Canon EOS 70D Camera – Black (20.2MP, 18-55mm IS STM Lens) 3.0 inch LCD

November 25, 2014 - Comment

Product Features Record every detail with 20.2 megapixels Shoot fast paced action with advanced 19 cross-type AF system Capture the moment at 7fps Fast Movie focusing with Dual Pixel CMOS AF Control your camera remotely and share images with built-in Wi-Fi You can post this "Canon EOS 70D Camera – Black (20.2MP, 18-55mm IS STM

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Product Features

  • Record every detail with 20.2 megapixels
  • Shoot fast paced action with advanced 19 cross-type AF system
  • Capture the moment at 7fps
  • Fast Movie focusing with Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • Control your camera remotely and share images with built-in Wi-Fi

Comments

Antoine Camilleri says:

Best EOS all rounder Being an avid Canon EOS fan, I was so excited when this camera was announced.Most of the very helpful reviewers here on Amazon go in great detail, so I will leave this review short. The specifications can seen on many websites, so its useless to copy and paste!!Yet I will try to highlight certain key points.This camera is a first in offering true and effective video implementation (with unparalleled autofocus on dSLR cameras). Modifications to the body will appeal to videographers. The 70D takes the good of EOS series cameras and introduces a new awesome sensor. I have tested the camera for a few days and there are many things I like about it. Image quality is nearly on par with the best EOS offering. The articulated touchscreen is responsive, yet awkward to use whilst taking videos due to camera weight. As for stills, the fast and responsive touchscreen is a joy to use!! Once I got used to navigating the intuitive touchscreen, I really wished I…

Electronics & Photo Fan says:

Great upgrade Update 2/11/2014I have just finished testing a couple of lenses using the centre focus point only, and am pleased to report that the focus seems just fine. I still have two more lenses to test. The equipment I used was somewhat rudimentary but did the job. With the laptop placed on the table I leant my laptop screen back at an angle of forty five degrees (I measured it) and balanced a calibration chart on the slightly protruding screen frame and placed myself level with the target….This is an upgrade to my 550D with the Magic Lantern firmware installed (the camera is still in regular use and will continue to be). If you can’t afford a 70D then consider picking up the 550D and put Magic Lantern on it, which unlocks some high end features such as focus peaking and zebras and an audio meter for video. You will be glad you did.My 70D though is superb. I wanted, though couldn’t afford full frame, so went for this as an alternative and am…

Mr Baz says:

Probably Canon’s best DSLR to date But with some caution in reference to stills shooters, whilst this is a step up from the 60d in a good number of ways, I think it’s really most appealing to people who have a fairly serious interest in video.I’m by no means a pro level video shooter, but was quite impressed with how Canon have implemented the much talked about phase detect AF off the “sensor”. I’ve used the 7d and 60d bodies on and off for a few years, and the 70d is one of the better Canon offerings for some time.My pros and cons listPros:+ Happy with the build quality, no it’s not magnesium alloy, but good quality plastics and a strong solid feel+ On sensor phase detect works really well, it’s not “as fast” as using the optical finder but it’s heaps faster than the very slow off sensor contrast AF on previous Canon DSLR’s. It’s quite capable of tracking movements well+ Buffer is quite decent for this class of camera. I got about 14-15 shots in raw with a SanDisk…

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