The Canon EOS 70D - A fast-focusing DSLR, perfect for enthusiasts
The Canon EOS 70D compiles excellent, strong build quality with some great user-friendly features to assert itself as a DSLR camera ideal for enthusiasts. Ready for speed, the 70D can shoot at up to 7 frames per second with very fast autofocus, even when using live-view or shooting Full HD movies thanks to dual pixel CMOS Af. The 70D is fully-equipped for portraits, landscapes, everyday snapshots and Sports, just to name a few uses.
Under the hood the 70D has the DIGIC 5+ image processor. What does this do? As well as powering the camera and keeping things moving quickly, it is responsible for image quality and low-light performance. The ISO range is 100-12800, equating to the camera being usable in all lighting conditions and producing the goods.
With a 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, this camera provides you with stunning high-detailed images and flexibility when it comes to cropping and re-composing.
Sports photographers will not be disappointed with this release. With a continuous shooting rate of up to 7 frames per second, you will never walk away from a shoot frustrated due to missing an important shot. AF speed also lends itself to action thanks to the 19 AF point system with excellent tracking for moving subjects. The 70D will help you to take sharp, well composed images of kids, pets and sports action.
A key highlight of the 70D is the dual pixel CMOS AF, which basically allows the camera to retain its speedy, sports-like AF speed even when using live-view mode, an area which has traditionally been a struggle for DSLRs. This feature carries over to video shooting, allowing the camera to be a highly versatile mixed media shooter. Videos are captured in excellent Full HD resolution and can be composed on the large LCD screen on the rear, which is also touch sensitive.
The Canon 70D negates the need to always be waiting with bated breath to upload your images to a computer. In camera editing has been improved with a host of exciting features, including HDR. Once you have completed the creation of your work, you can begin the transfer directly to a mobile device using the built in Wi-Fi. To further entice enthusiasts the Wi-Fi feature can be used to connect to Canon's EOS remote app - fire your camera remotely to explore long exposures, multiple exposures and improve your self portraits.