Canon 70D vs. Nikon D7100: The ‘game-changing’ AF camera against the FX-rivaling prosumer DSLR


posted Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 8:40 AM EST


Two of the hottest APS-C DSLRs on the market are arguably the Canon 70D and the Nikon D7100, and if you're looking to upgrade your camera, you may be wondering which one of these cameras should you choose. If you've already accumulated a big collection of lenses from either brand, the decision becomes much easier, as it can be quite an expensive endeavour to switch. However, if you're ready to jump to the "dark side" (from whichever side of the fence you currently site) or you're upgrading from a compact camera, we're here to help with our in-depth editorial comparison review of the Canon 70D vs. Nikon D7100.

If you're in the market for an enthusiast level APS-C DSLR, the Canon 70D and the Nikon D7100 are two of the top choices. While these two cameras sit in relatively the same spot in their respective product lineup at similar price points, there are some notable differences that cater to different users. And while the exterior ergonimics, as well as size and weight are relatively similar, it's the under-the-hood features that set these two apart. 

The Canon 70D or the Nikon D7100: Which one would you choose?

We've published detailed reviews both of these cameras, and we've now written an expanded head-to-head comparison for these two cameras. In our Canon 70D vs. Nikon D7100 comparison, we go beyond simple specs comparison and take a close look at both cameras incorporating what we discovered about the handling and the performance of these prosumer cameras from our detailed lab testing and real-world Shooter's Reports. 

Ready to upgrade your camera, but don't know which one of these to buy? Read our Canon 70D vs. Nikon D7100 comparison for the answer!

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