The Canon EOS 7D MK II is expected to be announced sometime in the future, when exactly remains unknown. However for those looking forward to hearing more about the successor to the EOS 7D, the folks at Northlight have managed to get their hands on what seems like alleged specifications of said camera. Keep in mind that these are alleged specs and might not necessarily be the real thing, so approaching it with a hint of skepticism will probably go a long way preventing yourself from being disappointed.
So what are we looking at here? Well if the specs are right, the EOS 7D MK II will feature a 21MP APS-C sensor, an ISO range from 100-25,000, 10fps shooting, Full HD video capture with manual control, a single CF card slot, 19 AF points, phase detection for liveview and AF tracking, a 100% viewfinder, a 3.2” LCD display, GPS and WiFi connectivity and an alloy body with better weather sealing compared to the EOS 7D. These are somewhat believable specs but like we said, we cannot confirm them at the moment. However for those looking forward to the EOS 7D MK II, what do you guys think?