The Canon EOS R7 is a great camera… that’s convinced me APS-C is not for me

    As a lifelong wildlife lover, I have always found (wild) animals very fascinating and capturing them with my camera is now my favorite pastime. So when I recently had the opportunity to hold the Canon EOS R7 (opens in a new tab) on a small whale watching excursion in Sydney, I was startled. I jumped on board equipped with RF 100-400mm f/5.6-8 IS USM (opens in a new tab) and RF 600mm f/11 IS STM (opens in a new tab) The lens comes with the camera and as I expected, the R7’s performance is absolutely amazing!

    It’s actually quite impressive what Canon has been able to do with its latest affordable, enthusiast-grade mirrorless camera – it does everything it says on the tin and does it well. . However, when viewing the results after returning home, I realized that an APS-C camera was not for me, at least not when I was trying to capture wildlife.

    So I have a request to Canon…can we get a full-frame version of the EOS R7? You know, something with a 32MP stacked sensor, image stabilization, fast burst rate, good buffer depth, great autofocus, and subject tracking performance? That would really be great.

    Shot with Canon EOS R7 + RF 100-400mm f / 5.6-8 IS USM (Image credit: Sharmishta Sarkar/Future)

    Why I want a 32MP full-frame mirrorless

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