The Canon EOS 7D MK II has yet to be announced, although if the rumors are to be believed, it seems that we can look forward to an announcement this year. In fact the latest rumor had us believing that CP+ could be the platform in which Canon unveiled the camera, but unfortunately CP+ has come and gone with no announcement of the device. In any case while we are waiting on an official announcement from Canon, additional specifications of the camera have surfaced, thanks to a media presentation for the Panasonic Lumix GH4 in which the camera was compared against other models from different manufacturers.
As you can see in the screenshot above, one of the compared models was that of the Canon EOS 7D successor, which is widely believed to be the EOS 7D MK II. There’s no telling if these specs are the official ones, so try not to read too much into it for now. According to the list of specs, the EOS 7D MK II will feature a 20MP sensor, an ISO range of 100-12,800 (25,6000 extended), shutter speed of 1/8000, quiet shutter mode, phase detect AF, 8fps continuous shooting, a 3-inch LCD touchscreen display, and just like the EOS 7D, the camera will be weather sealed as well. In any case we’re not sure when Canon’s next announcement will be, but we’ll definitely be keeping our eyes peeled for more info.