It was fair while it was coming, but Canon’s new EOS R7 is getting some amazing reviews. This reviewer says it’s “a runaway success,” so check out what all the fuss is about.
The Canon EOS R7 was recently released by Canon and has been given glowing reports since it hit the market. If you’re not sure what the difference is between the R7 and other mirrorless R models, the big one is that the R7 has an APS-C sensor as opposed to the full-frame sensor on the likes of the Canon EOS R5. When I started my journey in digital photography I got a Canon with an APS-C sensor mainly because it was cheaper and I was a student on a budget at the time. But I was also interested in shooting period shots, and an APS-C sensor (on any camera) is great for shooting sports or wildlife because of the 1.5x or 1.6x crop factor, which lets you get up close. to your subjects.
That brings us to this great new video by Christopher Frost reviewing the recently released Canon EOS R7. What I enjoy most about Frost’s reviews is that he is very measured and objective. He doesn’t try to overwhelm his reviews with a big personality or bells and whistles. He simply takes a product and reviews it thoroughly, which is exactly what I look for when looking at reviews. Here, the new $1499 EOS R7 with a variety of different lenses, including some third-party lenses with adapters. An interesting subplot is that Canon has banned third-party manufacture of some RF mount lenses. How might that affect your decision on this great new Canon camera? Watch the video and let me know what you think.