Camera Overview

Announced in February-2018, Canon’s EOS Rebel T7 (2000D) is their entry-level DSLR for beginners and first-time buyers. It is a replacement for their Rebel T6 (1300D) featuring an upgraded 24-megapixel CMOS sensor from the higher up models. The T7 is sold only with kit lenses in the USA with no body-only variant available.

Experts' Opinion / Reviews

With an upgraded sensor over its predecessor, Canon Rebel T7 (2000D) now has a high-res 24-megapixel sensor that produces great images with good detail & color reproduction. It is also a very easy to use camera with a simple & logical control layout and has a decent battery life of up to 500 shots.

Although it has a great sensor, the T7 has an old image processor and a dated AF system with a slow burst speed of 3 fps. Its live view AF is sluggish and the LCD display is fixed with no-touchscreen. And while recording video, there is no autofocus and 1080p goes only up to 30p.

Overall, Canon T7 (2000D) is a good choice for anyone looking for an affordable entry-level DSLR and wants a Canon. If not, Nikon’s D3500 is a better choice.

Pros

  • 24MP high-resolution sensor
  • Good image quality
  • Easy to use
  • Good ergonomics
  • Logically laid out controls
  • Decent battery life
  • Canon's in-camera feature guide
  • Affordable

Cons

  • Old image processor
  • Dated AF system
  • Slow burst speed at 3 fps
  • Fixed non-tilting LCD with no touchscreen
  • Disappointing live view focusing
  • 1080p only up to 30p
  • No autofocus in movie mode
  • No 4K video

Camera Details

Canon EOS Rebel T7 / 2000D

Date

Feb 25th2018

Rating

10 Reviews
6.9

Pixels

24.1Megapixels

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Make / Model

  • Canon
    • EOS Rebel T7 / 2000D

Sensor Size

Camera Type

Key Specs / Features

Proprietary

  • Processor: DIGIC 4+
  • Lens: EF-S

Sensor

  • Pixels: 24.1 Megapixels
  • Type: CMOS
  • Size: APS-C

ISO Range

  • Native ISO: 100 - 6400
  • Extended ISO: 12800

Shutter Speed

  • Fastest: 1/4000 Sec
  • Slowest: 30 Sec

Focus

  • AF Points: 9
  • Cross-Type: Center

Continuous

  • Speed: Up to 3 FPS

Video

  • Full HD: Up to 30 FPS

Battery Life

  • Images: Up to 500 Shots *

Displays

  • Screen: 3.0" with 0.92 m-dot Fixed non Touch-sensitive LCD
  • Viewfinder: Optical

Features

  • IBIS: No
  • Wireless: WiFi / NFC

Interface

  • HDMI (mini)
  • USB 2.0 (Mini)

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