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Canon 7D Mark II, 750D, and 150D DSLRs delayed until Q3 2014
Replacements for the Canon 7D, Canon 700D, and Canon 100D are rumored to have been scheduled for a May 2014 launch. However, “manufacturing issues” with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology are said to be the main culprit behind the delay of the Canon 7D Mark II, Canon 750D, and Canon 150D DSLR cameras until Q3 2014.
New Canon 7D Mark II rumor reveals May launch date
The rumors concerning the launch of the Canon 7D Mark II are back once again! It seems like the upcoming DSLR is getting closer to its launch date, which is reported to have already been set by the Japanese company. According to the latest information, the EOS 7D replacement will become official in May along with a couple of lenses.
Canon 7D Mark II announcement date finally getting closer
The Canon 7D Mark II announcement date finds itself on the rumor mill’s front page, as the DSLR camera is rumored to be unveiled during the second quarter of 2014. This spring will finally bring a replacement for the 7D, featuring a hybrid viewfinder, along with an APS-C image sensor of about 25 megapixels.
Canon 7D Mark II coming this fall, 4K video camera sooner
Canon 7D Mark II is rumored to have finally had its release date set by the Japanese manufacturer. The DSLR camera will be announced and released on the market in fall 2014 as the “new benchmark in the APS-C segment”. Moreover, Canon will launch a 4K video recording camera at the NAB Show 2014 which takes place in April.
Canon 7D successor will be called EOS 7D Mark II after all
A Canon 7D successor will undergo further testing during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics as well as during the World Cup 2014 in Brazil. Sources are reporting that the DSLR camera will be announced in Q2 2014, while a release date is set for Q3 2014. Moreover, it appears that the DSLR’s name has been set, unlike its specs: Canon EOS 7D Mark II.
CP+ 2014-bound Canon EOS-A1 is actually a high-end APS-C DSLR
As if photography fans were not excited enough for the CP+ 2014 event, the rumor mill is claiming that the Canon EOS-A1 DSLR will be unveiled during the show. According to inside sources, the EOS-A1 will be released on the market as a high-end APS-C camera. Additionally, it is said to be the company’s “biggest change in history”.
Canon 7D replacement rumored to be announced at CP+ 2014
After the conclusion of the Consumer Electronics Show 2014, photographers are looking forward to another important event: CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2014. It is taking place in Japan in February and it seems like the Canon 7D replacement will become the company’s “biggest change in history” during this popular event.
Canon EOS 1 DSLR camera to become official at Photokina 2014
The Canon EOS 1 DSLR camera is rumored to be the company’s first strike at the big megapixel market dominated by the Nikon D800 / D800E. The Japanese maker is allegedly planning to introduce such a device courtesy of the Photokina 2014 event, which takes place next September in Cologne, Germany.
There is no 7D Mark II, but don’t rule out a Canon 7D C or 8D
Sources familiar with the matter are reporting that Canon is not developing an EOS 7D Mark II. Despite this tiny information, photographers should not rule out the possibility of an EOS 7D replacement, as a new flagship APS-C DSLR might still be released under a different name such as Canon 7D C or 8D among others.
Yet another Canon 7D Mark II rumor points at a 2014 launch
There is a new Canon 7D Mark II rumor circling around the web. There have been so many of this throughout the year that some people have lost track or grown accustomed with them, depending on situation. Either way, this novel information confirms that the DSLR camera will be announced and released during the first half of 2014.
Canon 7D Mark II to be announced in March 2014
There is a new Canon 7D Mark II rumor in town. The DSLR camera, which will serve as an EOS 7D replacement, is said to officially meet the public sometime in March 2014. After being rumored to be introduced this year, it is more than likely that the shooter is coming next year along with EOS 70D-like Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology.
Canon 7D Mark II launch delayed until Q2 2014
Canon 7D Mark II is a camera which has been rumored plenty of times before. Unfortunately, the DSLR has not been announced yet and it seems like its launch has suffered another delay, as the company is in no hurry to replace the 7D. According to new intel, the EOS 7D Mark II will be released on the market in Q2 2014.
Canon 7D Mark II rumor: camera will feature mutated 70D sensor
The Canon 7D Mark II is being rumored once again. Sources are confirming that the camera will feature Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, but the EOS 70D sensor will be altered, in order to better suit the needs of wildlife photographers. The rumor also says that the DSLR can do 12 frames per second and many other exciting things.
Canon to release EOS 7D Mark II in mid-2014
Although it has been rumored ever since the beginning of this year, Canon’s EOS 7D Mark II will not replace the current 7D model by the end of 2013. Sources are reporting that the company will not announce any new DSLRs this year, but new cameras, including the big megapixel one, are coming in the first half of 2014.
Canon 8D placeholders spotted at online retailers
The Canon 7D Mark II is rumored to replace the EOS 7D in early 2014. Information about the camera has been leaked several times, but everything we thought we knew may be wrong. According to a couple of retailers, the DSLR will be called Canon 8D and it will have an intriguing specifications list, to say the least.
Canon 7D Mark II price rumored to be $2,199
As the rumors for an EOS 7D replacement are intensifying, the latest subjects concerns the Canon 7D Mark II price. The DSLR is rumored to become available at a price of $2,199 sometime in 2014. Although the camera’s testing is not over yet, it appears that the company has chosen to add a 24.1-megapixel sensor into the shooter.
New Canon 7D Mark II rumors “confirm” 2014 launch date
A new set of Canon 7D Mark II rumors has surfaced on the web. It confirms that the EOS 70D will be the company’s last DSLR to be released in 2013, as the EOS 7D Mark II is coming in 2014. However, it will not reach its destination alone, considering the fact that two professional cameras will be unveiled, too.
More Canon 7D Mark II specs revealed ahead of announcement
More Canon 7D Mark II specs have showed up on the web, revealing that the camera will feature a new autofocus system, but not for the Live View, like the one found in the new EOS 70D. The same AF technology will be found in the 1D X replacement, sources say, but the shooters are still at least a couple of months away.
Canon 7D Mark II release date is 2014, not 2013 as previously reported
Canon has been long-rumored to replace the EOS 7D camera. The DSLR was supposed to be introduced in 2013, but it seems like the previous reports are false. Sources familiar with Canon’s plans have revealed that the company will release only the EOS 70D in 2013, while the EOS 7D Mark II will become available in 2014.
Canon 7D Mark II rumor “confirms” 21-megapixel sensor presence
Canon is working on a couple of new DSLR cameras. One of them is the EOS 70D, which should be unveiled on April 23, while the other one is the EOS 7D Mark II. The rumor mill says that the Canon 7D Mark II will feature a 21-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor and that the shooter’s launch is delayed due to component shortages.
Canon 7D Mark II “test” camera specs revealed
It seems like the rumors about Canon 7D’s replacement are intensifying. Usually, this is a good sign, as it means that we are approaching a product launch. The latest gossip talk about the EOS 7D Mark II says that the DSLR will feature a lot of novelties when compared to Canon’s other cameras, including a new AF system.