Canon's 7D line of APS-C DSLRs were very popular during their time, offering many features and capabilities from high-level professional cameras in much more affordable bodies. The EOS R7 has continued that in the mirrorless age, and in the meantime, it has also brought with it a wide range of new features and upgrades that make it appealing for a lot of creatives. This great video review takes a look at the EOS R7 in a challenging scenario and just how far you can push those capabilities.
Coming to you from Brent Hall, this awesome video takes a first look at the new Canon EOS R7 mirrorless camera for wildlife photography. Wildlife work has long been one of the most popular applications for high-level APS-C cameras, as they carry the sort of advanced features (like high burst rates and refined autofocus) the genre demands, while the crop factor gives the photographer more reach without having to splash out on another often stratospherically priced lens. Nonetheless, it is a challenging genre that often pushes autofocus and high-ISO capabilities to the limits, making it a good test for a camera's abilities. Altogether, I think the EOS R7 performs admirably for the price, as long as you understand its operating envelope well. Check out the video above for Hall's full thoughts.