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Canon EOS 7D Gordon Laing, November 2009
 

Canon EOS 7D gallery


The following images were taken with a final production Canon EOS 7D, running firmware 1.0.9 and equipped with a Canon EF 24-105mm f4.0L IS lens.

The EOS 7D was set to Large Fine JPEG mode, Auto White Balance, Evaluative Metering, and the Standard Picture Style. High ISO NR and the Auto Lighting Optimizer were set to their default Standard settings. Image Stabilisation was enabled for all these handheld shots.

The individual exposure mode, file sizes, shutter speeds, aperture, ISO and lens focal length are listed for each image.

The crops are taken from the original files, reproduced at 100% and saved in Adobe Photoshop CS4 as JPEGs with the Very High quality preset, while the resized images were made in Photoshop CS4 and saved with the default High quality preset. The three crops are typically taken from far left, central and far right portions of each image.

Note: you may wish to open a number of galleries for direct comparison of detail and noise: Canon EOS 50D sample images, Nikon D300s sample images, Canon EOS 5D Mark II sample images, Nikon D90 sample images.




Landscape: 6.63MB, Program, 1/200, f9, 100 ISO, 24-105mm at 24mm (38mm equiv)

 
 
 


Landscape: 10.7MB, Program, 1/200, f10, 100 ISO, 24-105mm at 24mm (38mm equiv)

 
 
 


Landscape: 5.88MB, Program, 1/640, f8, 200 ISO, 24-105mm at 105mm (168mm equiv)

 
 
 


Portrait: 5.64MB, Aperture Pri, 1/1000, f4, 200 ISO, 24-105mm at 105mm (168mm equiv)

 
 
 


Macro: 9.09MB, Aperture Priority, 1/40, f6.3, 400 ISO, 24-105mm at 80mm (128mm equiv)

 
 
 


Indoor: 7.33MB, Aperture Priority, 1/15, f5.6, 400 ISO, 24-105mm at 24mm (38mm equiv)

 
 
 


Indoor: 5.42MB, Program, 1/13, f4, 800 ISO, 24-105mm at 24mm (38mm equiv)

 
 
 


Indoor: 6.54MB, Aperture Priority, 1/13, f8, 1600 ISO, 24-105mm at 24mm (38mm equiv)

 
 
 


Action: 7.92MB, Shutter Priority, 1/800, f7.1, 200 ISO, 70-200mm at 70mm (105mm equiv)

 
 
 

The sequence below was shot at 8fps, so the ten frames represent about one and a quarter seconds of action. We used Continuous AF with 19-point AF and the EF 70-200mm f2.8L lens.

       
                 
       


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