When it comes to software updates, it’s usually Android or iOS that first comes to mind. But in this day and age, phones aren’t the only devices that receive software updates. Case in point: Canon has announced they’ll be rolling out a software update for the CanonEOS 7D.
Firmware version 2.0.0 for the EOS 7D will be released sometime in August.
Once you update to the latest firmware, you can then take more photos in continuous shooting mode (25 shots in RAW, up from 15; 17 shots RAW+JPEG, up from 6) and use the GP-E2 GPS Receiver accessory with your trusty Canon DSLR.
But wait! There’s more.
Here’s a quick rundown of the other new treats this firmware update brings to the table:
Good stuff, indeed, but yeah, there’s still the waiting part to deal with.
But in the meantime, feel free to head on over here if you want to read up more on this upcoming and welcome update.
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