The Leaked Canon EOS R7 Specs Indicate That It May Be the Go-To Speedster for Hobbyists

The Leaked Canon EOS R7 Specs Indicate That It May Be the Go-To Speedster for Hobbyists

According to a recent claim, the anticipated Canon EOS R7 could have a maximum continuous shooting speed of 20fps, bringing it to a level with Canon's existing EOS R5 and R6 flagships. However, the rumor was "unconfirmed" at the time.

The following Canon APS-C RF mount mirrorless camera has been speculated for quite some time; according to the most recent information from a reliable source, people will release this APS-C RF mount mirrorless camera sometime in 2021. Canon EOS R7 could be the name of this next APS-C mirrorless camera.

According to reports, the Canon EOS R7 will have the same design and specs as the current EOS R6, making the EOS R7 a true successor to the EOS 7D Mark II. Stay tuned for additional information.

We now have details on the upcoming Canon EOS R7, the first RF Mount camera with APS-C sensors. It will almost certainly be the last time the EOS M system is used.

Canon Rumors has given (and confirmed) the upcoming Canon EOS R7 Specifications. The R7 will have a 32.5-Megapixel APS-C sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus, 15-30fps (mechanical/electronic), 2x UHS-II enabled card slots, 4K video recording at 60/50fps (NTSC/PAL), 1080p recording at 120/100fps, In-Body Image Stabilization.


For slow-motion, the EOS R7 is likely to have a maximum frame rate of 120 fps or 4K/60p. The Canon EOS M6 Mark II and Sony A6600 can also shoot 4K/30p videos.

As with the superb Fujifilm X-T4, the Canon EOS R7 is believed to be capable of shooting 10-bit color video. However, the Canon EOS M6 II does not measure up to its Sony or Fuji counterparts for 4K video quality.

Canon may be banking on its higher-resolution sensor to appeal to stills photographers who need more clarity. And that is certain to happen. 

The Canon EOS R7 will be the first RF-Mount camera with APS-C sensor support. People schedule Canon to announce additional details in late June or early July 2022.

According to reliable sources who have communicated with rumor sites, two new Canon RF-S lenses will join the Canon EOS R7.

Although Canon Rumors states that the EOS R7 will not feature a CFexpress card slot, it will include two SD slots with UHS-II speed assist. However, it does appear counterintuitive for a camera with significant burst speeds – the rest of the reported specs have me drooling over the future camera.

Although exciting, these specifications are not official, so do not accept them as gospel. However, according to Canon Rumors, we should anticipate an announcement in June or July of this year, so we shouldn't have to wait too long to find out if Canon has found its next best-seller. 

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