Canon EOS Rebel T7 Review

Canon EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens | Built-in Wi-Fi | 24.1 MP CMOS Sensor | DIGIC 4+ Image Processor and Full HD Videos

Canon Camera

Model NameEOS REBEL T7 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II Kit
BrandCanon
Form FactorDSLR
Special FeatureImage-stabilization
ColorBlack

About this item

  • 24.1 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor with is 100–6400 (H: 12800)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC technology
  • 9-Point AF system and AI Servo AF
  • Optical Viewfinder with approx 95% viewing coverage
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam

Canon EOS Rebel T7 Review

The Canon EOS Rebel T7, like its predecessor, the Canon EOS Rebel T6, is a poor and unimpressive entry-level model from a well-known company. The T7 has the potential to be an excellent digital camera, thanks to Canon’s expertise in the field of camera design. However, it lags significantly behind competing models. If you’re looking for a reasonably priced, entry-level SLR, the Nikon D3400 is a superior all-around choice that also happens to be less expensive. In terms of picture quality, it is somewhat superior, and it can autofocus while recording video, although not quite as smoothly as a Canon SLR or the majority of mirrorless cameras.

In the case that you’re dedicated to the Canon brand, the SL2 and T7i are both much superior cameras, albeit they’re a bit more expensive. When it comes to mirrorless cameras, the Sony a6000 is a good option since it offers excellent picture quality and fast autofocus while being compact.

When it comes to the T7, it seems as if Canon is content to rest on its laurels, which is a pity. Customers should be able to put their confidence in the fact that the world’s most recognizable brand in photography will provide a product that is at the very least comparable with other entry-level SLRs and mirrorless cameras. No one expects low-cost options to perform as well as professional cameras that sell for thousands of dollars more, but they should at the very least be on level with similarly priced alternatives. The T7, on the other hand, is an exception.