The Canon EOS 7D Review
Canon definitely was the market leader in digital SLRs for a long time, producing both consumer “crop frame” and professional “full frame” cameras.
Then, both Nikon and Sony started producing cameras that rivaled—and in some cases exceeded—Canon’s consumer offerings. The EOS 7D is Canon’s response to its rivals.
With 18 megapixels and a tough magnesium body, this camera definitely falls into a middle group of prosumer customers, including those that want something a step up from a consumer DSLR. In addition, it comes with an attractively low price tag. But does it steal the crown when it comes to APS-C format cameras?