Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Sep 16, 2014

Category: Tech

So your girl just agreed to let you take some pictures of her. Yes, those kind of pictures. Of course, she insists on calling it “boudoir photography,” but whatever—you’re getting the goods. Don’t squander this opportunity on a smartphone camera or even a basic DSLR. This moment calls for something better.

Canon’s new EOS 7D Mark II is right on the cusp of being a professional camera, and it’s likely all you’ll ever want when it comes to capturing brilliant photos and video (that may require separate negotiations with your girl). Among the killer features are a highly advanced 65-point all-cross autofocus system and the coveted ability to capture 10 frames per second—nothing will get by you. The new 20.2 megapixel APS-C Canon CMOS image sensor looks quite impressive, and in case she’s feeling feisty and wants to take some nature shots, the magnesium alloy body will be up to the challenge of the outdoors. [Purchase]

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