It was rumored the other day that Canon was preparing for a “big” announcement, although the exact details of that announcement still remains a mystery. However according to recent rumors, it has been speculated that perhaps during the announcement, Canon could also unveil a new camera, a possible successor to the EOS 60D in the form of the EOS 70D. While the specs of the camera remain unofficial at this point in time, leaked specifications might give us a clue as to what to expect.
For starters the EOS 70D is rumored to feature a 20.2MP CMOS sensor with Canon’s DIGIC 5+ processor. It will also sport a 19-point AF System (all cross types), 7fps shooting capabilities, built-in WiFi for wireless transfer of photos to another device, a 3” vari-angle touchscreen LCD, max ISO of 12,800, dual pixel CMOS autofocus which apparently will be 5 time as fast as previous EOS cameras in live view mode, full HD video, HDR, multiexposure mode and an LP-E6 battery, and it is also expected to be unveiled on the 2nd of July. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but what do you guys think? Like what you see so far, even if it’s just a rumor?
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