
 

Sharlin

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photonius said:
Sharlin said:
okaro said:
That Rebel T7 seems to be EOS 2000D. The 4000D apparently was not released in the U.S.
As expected. Probably won't be in Europe or Japan either.
The 2000D and 4000D are on Canon UK's web site, and the German one, so presumably all Europe. Since Europe is obviously now a market of failing economies and poor people, cheap products need to fill shelf space... ::)
Yeah, mea culpa. On the other hand, there are several markets even within the Eurozone where a 4000D still costs more than a workman’s monthly salary. Europe is heterogenous in that way.
 

hendrik-sg

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AvTvM said:
who cares about that mirrorflicker. Really only targeted at those total n00bs convinced that "only a DSLR captures really good, *pro-quality* images" ... ;D
You are posting the same in all threads. You have exactly no argument for your opinion, it's just hate. Why? your mirrorless camera exists for a while now, a similary speced one was announced at the same time. You buy the mirrorless (or not, who cares), other people the SLR, each what he likes and Canon delivers both.

And yes, you are right, a G7xii delivers about the same, if you have only the kit lens.
 

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hendrik-sg said:
AvTvM said:
who cares about that mirrorflicker. Really only targeted at those total n00bs convinced that "only a DSLR captures really good, *pro-quality* images" ... ;D
You are posting the same in all threads. You have exactly no argument for your opinion, it's just hate. Why?
I believe that since the first time AvTvM looked in a mirror he has hated them ever since ;)

But to give him his due, since Canon introduced the 5DS/r with its motorised mirror he has at least changed his favoured insult from "mirrorslapper" to "mirrorflicker" as no one could ever accuse the 5DS of having mirror slap. :)