Last month it was assumed Canon would unveil their 60D successor, but this never happened. Since then we took a little look at why the new DSLR has yet to be announced, but we could have been wrong. We say this because it looks as though the Canon EOS 70D official debut could take place during a press event later this month.
While no invitations have been released just yet, Canon Rumors has it on good authority that invites will start to appear shortly. Over the months there has been a great deal of speculation as to the Canon EOS 70D specs, and it’s clear to see that the camera will get a much-needed bump over its successor.
However, from what we can make out from all the rumored Canon EOS 70D features, the only thing we can be pretty certain of is a 18 megapixel sensor, which is the same used in the SL1. Having said that, we are sure you have a few ideas of what you would like to see when the 70D is finally released.
As for the Canon EOS 70D release date, we cannot be certain when this will be, but we don’t expect it to be for several months yet. Although, there will be a few consumers who will not like this one little bit, as they believe there is now far too many cameras to choose from, but would you agree with this?
Personally this is a stupid rant, because you are not forced to buy these new models, and there is also nothing better than choice when it comes to choosing the right DSLR for you.
The Canon press event is expected to take place on April 23, 2013, so let’s hope we learn of the new features and also that all-important Canon EOS 70D price – that’s if the rumor is true.
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