Canon EOS 70D

Canon EOS 70D

A new post has been published by Imaging Resource that explained the conclusions of their EOS 7D Mark II review. An extract of their post.

In terms of speed performance, the 7D Mark II is a solid performer. Shutter lag, cycle times and burst speeds are all very good based on our lab tests, and the generous buffer depth is also very welcomed. However, autofocus performance was not a clear-cut improvement over the original 7D. With the new iTR AF (Intelligent Tracking and Recognition) feature, which utilizes color information, face detection and other info from the metering sensor, the 7D Mark II provides greater focus accuracy, however that does slow down sheer AF speed (and burst rate slightly, too). Nevertheless, even in single-shot AF mode, which doesn’t use the optional iTR mode, we found the AF lag speed to be slower than the 7D and 70D.

Canon 70D Competitor   



Sony Alpha a77IISony Alpha a77II

Verdict: Based on image comparison and specification comparison, we recommend you to buy Canon 70D DSLR, however if you are a sports shooter and need a camera 7 with advance AF system and blazing fast continuous shooting speed we recommend you to go with Sony A 77II.

See more: Canon 70D vs. Sony A77II

Nikon-D5200-frontNikon D5200

Verdict: Based on Specification comparison review we recommend you to buy Canon 70D.

See more: Canon 70D vs. Nikon D5200



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