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Canon’s 7D Line Has Come to an End: Report

As Canon turns its attention to growing its mirrorless camera market share, the company is reportedly sunsetting some of its popular DSLR lines such as the high-megapixel 5DS and 5DS R. And the latest word is that the popular 7D line has also come to an abrupt end.

Canon Reveals Two New L Lenses and an Interesting SD Card WiFi Adapter

The 5D Mark IV might be the big release of the day, but it's certainly not the only news from Canon this Thursday. In addition to the fancy new camera, Canon also revealed two new L lenses—the EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM and the EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM—and an interesting SD card-shaped W-E1 WiFi adapter.

Wildlife Photographer Adam Jones Takes Canon’s 7D Mark II Into the Wild for a Real World Review

When cameras get put through a review, it’s often done at a pixel-peeping level in a studio, where the lighting is consistent across the board and variables are few and far between. This is NOT one of those reviews.

When it came time to review Canon's new APS-C flagship, the 7D Mark II, DPReview reached out to professional wildlife photographer Adam Jones and asked him to take the camera out into the wild... literally.

Diving Into the Numbers: Is the Canon 7D Mark II as Bad as DxOMark Says it Is?

After much anticipation and positive initial reports about the new Canon 7D Mark II, DxOMark's review of the camera's sensor was met with some shock. According to their tests, the Mark II's sensor was on par with the 5-year-old Nikon D300s, and even fell behind smaller Micro Four Thirds sensors -- not good.

But was this assessment fair? Photographer and educator Tony Northrup -- who praised the 7D Mark II in his rapid review -- wanted to find out. And so he created this in-depth video to dive into DxO's numbers, make some side-by-side comparisons, and see if the 7D really is as disappointing as DxO seemed to report.

DxOMark Disappointed with the 7D Mark II; Sensor Lags Behind Some MFT Cameras at Base ISO

If you're a Canon user and a hater of all things DxOMark, you might want to skip over this one and read this article on how well the 7D Mark II is weather sealed instead. If you're a Canon hater, read on! You'll love this!

Earlier today, the lab released their official review of the Canon 7D Mark II, and while there were a few bright spots, the tone of the review in general might be summed up by the word 'meh.'

Cracking Open the 7D Mark II, The Most Thoroughly Weather Sealed Camera I’ve Ever Seen

OK, I have to admit I really like the 7D Mark II. I didn’t want to because it wasn’t what I wanted. I wanted to see the new Canon chip foundry that would be cranking out high-resolution sensors. But despite wanting to hate the 22-megapixel APS-C camera, after a fairly short exposure to the autofocus system, I have to admit I like it. There’s just something about getting every shot in focus every time that’s appealing to me.

Giveaway: Win a Canon 7D Mark II and a 18-135mm Lens

It's that time again: time to give something to one of our lucky readers for free! And what better camera to give away than one of the most highly anticipated cameras of 2014: the Canon 7D Mark II. And we're not stopping with the body either, this giveaway includes the 18-135mm kit lens for a total value of $2,150.

Canon Publishes Official Sample Photos from the Long-Awaited 7D Mark II

There probably wasn't a camera as highly anticipated and talked about this year as the new APS-C flagship Canon 7D Mark II, and now that it's official, people are clamoring to see how it performs so they can decide if it's worth pre-ordering the camera ahead of the November release.

Canon Japan is making that decision a bit easier today by releasing an official sample gallery with both photos and videos taken using the new APS-C shooter.

All-New List of Canon 7D Mark II Specs Surface, Given 90% Confidence

It seems the major rumor sites were duped about the upcoming Canon 7D replacement. According to a new Canon Rumors report published last night, previously reported specs for the Mark II were incorrect. Fortunately, it seems they've gotten their hands on some new specs that they're "90% confident" are accurate this time around.

Check Out the Latest Rumored Specs for the Upcoming Canon 7D Mark II

It's safe at this point to say that a Canon 7D replacement is definitely on the way, and will almost certainly make its debut at Photokina. But whereas there's plenty of leaked info to corroborate this fact, very little more about the camera has come to light.

Still, some info is bound to come out and the spec list below is the most accurate information that has slipped through the few cracks left in Canon's anti-rumor shield.

Canon 7D Officially Marked ‘Discontinued’ on Amazon

There are plenty of reliable rumors from trusted sources claiming that the 7D Mark II (if that's even what it'll be called) will finally be arriving sometime in early September, but those rumors are now being bolstered by another piece of news.

Canon 7D Replacement Possibly Spotted at the World Cup

The desire for more info and leaks about Canon's upcoming EOS 7D Mark II (possibly not called that) is strong, and the image above is a good case in point. Spotted by a Northlight Images reader, the camera circled in red is always seen at the same spot on the pitch and is always covered up, despite the fact that every other camera is uncovered.

Rumor: Canon 7D Mark II and Potential 100-400mm Replacement to Arrive at Photokina

It's shaping up to be quite a year at Photokina in Germany, with Leica, Sigma and now Canon all expected to drop some serious equipment at the expo. The Canon news comes by way of Canon Rumors, who got wind from a known source that both the 7D Mark II (or whatever the replacement will be called) and a new telephoto lens will both officially arrive in September.

Rumor: Canon 7D Mark II Announcement at Photokina, Prototypes at FIFA World Cup

Almost five years in the making, the followup to Canon's 7D still hasn't become more than a rumor, making many wonder if a Mark II (or any new APS-C flagship) will ever arrive. Well, according to Canon Watch, the answer to that question is yes. And the answer to the following question 'when?' is Photokina, with some potential appearances at this year's FIFA World Cup.