We reported last year that the Canon EOS 7D MK II could be announced in February of 2013, although given that we’re already in May, it’s safe to say that the camera has yet to be officially revealed. However according to a rumor from the folks at Canon Rumors, they claim to have been tipped off by one of their sources that it seems that the EOS 7D MK II will not be announced in 2013, but will instead be announced in 2014 instead, and that the only DSLR still on track from Canon would be the EOS 70D. We’re not sure what’s up with the delay, but then again since it was a rumor to begin with, it’s a bit hard to be bummed out by a camera that may or may not even exist!
We’ve come across its alleged leaked specs in the past, which according to the rumors then, the camera would come with a 21MP APS-C sensor, Full HD video recording, GPS and WiFi connectivity, 100% viewfinder, better weather sealing and more. However since the camera is rumored for a 2014 release, we wonder if Canon has any plans to make changes to those specs from now until then.