EOS 7D Mark II & 80D are Rumored to be Replaced by One APS-C DSLR


Posted on 04/01/2019 by guidetocamera

The Canon EOS 7D Mark II and Canon EOS 80D are already quite old. Now according to recent reports, the replacement of both cameras is scheduled for late 2019.

Canon has already confirmed that there will be no new EF lenses in 2019, but this doesn't mean we will not see a new DSLR camera from the company. It is being said that the EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 80D are rumored to be replaced by one APS-C DSLR camera. While the EOS 77D will remain the DSLR above the Rebels, and perhaps an update to the EOS 77D is also coming as EOS 78D.

The new APS-C DSLR camera could have a very well built and high frame rate to please the APS-c shooters who are looking for EOS 7D Mark III, while the price should be lower to please the shooters who are looking for EOS 90D.

Rumored EOS 7D Mark II & 80D Replacement Camera Specs

  • 30MP sensor
  • 4K video/30p 1.4x
  • C-Log
  • 12 fps
  • DIGIC 8 ? (might use the same processor of the possible 5DsMk2)
  • No AA filter
  • 1D X Mark II focusing
  • Tilting touch screen
  • CFast/SD
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Advanced video features
  • Price around $2000

Read more Canon Rumors.

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