Canon’s new flagship EOS camera is now available in two different models.
The first is the 60D, which is an upgrade to the older 70D.
The second model is the 70D XE, which offers some changes to the 70Ds’ features. Read more The 60D offers a range of improvements over the 70C, including a new front-facing sensor, faster autofocus, improved battery life and a few more lenses.
The 70DXE is the best of both worlds, with a few changes.
First up is the upgrade to Canon’s XE cameras.
This is a new camera, not a upgrade from the 70F.
The new XE is made of metal and comes with a much larger battery and faster autOFocus.
The camera’s sensor also has improved image processing.
The 70D and 70D XL offer more of the same features, including improved battery and higher-resolution sensors.
Both models are available now for $1,099.
A number of changes are being made to the new 70D, including an improved image stabilization system.
It will also support HDR, a feature that was previously exclusive to the EOS 60D.