I am seeking a new camera and want to make an informed decision. The replacement for my previous camera is the Canon 7D Mark II. I found the Ken Rockwell review to be quite thorough and informative.
Canon 7D Mark II Review by Ken Rockwell
The Canon 7D Mark II is the world’s best camera for shooting indoor or night sports. Unless you have installed special lighting at the arena so you can use an older pro camera like the Canon 1D X or Nikon D4S, the new 7D Mk II has a special new flicker-compensating feature that lets you get consistently great photos without the random dark frames caused by most artificial lighting.
Even in daylight, the 7D Mk II is the best camera for less than $6,000 for shooting any kind of action because of its extremely high 10 FPS frame rate. Only a huge $6,500 pro camera goes faster.
The 7D Mk II is the world’s fastest APS-C camera and has more processing power than any EOS camera. It’s faster than any of Nikon’s pro DX cameras like the D2HS. For sports, unless you’re a full-time Sports Illustrated shooter with a $6,800 Canon 1D X orNikon D4S, the 7D Mk II just became the new world’s best sports camera, in most artificial light, no camera is better at any price.
The 7D Mark II’s AF sensor array covers most of the frame, unlike full-frame cameras whose AF areas are still all stuck in the middle. Will this lead to pros abandoning the 1D X and Nikon D4S so we can focus all over our frame? It just might! Who said this was a consumer camera? Its shutter is rated for 200,000 shots! … read more