The Canon EOS R7 is a powerful, versatile, and sleek compact mirrorless camera that marks Canon’s entry into APS-C. Key features include:
32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor; Dual-Pixel CMOS AF II
UHD 4K60p 10-bit video, HDR-PQ, and Canon Log 3
30 fps stills with the electronic shutter, 15 fps mechanical
Works with RF-S and full-frame RF-mount lenses
32.5MP APS-C Sensor. The Canon EOS R7’s versatile 32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor is ideal for photo and video applications alike. It produces low-noise, high-resolution stills; UHD 4K video at 60p; UHD 4K30p when oversampled from a 7K area; and Full HD 120p video.
DIGIC X Image Processor. The DIGIC X Image Processor supports continuous shooting rates up to 30 fps with a silent electronic shutter or 15 fps with a mechanical shutter and AF and AE tracking. It also offers great low-light performance with a native ISO sensitivity of 100-32,600 that’s extendable to 100-51,200.
Lens Compatibility. From the jump, you get full compatibility with a wide range of new Canon RF and RF-S lenses. Want to use a EF or EF-S lens? Try using one of Canon’s adapters, like the Canon EF-EOS R Mount Adapter or the Canon EF-EOS R Control Ring Mount Adapter.
UHD 4K Capture. In addition to its still-shooting power, the R7 can produce high-res UHD 4K60p internal video in 10-bit with Canon Log 3 using its full sensor width. It can also use a 7K recording area for oversampled UHD 4K30p footage with improved sharpness, lower noise, and reduced moiré. You also get 120p capture at up to Full HD resolution for slow-motion playback. This camera is also capable of recording HDR-PQ, both internally and via its micro-HDMI port, which supports clean 4K output at up to 60 fps.
Dual-Pixel CMOS Autofocus II. Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus II system provides extremely fast and accurate live view autofocus performance. It features 651 automatic autofocus points that cover the entire sensor area. This phase-detection focusing system offers enhanced subject detection—it can recognize and track people, animals, and vehicles. The subject-detection mode is separate from the face/eye detection feature, so face/eye detection remains active even if you turn subject detection off. The AF areas include three AF zones whose size and shape you can customize.
Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization. On its own, the built-in five-axis image-stabilization system compensates for up to seven stops of camera shake, making it great for shooting hand-held at lower shutter speeds. When working in tandem with select lenses’ built-in optical image stabilization, it can compensate for up to eight stops of camera shake.
OLED Electronic Viewfinder and Touchscreen LCD. The R7’s 2.36m-dot, 1.15x-magnification OLED EVF is bright, clear, and designed for high-resolution eye-level viewing. It’s virtually lag-free and has a 120 fps refresh rate for accurate portrayal of motion. The large 3.0-inch 1.62m-dot vari-angle touchscreen LCD monitor is great for shooting, image review, and live-view monitoring. Its 180° upward and 45° downward tilting design makes it great for shooting from high and low angles.
Memory, Power, and Connectivity. This camera has dual UHS-II SDHC/XC memory-card slots, and uses the Canon LP-E6NH battery with a rated output of up to 660 shots per charge using the LCD, or up to 380 shots per charge using the EVF. There’s built-in 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to control the camera, review images, and transfer files from a compatible iOS/Android device with Canon’s Camera Connect app. You also get a USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 2 port, a micro-HDMI port, and 3.5mm headphone and mic ports to help with video recording.
Next-Gen Multi-Function Shoe. This updated shoe has a row of pins at the front to support more accessories than a conventional shoe and to provide power to certain types of accessories that ordinarily use separate batteries. Among other accessories, this shoe is compatible with the Canon ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter, the Canon DM-E1D Stereo Mic, the Canon AD-P1 Smartphone Adapter, and the Canon AD-E1 Multi-Function Shoe Adapter, the last of which gives you compatibility with legacy shoe-mounted accessories.