Photons to Photographs has revealed dynamic vary information from the Canon EOS R7 and added it to its database. It exhibits some good enhancements over the unique Canon 7D (as nicely it ought to) and beats out the Canon 7D Mark II by no less than a small quantity throughout the board. It nonetheless has a strategy to catch as much as the EOS R5 however appears to be totally on par with the highest-end Canon EOS M system digital camera, the Canon EOS M6 Mark II.
The truth that the Canon EOS R7 presents virtually (however not fairly) an identical dynamic vary to ISO efficiency because the EOS M6 Mark II would ordinarily recommend that they could really be utilizing the identical sensor, though Canon says that the sensor within the EOS R7 is totally new.
The Canon EOS R7 includes a 32.5-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with Twin Pixel CMOS AF II. It shoots 4K 60fps 10-Bit video and stills with both a 15fps mechanical shutter or 30fps digital shutter. It has twin UHS-II SD card slots, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and Canon’s new multi-function hotshoe. You’ve acquired a built-in EVF (relatively than an elective one), a barely greater ISO vary, means extra AF factors, a 1.62m-dot LCD and Eye AF monitoring. Even when it was the identical sensor because the EOS M6 Mark II, it actually has it beat out in loads of different areas.
You may see from the second graph above that there’s very little in it in any respect between the EOS R7, the EOS 7D Mark II and the EOS M6 Mark II. The EOS R7 does simply edge issues out throughout the entire vary, however extra so on the decrease finish of the ISO scale, apart from a couple of spots – which seem to multiples of ISO160 – the place the M6 Mark II simply beats it by a hair. The 7D Mark II trails behind all the way in which, so when you’re an present 7D Mark II proprietor who’s been serious about upgrading, I don’t suppose you’ll be dissatisfied.
You’ll want to take a look at the Photons to Photographs database to match the EOS R7 to your digital camera, or any of the numerous others of their database, to see which most accurately fits your wants.
[via Canon Watch]