Affectionately known as the Canon EOS 2000D, the Canon Rebel T7 is one of the most capable entry-level DSLRs from the Japanese camera giant.
Targeting photographers looking for a basic, dependable and powerful DSLR with a cheap price tag, this camera offers an array of capabilities designed to assist novices to get the most out of their photography while maintaining a reasonable price. This isn’t a camera that’s packed with flashy features or gimmicks; rather, it’s a camera that has a strong foundation on which you may build your own artistic vision.
In addition to the DIGIC 4+ processing engine and 9-point AF system that are already familiar, the camera now records video in Full HD resolution. Also common among Canon’s entry-level DSLRs is the EF-S mount, which enables the camera to use the same collection of EF- and EF-S compatible lenses — not just from Canon, but also from a wide range of third-party manufacturers.
There are a few new enhancements as well, such as the 24.1MP APS-C sensor, which allows for a far greater and more natural separation between subject and backdrop than would be possible with a smartphone. And, of course, with the inclusion of Wi-Fi and NFC technology, Canon has attempted to make image sharing as straightforward as it is on a smartphone.