SLR Lounge has done an incredible job of not just reviewing the updated Canon 7D Mark II, but breaking the review into three very different reviews, tailored for a few different shooting styles. They have also reviewed it for the action sports/telephoto wildlife photographer, and the landscape or astro-landscape photographer. So, as you can imagine, this third review for the wedding shooter is very thorough.
They hit the pros: Image quality, build quality, focus quality, focus point-spread, wide-angle lens options, the meager weigh-in and the price.
And they hit the cons: limited high ISO flexibility, fewer options for super-shallow DOF, and the simple fact that it’s a crop-sensor camera (not full-frame).
We should probably leave the conclusion up to them, but we’re going to steal just a bit of their thunder here and just tell you. If you have plenty of money, buy a full-frame camera. Any one will do. If you don’t, maybe buy this nice crop-sensor camera and hope nobody teases you on the playground. Read the full review [here]. Also, in case the NINE links they provided aren’t enough, [here it is at B&H].