Canon has announced the Studio Version of its popular EOS 7D DSLR camera, giving the camera some rather useful features that pros who are forced to share their camera would greatly appreciate. The camera features four levels of locks, allowing the camera’s owner to determine which functions and settings can be accessed and changed. Aside from that, the camera is capable of reading barcode information and storing it on the picture’s EXIF data. The EOS 7D Studio Version is currently available, and will set you back $2,599 for the camera and the WFT-E5A barcode kit, or $1,829 for the body only.
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