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Nikon D7200 vs. Canon 7D Mark II

Nikon D7200 vs. Canon EOS 7D Mark II 1We’re going to clash the two cameras Nikon D7200 and Canon EOS 7D Mark II to check out their performance in different features. We’ll see how they prove right to each other and it’ll only be cleared when we go through all their specs thoroughly.

Major Difference

Nikon D7200 vs. Canon EOS 7D Mark II Specification Comparison Table.

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Megapixel: Though Nikon D7200 using 24MP of resolution as well as enjoying APS-C ( 23.3 x 15.6mm)  and Nikon D7100 avails 20.2mp which is less than D7200 however Nikon D7200 produce more sharper and beautiful images.

Low pass filter:  Nikon D7200 will have a good ability to capture the more details of the images along with edge to edge sharpness due to absence of no low pass filter and on the other side EOS 7D Mark II packed with low pass filter so it’ll miss to get the actual sharper images.

Auto Focus –

The Canon 7D Mark II AF system is more advance compared to the Nikon D7200 , the AF module of Canon 7D Mk II features 65 AF point all cross type and on the other hand the Nikon D7200 features 51 AF point, 15 cross-type. Both camera support AF detection sensitivity down to -3 EV.

Advance CMOS AF sensor inside the Canon 7D Mk II

The Canon 7D Mark II sensor features Dual pixel CMOS AF sensor technology and on the other hand the Nikon keep its believe on traditional contrast based detection system

The 7D Mark II 3rd generation Dual-pixel CMOS AF sensor that will give you blazing fast AF speed while you are using display or shooting video, on the other hand the Nikon D7200 features contrast based AF system that … so Nikon D7200 the AF speed is slow [compared to 7D Mk II] while a you are using display of recording a video file.

ISO: To freeze the subjects moving in a dark light more easy and comfortable with Nikon D7200 due to its iso range whose limits upto 104200 as a result of which it provides sharp and magnified images and on the other hand EOS 7D Mark II can’t be good as D7200 as it contains upto the range of 51200.

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Shooting speed:  Canon EOS 7D Mark II will be more loyal in capturing much of the actions of the subjects with 10 fps but the D7200 consumes 6fps.

WIFI: Without any physical stress Sharing and transferring images is much possible through wifi and NFC in D7200 however there’s no facilities of wifi in EOS 7D Mark II.

Battery life: You can take 1110 shots by using D7200 but 7D Mark II can let you to take 670 shots only.

High ISO Test — of Canon 7D Mark II and Nikon D7200

The first High ISO test of the Canon 7D Make II camera is done by the imagine resource, take a look at the high ISO test images below…

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Image analysis – The Canon 7D Mark II images are bit soft compared to the Nikon D7200 camera, however the somehow Canon 7D Mark II sensor able to capture better red color pattern compared to Nikon D7200.

Verdict: The Canon 7D Mark II images are bit soft but it has advance AF system that includes 65 point AF system and Dual-pixel CMOS AF sensor and on the other hand the Nikon D7200 has weak AF system but tha images are bit sharp (thanks to the absence of low-pass filter). Personally I recommend you to go with Canon 7D Mark II, finally the choice is yours.

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