Photons to Photos has published dynamic range data from the Canon EOS R7 and added it to its database. It shows some nice improvements over the original Canon 7D (as well it should) and beats out the Canon 7D Mark II by at least a small amount across the board. It still has a way to catch up to the EOS R5 but seems to be mostly on par with the highest-end Canon EOS M system camera, the Canon EOS M6 Mark II.
The fact that the Canon EOS R7 presents almost (but not quite) identical dynamic range to ISO performance as the EOS M6 Mark II would ordinarily suggest that they might actually be using the same sensor, although Canon says that the sensor in the EOS R7 is completely new.
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