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Canon's EOS 70D DSLR focuses on clear, sharp video

Jackie Dove | July 3, 2013
Canon is blurring the lines between still cameras and camcorders with brand-new autofocus technology.

Sharing and LCD touch
The EOS 70D also uses Wi-Fi and NFC to share images to iOS or Android mobile devices, for posting online. Add Canon's EOS Remote app (for iOS and Android) and you also get wireless remote control over shutter release, exposure, focusing, and other settings.

Touch capability has now arrived on the EOS 70D's 3-inch, 1040K-dot Vari-Angle LCD display. The adjustable touchscreen is designed to facilitate better shooting and viewing from high and low angles, while an anti-reflective, smudge-resistant coating offers the clearest view.

The Canon EOS 70D will be available in late August in body only for $1199, with the 18-55 STM lens for $1349, or with the 18-135 STM lens for $1549.


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