Superior Image Quality
The new APS-C sensor is designed to provide additional telephoto effect by increasing the focal length by approximately 1.6x while retaining its resolution of 32.5-megapixels, allowing even more creative freedom for post-processing.
The EOS R7 is equipped with a new approximately 32.5-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor combined with DIGIC X image processor, allowing for high-speed readout and high image quality.
With a wide normal ISO speed range of 100 to 32,000 (expandable to 51,200), the EOS R7 can deliver clean low-noise images even in low-light situations.
Equipped with 5-axis in-body Image Stabilizer (IS), the EOS R7 can achieve up to 8 stops of image stabilisation via Coordinated Control IS (when paired with a compatible lens).
Images rendered in 10-bit HDR PQ have a higher dynamic range with beautiful gradations, especially in highlights areas.
Achieve greater gradation when using Auto Lighting Optimizer and Highlight Tone Priority with HDR PQ.
HDR PQ Composite
Captures a 3-shot HDR PQ in HDR mode as a composite in HEIF format.
This further expands the originally wide dynamic range of an HDR image.
The in-camera Digital Lens Optimizer (DLO) analyses aberrations, distortions and diffraction of compatible lenses. It then makes corrections to further enhance the image quality.
Up to 30 FPS High-speed Continuous Shooting
Perform high-speed continuous shooting at up to 15 fps with the mechanical shutter with AF/AE tracking, almost on par with the EOS-1D X Mark III’s capability.
The high-speed burst of up to 30fps with the silent electronic shutter is useful for situations such as concerts, interviews, and wildlife photography. Shutter sound can be activated for electronic shutter if required.
Corner-to-Corner AF Coverage
Powered by Dual Pixel CMOS AF II, the EOS R7 offers extensive autofocus coverage at up to 100% x 100%* of the entire image area when a subject is detected and high-density AF of up to 651 frame zones, making precise focusing and tracking of subjects possible even when they move to the edge of the frame.
*AF area coverage is dependent on the lens used. When no subject is detected, coverage is 90% x 100%