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Canon 7D Mk II is announced and available for pre-order (1 Viewer)

HokkaidoStu

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Have to say it looks pretty good. The new AF, new sensor (will be closely watching reviews for info on that), AF at f8, dual memory card slots...................................I'll be getting one by the end of the year unless some horrible flaws come to light.
 

Ashraf Kotb

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I have the older version, and I'm eager to discover the new one with all the new features. I hope it would be much better than the original 7D in terms of AF "especially with 65 focus points", high ISO management, and image processing and color reproduction.

Will wait for a couple of weeks till the reviewers get their hands on it, and will then place my order.
 

MiguelM

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£1375 (including shipping) if you buy it from Holland.... Warranty will be valid in every European country, including Great Britain (Scotland too :p)
 

MiguelM

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I think the UK would add VAT and customs duty too.

Rob.
Customs? UK and Holland are part of the European Union, so no customs are applied

VAT? Already included in the price, so it won't get double taxed in the UK. European tax law
 

GYRob

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Customs? UK and Holland are part of the European Union, so no customs are applied

VAT? Already included in the price, so it won't get double taxed in the UK. European tax law

Thanks I was not sure about that when importing

Rob.
 

opticoholic

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Looks like a terrific birding camera.....and one that will make many Nikon users envious .... this one included ;)

YES. I'm a Nikon guy, but I want all you Canon photographers to buy these like crazy! Order 2 for yourself, and 3 more as gifts! I want this camera to break all sales records for Canon! Send those Nikon idiot bean-counting executives a strong message! Please!
:-O

Dave
 

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