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Sep 11, 2014 15:30 |  #16

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If those specs are right and its clean at 10K and can in fact do 10FPS...Im on it. That would make a nice replacement for the MKIV

Hoping for dual cards and flash synch speed of 1/320 :cool:

I would want a full stop improvement over the 7D classic. The 1D4 is more than a stop better, but if the 7D2 can get that close to the 1D4, I agree, the 7D2 would make more than a potent sidekick for my 5D3. That would leave price, it really cannot be over $2K, or I will just wait or get a 1D4.


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Sep 11, 2014 15:39 |  #17

umphotography wrote in post #17148480 (external link)
If those specs are right and its clean at 10K and can in fact do 10FPS...Im on it. That would make a nice replacement for the MKIV

Hoping for dual cards and flash synch speed of 1/320 :cool:

Clean at 10K-dream on.........


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Sep 11, 2014 15:43 |  #18

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Clean at 10K-dream on.........

Why not, the 7D can produce some very good ISO 3200, and even 6400 shots if you watch your settings carefully. With the latest JPG engine to come out and tweaks in NR algorithms and sensor tweaks, it is entirely possible. Will it happen here? Not sure, time will tell.


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Sep 11, 2014 15:58 |  #19

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what's up with that weird hump in front of the hot shoe

Probably an accessory connector for accessories that fit the hot shoe but are wired into the Camera. Other makers do this for things like HDMI LCD viewfinder screens (for video), external mic's, remotes, etc.


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Sep 11, 2014 16:18 |  #20

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Why not, the 7D can produce some very good ISO 3200, and even 6400 shots if you watch your settings carefully. With the latest JPG engine to come out and tweaks in NR algorithms and sensor tweaks, it is entirely possible. Will it happen here? Not sure, time will tell.

I guess it depends on your definition of "good at 3200".I'd say 1600 is the highest "good" but opinions do vary.


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Sep 11, 2014 20:50 |  #21

canon rookie wrote in post #17148604 (external link)
Clean at 10K-dream on.........

If its as clean as a MKIV I will definitely get one... if its a new sensor, it might be. I would use an MKIV at 8K iso... so we shall see. Im more concerned with flash synch speed and low light capabilities.... _3ev and its gonna be hard to pass up... especially if its got dual cards and 8K is a reality

not gonna know until we see it but this looks promising especially for a crop


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Sep 11, 2014 20:54 |  #22

Looks like my next camera. 10fps is a lot, I wonder what the slower one will be.

I also so hope Canon comes out with a wifi adapter. I am finding those pretty useful. I thought wifi on a camera was useless but after using on my wife's camera, it makes transferring photos easy and quick. Not bad for those one or two photos you want to post online without a laptop.


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Sep 11, 2014 21:45 |  #23

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I guess it depends on your definition of "good at 3200".I'd say 1600 is the highest "good" but opinions do vary.

There is more than just opinion, don't forget about copy variation, user settings and experience, and different raw converters and editors.


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Sep 11, 2014 22:00 |  #24

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also if there is no WiFi, how does it sync between cameras. More questions, more questions

Wifi is actually just a marketing term. Although we mostly know it as wifi, but what we very are talking about are radio-wave wireless standards like 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n or 802.11ac. There are other type of wireless communication as other mention, IR. Bluetooth is also another radio-wave wireless standard(although short-range). That said, those are standard wireless technology. There is nothing to stop Canon to use a non-standard type of wireless communication. If you think about it, how the master and slave flashes communicate with each other is also non-standard. We don't even know what exactly they would sync. It could just be a one-time sync prior to shooting event, and in that case it may simply require both camera to be in the same proximity. Or maybe it would require an add-on device.




  
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Sep 11, 2014 22:27 |  #25

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I guess it depends on your definition of "good at 3200".

Please don't get him started. I'm tired of his crop-sensors-are-awesome posts using pictures of basketball players.


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Sep 11, 2014 23:01 |  #26

i wonder when its going to hit the US market ! also hoping for dual card slots and same battery's as 7d would be nice.


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Sep 11, 2014 23:15 |  #27

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i wonder when its going to hit the US market ! also hoping for dual card slots and same battery's as 7d would be nice.

I am also hoping for dual slots. The battery is slightly different. Its going to use a LP-6n which I'm not sure how different if will be.


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Sep 11, 2014 23:37 |  #28

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I am also hoping for dual slots. The battery is slightly different. Its going to use a LP-6n which I'm not sure how different if will be.

Could be just like the 1DX battery compared to 1D3/4 battery. ie: LP-E4 in the 1D3/4 while LP-E4N in the 1DX. both are backward and forward compatible(OEM atleast). The different was that the LP-E4N was redesign to conformed to the Japanese regulation. I would assume the new battery in the 7D2 to be in some what similar situation.




  
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Sep 11, 2014 23:46 |  #29

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Could be just like the 1DX battery compared to 1D3/4 battery. ie: LP-E4 in the 1D3/4 while LP-E4N in the 1DX. both are backward and forward compatible(OEM atleast). The different was that the LP-E4N was redesign to conformed to the Japanese regulation. I would assume the new battery in the 7D2 to be in some what similar situation.

We can only hope. If letters are a good sign it should work but it's canon so they might change things up slightly.


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Sep 12, 2014 08:35 as a reply to  @ post 17149537 |  #30

Based on "confirmed" specs on Canon Rumors:

It will have one CF slot and one SD slot.

The bump on the top is for GPS.

The battery is new, but the current 7D batteries will work. They just have lower capacity.


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