Canon's Fastest, Highest Resolution EOS APS-C Camera

               EOS R7: Canon's Fastest, Highest Resolution EOS APS-C Camera

The Canon EOS R7 is one of the first two APS-C mirrorless cameras in Canon's RF mount system. The camera is packed with an attractive set of video specs as well as sports and wildlife photography features, all at a fairly competitively affordable price point.

EOS APS-C Camera
Canon announces the EOS R7, its first EOS R system camera with an APS-C-sized image sensor. Small, compact, and highly portable thanks to the advantages of sensor size and mirrorless camera system, this camera also has features that make it roughly on par with cameras designed for purpose. professional use, such as high-speed continuous shooting up to 30 fps and advanced object recognition and tracking capabilities based on deep learning. It is a camera ready to attract attention, especially for photographers looking for a compact, fast, and powerful camera system.

The best characteristics of three areas: Compactness, speed, and high resolution
The EOS R7 is the first camera in the EOS R system to be equipped with an APS-C format image sensor. Although it is theoretically in the same class as the EOS 90D DSLR, it has a new, improved core, which includes the DIGIC X image processor, which can perform advanced calculations at speed high, and the newly developed Dual Pixel CMOS image sensor with 32.5 effective megapixels.

Together, they provide the EOS R7:
- Highest resolution performance in the history of EOS APS-C models
- High-speed continuous shooting and AF accuracy close to that of professional EOS models
- Improved video recording performance: Higher quality 4K UHD video through 7K upsampling, Canon Log 3, HDR PQ recording, and other features for professional video production needs.

One of the biggest advantages of the APS-C image sensor is the way it allows for the production of smaller, lighter camera bodies. Taking advantage of this, the EOS R7 allows users to shoot still images and movies with a lighter load than before. 

EOS APS-C Camera

Fastest mechanical shutter continuous shooting speed in EOS  R7 system 

One of the most outstanding features of the EOS R7 is its outstanding high-speed continuous shooting. In mechanical shutter mode, it achieves a maximum of 15 fps with AF/AE 1 tracking, made possible thanks to a mirrorless mechanism (which eliminates the need for mirror movement), using a high-torque motor, New charging architecture for first and second shutter modes, and optimized shutter drive sequence. Close to the 16 fps possible on the flagship EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR, the EOS R7's high-speed continuous shooting is the fastest in the entire EOS R line of cameras.

In electronic shutter mode, the EOS R7 shoots at up to 30 fps with AF/AE tracking—on par with the professional-grade EOS R32.

EOS APS-C Camera

Flicker-free shooting and shutter speed

The EOS R7's mechanical shutter mode supports flicker-free shooting, which resists 100Hz/120Hz flicker. Also supports shutter speeds as fast as 1/8000 sec (mechanical shutter) and 1/16,000 sec (electronic shutter)3. Besides being able to more effectively freeze fast-moving subjects, such a fast shutter speed allows for more control over exposure, such as in strong sunlight when you need to use the aperture. widest of a fast lens for portraiture with shallow depth of field. 

RAW burst mode: Full-resolution RAW image sequences, pre-shooting support
RAW burst4 mode uses the electronic shutter to record a sequence of RAW images captured at up to 30 fps in a single file. While these images were cropped (recorded by only part of the sensor) on the EOS M6 Mark II, they were recorded as 14-bit RAW data using the full 32.5 megapixel sensor resolution. enough on the EOS R7. If the pre-shooting feature is enabled, the camera will record images from up to 0.5 seconds before the shutter button is fully pressed. Each frame recorded in RAW burst mode can be post-processed just like regular RAW image files—you can extract the best frame to export it as an individual RAW image, or convert it to a JPEG or HEIF file and export it like that. 

Improved object detection and tracking with deep learning

The EOS R7 shares the same EOS iTR AF X object tracking and detection system enhanced with the deep learning technology found on the higher-end EOS R3. The advanced capabilities of this system support autofocus (AF) when shooting stills and video.

There are 4 modes of object detection priority:
- People
- Animals
- Vehicles
- Off

In People Priority mode, people in the frame have priority, but if there are no people in the frame, the camera will detect animals and vehicles.

In Animal Priority mode, animals (cats, dogs, and birds) are given priority, but if there are no animals in the frame, the camera will detect humans. In Vehicle Priority mode, both vehicles and people can be detected. The system also detects helmets and motorcyclists to track open vehicles with greater accuracy.

Up to 100% AF coverage: Focus on your subject anywhere in the frame

The EOS R7 uses a Dual Pixel CMOS AF II system, where each pixel on the image sensor is equipped with two photodiodes to perform both recording and phase-difference detection. This achieves high image quality and highly accurate autofocus without pixel interpolation.

AF up to 100% of the frame can be performed (horizontal x vertical, in Whole Area AF mode when a subject is detected).
AF up to 100% of the frame can be performed (horizontal x vertical, in Whole Area AF mode when a subject is detected).

 With AF that works on up to 651 subdivided areas, aided by the advanced tracking and subject detection capabilities of the EOS iTR AF X, you can expect precise focus right down to the edge of the image.


For more control over the focusing process, eight other AF-area modes are available:
- 1-point AF
Allows the user to choose from up to 5915 different AF point positions.
- Spot AF
Provides an even smaller AF area than 1-point AF for precise focusing.
- 2 Expand AF area modes:
Expand AF area (top, bottom, left and right) and Expand AF area (around) use 1-point AF and 4 (or 8) AF points around it for greater flexibility when focusing on subjects. motion image.
- 3 modes Flexible Zone AF
First introduced on the EOS R3, on the EOS R7, users can set an AF area to the size they want, from 9 points (3×3) to 567 points (27×21) and save them to a maximum 3 slots. 

Intuitive operations: Quick Control Dial + New integrated Multi-controller

The Quick Control Dial and Multi-controller are among the controls most frequently used by advanced users: The Quick Control dial is often used to control exposure compensation, and the button Multi-controller is commonly used to move the AF points. These two controls have been integrated into one on the EOS R7, and the new integrated wheel is located to the right of the viewfinder, right next to the user's line of sight. Moving the AF frame is more intuitive than ever even when you're looking through the viewfinder

EOS APS-C Camera
New integrated Quick Control Wheel

With the new Quick Control Dial, you can smoothly adjust exposure compensation and move the AF frame. You can also assign the Quick Control Dial to change the AF area mode. 

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Focus mode switch
A focus mode switch is located on the camera body at the bottom just below the lens. This switch makes it easy to switch between AF and MF modes even with lenses without an AF/MF switch. The middle button is the depth of field preview button. 

32.5 megapixels: Highest resolution performance in EOS APS-C camera history

The EOS R7 is equipped with a newly developed 32.5-megapixel Dual Pixel CMOS image sensor. While there are other EOS APS-C cameras with the same megapixel resolution, the combination of the powerful DIGIC X image processing engine and the image quality capabilities of the RF mount takes quality to the next level. on the EOS R7, achieving the highest resolution performance among all EOS APS-C cameras in history5. DIGIC X's advanced noise reduction processing also improves high ISO performance, with native ISO speeds up to 32,000 and expanded ISO speeds up to ISO 51,200.

IS In-Body up to 8 stops with auto-levelling

The sensor-shift In-Body Image Stabilization (IS) mechanism on the EOS R7 provides image stabilization even when using lenses without a stabilization mechanism. The size of the APS-C image sensor offers another benefit: because it's small, there's more room for rotation, allowing for more effective correction of camera shake in the direction of the roll. The camera also supports Coordinated Control IS, which increases the stabilizing effect by up to the equivalent of 8 shutter speed stops when a compatible RF lens equipped with Optical IS is attached.

This increased range of sensor movement also makes it possible to incorporate auto-levelling6, where the image sensor subtly rotates to correct any tilt of the camera when shooting. , which helps to maintain the horizontal orientation of the image. This improves efficiency when shooting scenes such as architecture and landscapes, as users no longer need to spend a lot of time and attention to ensure the camera is balanced.

High quality 4K UHD video from 7K . upsampling 

The EOS R7's APS-C image sensor is the same size as the standard Super 35mm format sensor on camcorders used in professional cinema and film production. In crop-free shooting, this results in an effective video recording area of approximately 27.1 megapixels. Besides the versatility of having more megapixels, this also makes it a great second or third camera when shooting with camcorders because the angle of view is the same!

In addition to the standard 8-bit YCbCr 4:2:0 recording codec, the EOS R7 also supports recording formats such as Canon Log 3 and HDR PQ at 10-bit YCbCr 4:2:2. This is a camera that caters to the needs of professional video producers, from HDR video production to color grading.

EOS R7's APS-C image
In 4K UHD Fine mode, which provides the highest quality, the EOS R7 increases the sampling rate from 7K to record 4K UHD at 29.97P/25.00P. It can also record cropless, unsampled 4K UHD video at 59.94P/50.00P in 4K UHD 'Standard' mode.

For situations where you need to add a telephoto effect, the 4K UHD crop mode, combined with the 1.6x crop factor inherent to APS-C sensors, produces a 1.8x close-up effect.

Since the recording time limit has been removed, the EOS R7 can shoot continuously for up to 6 hours (1.5 hours for High Frame Rate videos) 

Support livestream to YouTube

Want high quality images for your YouTube livestream? The EOS R7 fulfills this need. All you need to do is connect the camera to the Internet and install the livestream URL

Small, lightweight body, improved portability

Like the EOS 90D DSLR, the EOS R7 is designed with the advanced enthusiast in mind. However, it also takes advantage of the mirrorless camera system to achieve a smaller, lighter body. For the inner frame, it uses magnesium alloy (partly aluminum), which is a durable and impact resistant material with excellent heat resistance. Its exterior is made of sturdy engineering plastic that is both durable and lightweight. It also has the same dust and moisture resistance as the EOS 90D—enough for use in different environments. Two SD card slots provide additional reassurance for situations where it's important to have extra memory space or write to two cards simultaneously for file backup.

Strong and durable with weather resistance, yet small, light, and highly portable, the EOS R7 offers ample mobility to capture more photographic opportunities—even on trips. hiking and backpacking trips.

EOS APS-C Camera
The EOS 90D paired with the EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM kit lens weighs about 1216g, while the EOS R7 with the RF-S18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM kit lens weighs only about 922g —about 24% lighter.


EOS R7 : Canon's Fastest, Highest Resolution EOS APS-C Camera


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