If you’re watching this space, you can recall that we have posted several news coming from credible sources that the next iteration of Canon’s top crop camera EOS 7D is dated to be released this year. There’s still more that one month to spare for 2013, but early rumors surfaced already that the Canon 7D Mark II will be outed in the first half of 2014.
According to reports, the 7D Mark II will be a “pro APS-C” camera with a new sensor and autofocus system that will be also featured for the latest EOS-1 body. It is also said that it will be Canon’s flagship to have the biggest LCD screen, something that might point to company’s continuing what’s 7D is known for –video recording. You can also expect that it will feature built-in GPS and Wifi that we’ve seen common from new Canon cameras.
There are still no official words on when the exact availability of 7D Mark II and it’s estimated to be at $2000 price range.
We can expect more of next-generation EOS 7D to come as we enter 2014. Stay tuned.