Being new to DSLR I was wondering when in live view with this camera and your toggling through the exposture and apiture settings, does it show you how dark or bright the image is on the screen, before you take the picture?
200d ii or 7d ii??
its not focusing the guy when walk on wall
hi.. very informative video.. thanks.. a quick question.. we have a black friday sale(nov 19) for the 7d mark 2 for £1000 (body only) is it priced reasonably?
Are you the Professor from the Money Heist series? ......
Are this camera waterproov
3:46 best of luck deleting all those photos one by one
What lens were you using?
Canon the best
*_Results from Canon cameras in general, always seem to have a sort of fogginess about them... Sorry, but it's Nikon for me._*
Amazing that just 4 years later my m50 has better paper specs than a pro dslr from the time
Correct timing shots
what a fucken wannabe
Hey there everybody! I am considering an upgrade to the EOS 7d Mark II but I've heard that there might be some problems with using Sigma lenses on this Mark II body; especially the Sigma 17-50 mm f:2.8. Now the question is if any of you experienced or heard anything about this issues. Thanks!
Should I upgrade from my T1i to this?
Love British it’s remind me of Top Gear
What about it's battery life
What about battery life..??
Hi there! Where can I buy used canon 7D Mark II till arrive in Mozambique?
There is no need to have the latest cameras, just the greatest and that is what the canon 7d2 is.
Hello mate my 7D mk2 is stuck on F22 any ideas
This camera is not relevant for 2020
You better off go for canon 90d
The match batter video features
And picture quality!!!
I’m looking to upgrade from my 1300d and I practically discounted the 7d m11 due to its age and even more so that I don’t believe it has a flip out screen, not important for most but to me for some of my Street Photography it is something I was looking for as I’m registered disabled. I say registered disabled as I don’t like saying disabled as I’m nowhere near as disabled as it sounds, yes I have mobility issues, use a stick and have various other problems, one being the fact I have trouble bending down to much and my balance. I was known for my Low Point Of View shots which started from a shot taken whilst being sat on my mobility scooter which is out of action for the time being, hence the need for a flip out screen but after thinking about it, “how often would I use it”. Not that much really
, so I wonder if the 7d m11 would be a good bet for me? Also, I’m unable to work so budget is tight so once I buy my next camera it needs to last me a good few years.
Do you think the 7d m11 would be a good fit for me?
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a question, in continuous mode allservo in live mode the need to always be with your finger in focus? obrg for the video
2:45 - *Rob Barret from Cannibal Corpse?* LOL.
The variety of APS-C lenses is very poor in comparison to that of full frame lenses. The Canon 7D Mark II is a premium APS-C dSLR and it is too good for most APS-C EF-S lenses. So full frame EF lenses will be mostly used with this camera. The full frame telephoto lenses are benefited by APS-C lenses because their focal length is increased. That's why the Canon 7D Mk II is very popular with wide life and sports photography.
However the reverse happens with full frame wide lenses on APS-C cameras. Their wide angle advantage is lost.
i have this camera it is the worst piece of shit i own
i just baught my first camera i concider good. a 70d. was as much as i could afford with 2 good canon lenses, a macro and telephoto. soo excited. but the video editing seams really freaking expensive to get into, why do i have to pay adobe 40$ a month just to video edit, IS stupid. What i dont like about the mark2 is you cant pivot and move the lcd, the 70d was suppose to get a firmware upgrade to let the wifi and video funcion to work. i dont know if that was ever released.
Im trying to find a camera for shooting airplanes and this one seems to be really good
What lens are you using??? Tell me bro
Came across this video because I am researching for a camera in this class, and I have specifically in my sights this and the Nikon D7200.
I see you have fearlessly doused the camera with water, but I also see a 35mm [i.e. designed for a “full frame” sensor — I am not referring to the lens focal length, here] *_L [i.e. weather sealed]_* lens mounted on it.
What has me baffled is this:
Everybody is going ecstatic about how the 7D MkII is indestructible and how good the weather sealing is, however, when it comes to lenses, *_I have noticed that none of the Canon APS-C lenses has even a mount gasket for rudimentary dust and moisture protection [let alone weather sealing], while all of the Nikon APS-C lenses that matter do,_* and, as I understand it, a weather sealed camera must be paired with a weather sealed lens, in order to confidently be used without issues in adverse weather conditions.
Which of the two [Canon 7D MkII or Nikon D7200] would you recommend/pick up for shooting sports, wildlife, landscape… in a misty morning or evening or during a mild drizzle or near the sea or a lake, river or waterfall, in a forest, in a dry desert [think Sahara, Arizona, Utah]… with a gentle to moderate breeze, and, equally importantly, with which wide angle zoom, standard zoom and telephoto zoom *_APS-C_* lenses? Does the lack of a mount gasket affect Canon weather sealing — *_and if not, how come?_*
Being as specific as possible, *_also, possibly, mentioning reliable sources of information on the subject,_* would be appreciated.
Also, dynamic range-wise: does the Canon DPAF have anything to do with the 7D MkII [and other Canon DSLRs’] worse dynamic range, compared to that of the Nikons [the D3300 that you mention in this video and the D7200 that I am interested in]?
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I still have my 7DII 4 years on and its been saturated with rain, salt spray, had a rough life in Aussie heat and cold yet still produces the goods. Yes the images can be soft in crap lighting but a little basic editing in lightroom and its fine. Its been a great partner to my 5DIII and as Im hearing there will be no 7D3 I think I will hang onto it. I've seen images in print taken by both the 7DII and the D500 and to be honest cant pick which camera took what, a lot has to do with the photographer and their editing skills, I will say that its a workhorse, not perfect but certainly never lets me down
Canon is best for portraits & video and Nikon wins for wildlife & landscape. CANON 5D MARK III STILL A LEGEND, NIKON D500 WILL BE LEGEND.
This is one of the best test videos I've ever seen, the video quality is awesome
I have a 7d and 24-105 4 as my main lens should i upgrade to a 7d mark ii or invest in more glass like 70-200 f4 is.
WHat jacket is he WEARING?
What jacket is he wearing.
Re: Camera straps--consider your investment 7D Mark 2/70-210 f28--give or take $5000.00 Overlooking a ferryboat's railing--somebody bumps you--result--$5000.00 loss--it can happen--Learn to trust a strap
Don't you just love it when big youtubers present false information ? Because they don't understand basic things like the fact that Canon and Nikon are processing images differently and that can give the APPEARANCE of one having better dynamic range than the other. Canon is well known for having more contrast in their color profiles than Nikon has and that obviously cuts down on the APPARENT dynamic range contained in the images, because that affects the way you make your exposure in the first place. But if you understand this aspect then you can setup Canon cameras in such ways that you'll get more dynamic range out of the sensor, by simply dialing down the in-camera contrast at the time of the exposure. Then you'll see that in fact Canon and Nikon are neck in neck when it comes to dynamic range. Or for example load the Technicolor Cinestyle color profile on a Canon camera to see the real dynamic range the sensor is capable of and then compare it to any Nikon camera from the same category. Not only that it will match it, but most likely it will also surpass it. It is simply a myth that Nikon sensors have better dynamic range than Canon sensors, myth kept alive and promoted by people who fail to realize that when comparing two different systems you can't be possibly comparing the same exact luminosity/color science behind the raw files. It is simply a software issue, not a real hardware problem.
Jesus, that shot at 2:45 is bleak.
which lens did you use during video time?