Canon EOS 7D Mark II + Tamron AF 18-270 mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD | 2 Years Warranty
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Canon EOS 7D Mark II + Tamron AF 18-270 mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD | 2 Years Warranty
  • Canon EOS 7D Mark II + Tamron AF 18-270 mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD | 2 Years Warranty
  • Canon EOS 7D Mark II + Tamron AF 18-270 mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD | 2 Years Warranty
  • Canon EOS 7D Mark II + Tamron AF 18-270 mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD | 2 Years Warranty

Canon EOS 7D Mark II + Tamron AF 18-270 mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD | 2 Years Warranty

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Chasing the ultimate photographic moment

Built for those with a love of speed. Be the first to capture the extraordinary, and grab the moments that other photographers miss. Whether it’s stills or movies, express your creative side like never before.

Capture the moment you want, no matter how fast the action

Shoot bursts of images at up 10 frames per second, with full autofocus and auto exposure. Responsive handling means you'll capture the split-second moment you are chasing, and a generous buffer lets you keep shooting without a drop in performance.

Seize the moment

The EOS 7D Mark II uses Dual "DIGIC 6" image processors to deliver a responsive performance. Minimal lag time when shooting means you'll capture fleeting moments with precision timing.

65-point wide-area autofocus

For pin-sharp focus while you shoot EOS 7D Mark II has 65 focus points track fast moving subjects. Each focus point is a 'cross-type'* meaning it can lock on to both horizontal and vertical detail quickly and accurately. To assist shooting in extreme low light conditions 7D Mark II can focus even under moonlight conditions where light levels can be as low as -3EV.
* Number of available AF point, cross-type points and Dual Cross-type AF points vary depending on the lens

AF Point Selection

Use all 65 AF points together, or group them into moveable zones that cover off-centre subjects. Alternatively, select just a single AF point to focus precisely on a specific part of the scene.

Advanced iTR focusing

The EOS 7D Mark II's iTR AF focusing system uses colour and face information to recognise and track subjects as they move around the frame. AF responsiveness can be customised using a simple tool which adjusts the focus tracking according to the shooting environment and subject, so that other objects passing momentarily in front of the subject don’t interfere with focusing.

Exhibition-quality prints

From wildlife to motor sports to street photography, a newly designed 20.2 megapixel sensor delivers results you'd be proud to see on the wall. Even in poor lighting the EOS 7D Mark II delivers photos and movie clips that are packed with detail.

150,000-pixel metering sensor, with IR detection


For consistent, accurate exposure metering the EOS 7D Mark II uses a 150,000-pixel sensor to split up the scene into 252 areas. Each one is analysed and the correct exposure settings are either set automatically or recommended to the photographer. Infrared light is measured as well as light in the visible part of the spectrum, for greater accuracy in tricky lighting conditions.

Superb performance in low-light conditions

When light levels drop, keep shooting without compromising your creativity. The EOS 7D Mark II delivers superb image quality at ISO sensitivities up to ISO 16,000 (expandable to the equivalent of ISO 51,200) – perfect for discreet street photography, freezing the action in difficult conditions, and even hand-held macro photography.

Versatile EOS design

From the street to the studio, the EOS 7D Mark II performs in every photographic situation. Its speed and precision make it ideal for sport and action, while its low light capabilities and built-in GPS make it a great choice for the travel photographer. The only question is, how will you use yours?

Weather sealing

When conditions take a turn for the worse, carry on shooting with confidence. Weather-sealed controls protect the EOS 7D Mark II against water and dust, and magnesium alloy construction adds durability.

Built-in GPS

The EOS 7D Mark II can geotag images and movie clips with your exact position wherever you are in the world. Record longitude, latitude, elevation and compass direction as well as coordinated universal time.

High dynamic range (HDR) mode

When shooting in high-contrast conditions, HDR shooting helps preserve detail in dark shadows and bright highlights. In quick succession the EOS 7D Mark II captures three images at different exposures and blends them together for a natural-looking result straight from the camera.

Multi exposure

Create composite images in-camera by using multiple-exposure mode to layer images on top of each other.

Dual memory card slots

The EOS 7D Mark II has dual memory card slots, enabling automatic back up of files as you shoot, and extended storage capacity.

Timer shooting functions

A built-in interval timer allows images to be recorded at pre-programmed periods – a great way to record a slowly changing scene and create time-lapse movies. For extreme long-exposure photography, the EOS 7D Mark II’s shutter can be locked up in bulb mode for a specified time.

Advanced film-making features

Take your movie projects to the next level with industry-standard features. Enjoy shooting Full HD 'slow-mo' sequences at 60fps, and take control of audio with microphone and headphone sockets.

Full HD with slow-motion capture

Advanced video functions include Full HD (1080p) capture at variable frame rates up to 50 or 60fps - ideal for fast moving action or slow-motion footage that looks silky smooth, revealing the subtleties of motion on camera.

High-performance focusing for movies and Live View

For fast and smooth autofocus tracking whilst shooting movies or when using the Live View, EOS 7D Mark II includes Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. Each pixel features two photo diodes that can be read independently during autofocus or together to capture the image. The speed and sensitivity of focus tracking when shooting movies can be adjusted to allow slow pull-focus transitions.

Stay connected

A pure HDMI connection can be used to output Full-HD footage to external recorders, allowing the EOS 7D Mark II to fit seamlessly into professional video-editing workflows. Headphone and microphone sockets let you record a high-quality digital soundtrack, and silent controls allow you change the camera’s settings without producing distracting noise.

Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II PZD

One lens for every moment

Tamron introduces a new mega travel zoom with a focal range of 18-270mm. Tamron still holds the world record in the focal length range for SLR lenses1. The lens features a newly developed piezo ultrasonic motor, which ensures a silent, precise and extraordinary fast autofocus. Furthermore the unique ( VC) vibration technology was improved to allow for a more compact design. The lens convinces with its high level of usability, featuring a focal length range which covers just about every photographic situation. Its compactness and light-weight construction make it the ideal travel companion. The lens not only covers everything from wide-angle for landscape to tele for close-up photography, but also offers light-macro capability at a maximum magnification ratio of 1:3,8 throughout the focal length range, to magnify the small things in life.

1 As per December 3rd, 2010. The Tamron model B003 also has an equivalent focal length range of 18-270mm.
2 The Sony mount is not equipped with the VC image stabilization mechanism, as the body of Sony’s digital SLR cameras has a built-in image stabilization function. Consequently, the lens with a Sony mount is referred to as

Megazoom

A lens from the megazoom class allows you to capture a much larger area. Megazooms offer focal lengths from wide angles down to the telephoto range and are thus the lens of choice for most situations. As a result of their high level of flexibility, compact size and low weight, these lenses are particularly suitable for daily use as an all-round lens, as well as for vacations, activities requiring little baggage or for families with children and all their gear in tow.

Features and Functions
PZD

The Tamron Piezo Drive stands out due to its fast autofocus speed, extreme precision and ultra-quiet operating volume.


VC Image Stabilization (Vibration Compensation)

The tried-and-tested Tamron VC Image Stabilizer (Vibration Compensation) ensures this lens delivers sharp and shake-free images. This means that the lens is also perfectly suited for hand-held photos and low-light conditions.

Additional product features
VC (Vibration Compensation)

The VC Image Stabilizer delivers sharp and shake-free images, as well as a smooth viewfinder image.


PZD (Piezo Drive)

The Piezo Drive enables noticeably quick yet at the same time almost silent focussing.


ASL

Hybrid aspherical elements ensure unique image quality and compactness.


LD (Low Dispersion)

Lens element for greater image sharpness and the correction of chromatic aberration.


AD (Anomalous Dispersion)

Special glass for controlling chromatic aberration and improving the overall image performance.


Internal-Focusing (IF)-System

The extension length of the lens does not change during focussing and the close focussing distance is significantly reduced across the entire focusing range.


Zoom Lock (ZL) Mechanism

Protects against undesired extension of the lens barrel.

One lens for every moment

Tamron introduces a new mega travel zoom with a focal range of 18-270mm. Tamron still holds the world record in the focal length range for SLR lenses1. The lens features a newly developed piezo ultrasonic motor, which ensures a silent, precise and extraordinary fast autofocus. Furthermore the unique ( VC) vibration technology was improved to allow for a more compact design. The lens convinces with its high level of usability, featuring a focal length range which covers just about every photographic situation. Its compactness and light-weight construction make it the ideal travel companion. The lens not only covers everything from wide-angle for landscape to tele for close-up photography, but also offers light-macro capability at a maximum magnification ratio of 1:3,8 throughout the focal length range, to magnify the small things in life.

1 As per December 3rd, 2010. The Tamron model B003 also has an equivalent focal length range of 18-270mm.
2 The Sony mount is not equipped with the VC image stabilization mechanism, as the body of Sony’s digital SLR cameras has a built-in image stabilization function. Consequently, the lens with a Sony mount is referred to as

Megazoom

A lens from the megazoom class allows you to capture a much larger area. Megazooms offer focal lengths from wide angles down to the telephoto range and are thus the lens of choice for most situations. As a result of their high level of flexibility, compact size and low weight, these lenses are particularly suitable for daily use as an all-round lens, as well as for vacations, activities requiring little baggage or for families with children and all their gear in tow.

Features and Functions
PZD

The Tamron Piezo Drive stands out due to its fast autofocus speed, extreme precision and ultra-quiet operating volume.


VC Image Stabilization (Vibration Compensation)

The tried-and-tested Tamron VC Image Stabilizer (Vibration Compensation) ensures this lens delivers sharp and shake-free images. This means that the lens is also perfectly suited for hand-held photos and low-light conditions.

Additional product features
VC (Vibration Compensation)

The VC Image Stabilizer delivers sharp and shake-free images, as well as a smooth viewfinder image.


PZD (Piezo Drive)

The Piezo Drive enables noticeably quick yet at the same time almost silent focussing.


ASL

Hybrid aspherical elements ensure unique image quality and compactness.


LD (Low Dispersion)

Lens element for greater image sharpness and the correction of chromatic aberration.


AD (Anomalous Dispersion)

Special glass for controlling chromatic aberration and improving the overall image performance.


Internal-Focusing (IF)-System

The extension length of the lens does not change during focussing and the close focussing distance is significantly reduced across the entire focusing range.


Zoom Lock (ZL) Mechanism

Protects against undesired extension of the lens barrel.

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