EOS R technology meets APS-C design, for a hybrid mirrorless camera that’s small, fast and powerful.
Continuing the legacy of our formidable EOS 7D series cameras, the EOS R7 packs state-of-the-art performance and ferocious speed into a next-generation mirrorless EOS R Series body.
The EOS R7 is built around an APS-C sized sensor, so lenses offer 1.6x more telephoto reach than the equivalent focal length on a full-frame camera. You’ll feel like you’re right next to your subject, able to capture frame-filling animal portraits and powerful action pictures that are full of impact.
AF that recognises and tracks people, animals and vehicles
Plus 30fps bursts with the camera’s electronic shutter4
The ideal balance of resolution, speed and low-light performance
Accurate focus in low-light conditions
Standard maximum sensitivity
For super smooth motion9
Body and lens stabilisation working together for up to 7 stops3 of protection from camera shake
With up to 120fps refresh rate10
Take a different view of your subject
Responsive control and minimal EVF lag
INTRODUCING THE EOS R7
With deep learning AI & subject recognition
For 7 stops3 of protection from camera shake with RF-S 18-150mm F3.5-6.3 IS STM up to 8 stops13 with other RF lenses
The perfect photographic moment can last just fractions of a second, which is why we designed the EOS R7 to be exceptionally fast
Photos and video that defy expectation
New features, instinctive feel
Share, send, stream and process
We’ve given the EOS R7 deep learning AI and iTR AF technology you’ll find in our EOS R3, EOS R5 and EOS R6 cameras. This means it can recognise people, animals and vehicles and keep them in pin-sharp focus wherever they move in the frame.
Wildlife photographers will love how the camera recognises birds in flight, keeping them sharp as the fly across the landscape. Sports photographers will relish the ability to track people as they move quickly and unpredictably – even when they’re wearing a helmet, looking in a different direction or turning upside down.
The EOS R7’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF II focusing system covers and tracks subjects over virtually 100 per cent of the frame 1 and ensures fast, accurate AF, even when light levels fall as low as -5EV 2 or with maximum apertures as small as f/22.
Imagine being able to shoot long-exposure photos handheld, intentionally blurring moving subjects without reaching for a tripod. Or capturing super smooth video while walking with the camera. The In-Body Image Stabilizer (IBIS) inside the EOS R7 unlocks all kinds of new ways to be creative and might just make you re-consider how you use your camera system.
The camera’s IBIS works collaboratively with the optical IS built into many of our RF lenses. Thanks to the RF mount’s lightning-fast communication speed and wide physical width, up to 7 stops3 with the RF-S 18-150mm F3.5-6.3 IS STM and up to 8 stops13 with other RF lenses of stabilisation over 5 axes is possible, allowing steady handheld photography of long exposures without any camera shake.
And when you’re shooting with non-IS lenses (such as fast primes) the wide lens mount of the EOS R system allows the EOS R7’s IBIS to still deliver highly effectively stabilisation against camera shake.
The perfect photographic moment can last just fractions of a second, which is why we designed the EOS R7 to be exceptionally fast. Capture RAW, JPEG and HEIF files at a staggering 15fps6 – or up to 30fps4 when using the camera’s silent electronic shutter7 –with continuous AF and AE that reacts constantly as you shoot. A top electronic shutter speed of 1/16,000 sec reveals details that are often missed by the naked eye.
The camera’s DIGIC X processor delivers swift, lively handling and virtually eliminates viewfinder lag for a truly responsive shooting experience. Up to 42 RAW files and 126 JPEGs can be capture in a single 30fps burst.8
When shooting video, frame rates up to 60p are available in 4K, and up to 120p when capturing Full HD footage9. Captures moving objects with incredible precision and create super smooth slow-motion effects in post-production.
Whether you’re shooting stills or video, the EOS R7’s 32.5 megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC X image process deliver stunning results. The technical advantages of the EOS R system combine with our expertise in optics and sensor design, giving you image quality better than anything you’ve experienced before.
Photos are packed full of detail, colour and dynamic range – even in low light thanks to a max sensitivity of ISO 32,000. Very high-quality 4K video footage can be produced by oversampling 7K sensor output, while Canon Log 3 ensures wide dynamic range and post-shoot editing options.
Take your next creative steps with a camera that puts new technology at your fingertips, yet feels as familiar and instinctive as your DSLR. New design features – like the combined AF point selector and rear control wheel – are joined by classic EOS handling and instantly recognisable menu pages, so you’ll feel at home right from the start.
Even the stunning 120fps10 2.36-million dot electronic viewfinder has an OVF Assist mode, which will help those transitioning from DSLR cameras.
A Vari-Angle LCD screen makes it easy to shoot from difficult angles. Vertical video recording is also supported, making it simple to capture stories for social media.
New design features include the combined AF point selector and rear control wheel.
The EOS R7 is built around an APS-C sized sensor, so lenses have more telephoto ‘reach’ than the same focal length on a full-frame camera. The smaller sensor format also makes the EOS R7 more portable – great when on wildlife trips, photographing air shows, or capturing the action trackside.
And talking of lenses, you can bring all of your existing EF and EF-S lenses to the EOS R7 via a choice of Canon mount adapters, where they will perform just as you remember – if not better, thanks to the greater functionality of the EOS R System.
You can tailor the EOS R7 to work in just the way you want. Customisable dials and buttons complement custom shooting modes and a programmable My Menu screen.
The EOS R7 is a connected camera, able to work hand-in-hand with your smartphone, tablet or computer via the Canon Camera Connect app. A Bluetooth Low Energy link maintains a connection with your smart device so you can browse, download and share full- or reduced-size images and video using Wi-Fi – wherever you are shooting. The EOS R7 is Made for iPhone11 too, so you can connect using a high-speed USB-C cable.
Update your followers on social media with exciting events as they happens, or send pictures directly to a client, if you’re working professionally The EOS R7 even makes it possible to live-stream video to YouTube5.
Built in Wi-Fi makes it easy to connect independently to our online gateway, image.canon, for seamless direct transfer12 of your images and video clips to cloud storage for review later. Transfer all images, so they’re ready and waiting for you when you get back home, or rate, select and transmit only those pictures you prefer.
We will achieve this by delivering an average improvement of 3% per year in the lifecycle CO2 emissions improvement index per product. Which if sustained would mean roughly a 50% reduction from 2008 levels by the year 2030. We recognise this to be in line with the level of reduction called for by the Paris Agreement.
We will continue to undertake target reviews from a long-term perspective as a way of checking our contribution to the realisation of a low-carbon society.
Everything you need to take your next steps in photography and video.
EOS R7 Camera Body
Camera Cover R-F-5
Camera Strap ER-R7
Shoe Cover ER-SC2
Battery Charger LC-E6E
Battery Pack LP-E6NH
Battery Pack Cover
User Manual Kit
Wide-Angle Prime Lens
Ultra-Wide-Angle Zoom Lens
Lenses for EOS R
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