Canon EOS R7 specifications [CR3]

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We have finally confirmed some specifications for the upcoming Canon EOS R7, the first RF Mount camera for APS-C sensors. This is probably also going to finally put the EOS M system out to pasture.
 
Canon EOS R7 Specifications

32.5mp APS-C Dual Pixel CMOS AF
15-30fps (mechanical/electronic)
2x UHS-II supported
4K @ 60/50fps (NTSC/PAL)
1080p @ 120/100fps (NTSC/PAL)
C-Log 3/HDR PQ
In-Body IS
Announcement in June/July 2022

We’ll update the specifications as we learn more.

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Berowne

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Might be a good complement to my R6 with the EF 100-400L Mk. II. :)
 
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john1970

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Interesting specifications. The 15 fps mech is actually faster than the R3's 12 fps and the 30 fps electronic matches the R3. At 30 fps and moving 32.5MP of data I wonder if the sensor is BSI stacked?
 
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docsavage123

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Probably may take a look, I replaced my 7DII with an RP as a backup for my R5, but the R5 does everything and more that I want it to.
 

Sibir Lupus

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Sounds like the M5 Mark II many M series owners have been waiting a long time for..........
 
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RayValdez360

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Interesting specifications. The 15 fps mech is actually faster than the R3's 12 fps and the 30 fps electronic matches the R3. At 30 fps and moving 32.5MP of data I wonder if the sensor is BSI stacked?
the sensor is smaller so that might make things a lot easier as far as physics.
 
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knight427

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Might be a good complement to my R6 with the EF 100-400L Mk. II. :)

The 1.4x iii would be a lot cheaper! R6 AF with this combo is very good, but does at times struggle to grab focus mid flight. Obviously the R7 will have many other advantages beyond 1.6x crop. If I was in a position to consider the R7, as an alternate idea, I'd consider upgrading to the RF 100-500 + tc after selling off the EF 100-400ii + tc.
 
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Fletchahh

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Excited to upgrade from my 7D II as my only camera, and am eagerly awaiting the official announcement. Coming from someone who will use it as a general purpose camera as well as for birding, it’s nice to see in-body IS mentioned again.
 
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speg

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Hmm. I’m a bit bummed there is IBIS: can this be priced lower than the R6? If not, I may end up there instead. This year is going to be such a long wait!
 

jdavidse

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Excellent. I would love to hear more! In particular:
Build quality and top screen: more like R6 or R5?
Controls: all R5/R6 controls present?
Any features from the R3 going to trickle down?
 

Bob Howland

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Any idea what the price is? Does it use R5/R6 focusing or something different and/or lesser? How large is it? Is there a variant in Canon R&D with an M-mount?
 
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masterpix

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Might be a good complement to an R3. But I'll complete my M line-up first...
Canon bodies and lenses work years after they are "discontinued", so there is no reason to "abandon" your gear once they stop manufacturing the product you have.
 
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masterpix

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A high-end R7 isn't going to put a low-end M50 "out to pasture".
A high end R7 is only the first of a line of R-ebel line of cameras (RXX, RXXX) that will soon follow. Canon produce the R7 to allow 7D users to get the camera they were longing to get in the 7DIII, but rest assure that e R-ebel will come soon as well after the R7. Since the R7 and the R-ebel will be able to use the EF-S glass (with a converter) it means that those people that have a good line of EF-S lenses, will be able to use them for longer than expected.
 
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masterpix

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Excited to upgrade from my 7D II as my only camera, and am eagerly awaiting the official announcement. Coming from someone who will use it as a general purpose camera as well as for birding, it’s nice to see in-body IS mentioned again.
And you will be able to use your EF-S glass as well. catching two birds at once you said...
 
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Bob Howland

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Canon bodies and lenses work years after they are "discontinued", so there is no reason to "abandon" your gear once they stop manufacturing the product you have.
I'm still using a couple lenses that I bought in 2000. They still take great pictures.
 
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