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The maximum burst is increased when shooting RAW images from
approximately 15*a to more than 25*b consecutive shots and, when
shooting RAW+JPEG (Large/Fine), from approximately 6*a to more than 17*b
consecutive shots. The increased maximum burst enables users to
capitalise on the EOS 7D’s fast continuous shooting speed of 8 approx.
frames-per-second, to ensure that fast-moving action shots are not
Support for the GPS Receiver GP-E2 (optional accessory)
When using the optional GPS Receiver GP-E2, firmware Version 2.0.0 makes it is possible to append images with the shooting location’s longitude, latitude, and elevation. Additionally, a separate log file is recorded, which tracks the route the photographer took, even though they may not have taken images during this time
ISO Auto Range Maximum setting
With ISO Auto, it is now possible to set a maximum ISO figure
from 400 up to 6400 ISO, in full stop increments. This makes it easier
for photographers to prioritise better noise control over blur-free
In-camera RAW processing
Photos that were captured at full size RAW can now be processed
in-camera, helping photographers to optimise their memory card usage
while on the go.
In-camera rating function
A five-scale image rating function has been added to help streamline image management.
JPEG images can be resized in-camera and saved as a new file,
useful when the photographer wants low resolution copies to email or
upload to the web.
Quick Control during Playback
By pressing the Q button during playback, photographers have
quick and easy access to functions such as rating, in-camera editing,
and configuring how the image is displayed.
Audio Level Adjustment
Videographers can now manually set the sound recording levels in
64 increments. This provides far greater control over how audio is
captured through built-in and external microphones, when capturing
Manual File Naming
Photographers can now set the file name prefix before capturing
images, helping them to categorise their images based on who they are
photographing or where they are, for example.
Faster scrolling of magnified images.
When checking focus at full magnification during playback, it is
now possible to scroll around the frame much faster, allowing the
photographer to be more productive.