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Canon EOS 70D
The Canon EOS 70D Digital SLR Camera is the stylish successor to the Canon EOS 60D. With its 20.2 Megapixel APS-C CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 5+ Image Processor, high-resolution images are guaranteed, whether you're shooting at a wedding or taking snaps of the family during the holidays. If you struggle to take crisp shots in low-lighting conditions and don't want to carry external flash, the 100-12800 ISO sensitivity will quickly become invaluable! With HD 1080p and SD video recording supported, capturing video is a breeze, and you can share your photos and videos instantly thanks to the integrated Wi-Fi. The Canon D70's exposure settings can be remotely controlled using the free Canon EOS Remote App for iOS and Android, for perfect results every time.
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Learn about the Canon EOS 70D
Take your first steps into the world of DSLR photography or upgrade your Canon 60D body with the Canon EOS 70D Digital SLR Camera. The Canon 70D adds several new features to its predecessor, including sensor-based autofocus and in-built wireless technology, with the ability to control the camera's exposure settings remotely using the free Canon EOS Remote App for iOS and Android, a useful additional feature that will be appreciated by photographers of all levels.
Whether you're shooting HD or SD video, this Canon 20 megapixel camera has Dual Pixel CMOS AF, which allows the Canon D70's autofocus to function smoothly; it also means the camera is able to focus faster, so you'll never miss a shot, making this camera the ideal choice for sports events and family gatherings.
One of the key highlights of the EOS 70D is its flip-out high-resolution 3.0” touch screen, which makes it easy to control stills and video using the screen rather than the on-camera controls. This is a feature only available on the latest cameras, and it's well worth having.
With its in-built Wi-Fi, the Canon EOS 70D Digital SLR Camera can be easily connected to a Local Area Network (LAN), allowing files to be seamlessly transferred between two compatible Canon cameras. You can even upload images using Canon iMage Gateway and print them, with no PC in sight! This feature ensures the Canon 70D will be the preferred camera body of choice for professional photographers shooting on location or anyone looking to minimize their kit – you'll wonder how you ever managed without it!
Sound and video
If it's full 1080 HP video you're looking to shoot, the Canon EOS 70D won't let you down there either, with features such as 64 sound recording levels, an in-built stereo mic and 3.5mm jack. SD video is supported too and the short 'Video Snapshots' feature allows you to record and combine clips, no editing required!
The Canon 70D offers photographers a range of shooting modes – the hand-held night scene mode allows users to take four shots using fast shutter speed and reduces camera shake, so you might even find yourself shooting without a tripod. The features on board are designed to make your life easier, so you can shoot in any light conditions, at any time of day with just the camera and no need for additional equipment. For all these modes and other features, users can refer to the Feature Guide on-board help system, a must for those acquainting themselves with using a DSLR for the first time.
The Canon EOS 70D body from Adorama comes with everything you need to get started, including a wide camera strap, body cap, eyecup EB, battery pack LP-E6, battery charger LC-E6, USB interface cable IFC-400PCU, EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk, full instructions and a Canon 1 year warranty. Why not purchase an extended warranty bundle from Adorama?
From the Manufacturer
The Canon 70D introduces a handful of key new features that promise improved video quality, much faster and more decisive autofocus, built-in Wi-Fi, and higher resolution. Let's take a closer look at the Canon EOS 70D
The big technology leap for the Canon EOS 70D is its sensor-based autofocus. Called Dual Pixel CMOS AF, this technology was made possible by reworking the design of the sensor. Instead of offering one photodiode per pixel, the 70D's sensor has assigned two photodiodes per pixel. This allows the camera to simultaneously capture light and perform phase-difference detection autofocus. What this means to the average user is that the camera should be able to focus faster and more accurately, and for full autofocus to operate smoothly and accurately while shooting videos.
A second big new technology (for Canon's APS sensor lineup) is the addition of built-in wireless technology. The camera's exposure settings, such as aperture, shutter speed and ISO, focus, and shutter can be operated wirelessly using an iOS or Android smartphone with the free Canon EOS Remote app. Users can shoot remotely from a distance, even in Live View mode and remotely review images stored on the EOS 70D from their smart phone or tablet.
Still images can be transferred between two wireless-enabled Canon cameras over a Local Area Network (LAN) and can be uploaded via Canon iMage Gateway and printed directly from a wireless PictBridge printer without the need for a PC.
The EOS 70D camera's 20.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the highest-resolution APS-C sensor to date, records 5472 x 3648 pixels and offers 14-bit signal processing for what Canon claims is improved tonal gradation. Canon says the new 5+ Image Processor will yield improved data processing speeds, greater noise reduction, and real-time compensation for chromatic aberration.
Canon claims the 70D will record up to 16,384 colors per channel thanks to its 14-bit analog-to-digital conversion, and the camera has a wide ISO range of 100-12800, expandable to 25,600 in H mode. The company claims improved noise reduction and better performance in low-light shooting.
HD Video Improvements
Canon's claim for the 70D is that its HD video performance rivals that of camcorders. The camera offers All-I and IPB compression, supports H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile, and automatically splits files greater than 4GB (FAT specifications) for extended recording without interruption. It offers the option of time coding during recording only (Rec Run) or at all times (Free Run), which is useful for multi-camera shoots.
There's a built-in stereo mic, 64 adjustable sound recording levels, and the camera has a 3.5mm mic jack. The camera can also record "Video Snapshots"-2,4, or 8-second video clips that can be combined into a highlights album without the need for editing.
Viewfinder and LCD
The Canon EOS 70D features a high resolution (over 1 million dots) flip-out touch screen which lets users control the camera for stills and video from the screen. The eye-level viewfinder is an optical finder with a superimposed LCD display that superimposes focus points, grid lines and other compositional tools as well as exposure information over the optical image-a feature that can be turned on or off.
Special effects and modes
The Canon EOS 70D offers a wide range of shooting modes and effects, including High Dynamic Range covering a range of plus and minus 3 stops, multiple exposure mode up to 9 images in RAW and JPEG, a handheld night scene mode that combines four shots at fast shutter speed to reduce camera shake, HDR backlight mode, and seven creative filters: Grainy Black and White, Soft Focus, Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect, Miniature Effect, Art Bold Effect and Water Painting Effect. Each of these effects can be applied at three levels of opacity.
Other effects include multi-shot noise reduction: the camera captures four images in quick succession, merges and aligns them to reduce noise. A Lens aberration correction tool corrects for vignetting and color fringing. The camera has an on-board help mode called Feature Guide, which briefly describes each mode. It is compatible with the optional Canon GP-E2 GPS receiver.
The Canon 70D is commonly used for Family photos, Landscape/scenery, Low light, Sports/action, Travel, Video, Weddings, Wildlife and more.The Canon 70D is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Photo enthusiast, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Canon 70D is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon 70D: Easy to use, Excellent image quality, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Fast shutter speed, Good battery life, Good image quality, High ISO performance, Image stabilization, Large clear LCD, Lightweight/portable, Nice features/settings, Quick start-up time, Quiet, Simple controls/menu, Solid operation, Superior build quality and Tilt /swivel LCD
Most Liked Positive Review
Just buy it, really
If you are looking for an SLR to use for both stills and movies, this is it. Wait no longer. This will be a short review, since I've only had the camera for literally hours, but I'm so impressed with it. The movie mode, along with the dedicated button for that, is so good I can't think of a way to improve on it. I started my Canon journey with an ELAN 7 film camera years ago, went to a 10D digital. Was very happy with that, so next came the 40 D. Wonderful step up. Then upgraded to the 60D be...View full Review
If you are looking for an SLR to use for both stills and movies, this is it. Wait no longer. This will be a short review, since I've only had the camera for literally hours, but I'm so impressed with it. The movie mode, along with the dedicated button for that, is so good I can't think of a way to improve on it. I started my Canon journey with an ELAN 7 film camera years ago, went to a 10D digital. Was very happy with that, so next came the 40 D. Wonderful step up. Then upgraded to the 60D because I wanted to be able to use an SLR for movies. I was never really happy with the 60D for movies (wonderful for stills, though). Having to turn a dial to get into video mode was a pain, and the lack of autofocus turned out to be too much of a drawback to be practical FOR ME. Now comes the 70D! I'm in heaven! The ease of use is absolutely wonderful. Autofocus is incredibly fast and accurate for stills, and so smooth for video. Canon has hit a high mark with this camera. Right out of the box, I put on my most demanding lens, the 85mm F1.8. That lens has always given me fits to focus, since the depth of field is so small wide open. The 70D hits focus instantly and perfectly every time. I'm seriously impressed. I may never buy another camera. Bottom line, if you've been waiting for a camera for video and stills, wait no longer. It's that good.
Most Liked Negative Review
Not for film, period.
This is a great camera for taking pictures, if you are considering this camera for videography it is a bad joke. I know by now you have seen all of the commercials and YouTube video's of how great the Autofocus is but it can't overcome the horrible aliasing that is prevalent in this camera. It is so bad I just threw out an entire days worth of shooting football games because I decided it wouldn't be horrible to tape in 60P. 24P looks fine, but if you expect to catch action 24P doesn't cut it....View full Review
This is a great camera for taking pictures, if you are considering this camera for videography it is a bad joke. I know by now you have seen all of the commercials and YouTube video's of how great the Autofocus is but it can't overcome the horrible aliasing that is prevalent in this camera. It is so bad I just threw out an entire days worth of shooting football games because I decided it wouldn't be horrible to tape in 60P. 24P looks fine, but if you expect to catch action 24P doesn't cut it. I bought the HFG10 a few ears ago (sold it) due to lackluster performance, I bought the Sx280 and it shoots great video but goes dead after 10 minutes of use due to battery issues, I am throwing my hands up and returning this unit as soon as possible. DO NOT BUY THIS CAMERA FOR VIDEO IT WILL NOT LOOK BETTER THAN WHAT YOU HAVE ALREADY, PERIOD. I am satisfied with my 60d and it has better video than the 70d, so what if I have to pull focus manually. Also the battery went dead before a one hour game was over so that is a deal killer also.
Reviewed by 173 customers
I have owned dozens of Canon EOS cameras but the 70D has a widely reported focusing defect when shooting with wide apertures. Unfortunately I didn't learn this until I purchased a Canon 50mm f/1.4 and started shooting with open apertures. Too late to return the camera, which I would do if I could. There are dozens of studies and tests on the internet which identify this problem but there is no reported solution anywhere. Canon has not acknowledged the product issue so no help there. Don't buy this camera if you ever expect to shoot wider than f/5.6 and don't want to have to manually focus all photos.
GREAT CAMERA. GREAT PICTURES.. Easy to use..great Quality
I waited a long time to buy this beause I wanted to see what the 7D mark II was going to be like. I really was looking for the articulated viewing screen as I do a lot of low level photography. Sorry, the 7d mark II didn't have it. However, I love this camera. It has a lot of reallly cool fun features that I enjoy experimenting with
Con: Noise in image (Grains) Lack of image sharpness in still photo (also after micro adjustment) No joystick No Firmware since long time Menu can still make easy More Custom menu needed Pros: Fast Focus Fast Shutter Speed Easy to use excellent Video
This is my first DSLR camera and I love it. when purchasing I have reviewed several cameras and got feedback from a lot of photographers. some of the features that the 70D has are great selling points for me. example, the Wi-Fi shooting and being able to take a picture and within a few minutes send it to my phone and post it on social media. this feature has also saved me from having to buy a remote shutter release because I can make changes and take control of the camera from the free app. the size and build of the camera are solid and perfect size for my hand. I purchased the camera to shoot photos underwater and have also purchased the housing required. Takes great photos and doubles as my walking around camera because of the high quality and ease of use. I have purchased several canon lenses now and they are all excellent quality. Great combination Canon glass with Canon camera. I am still learning to use the camera but I get better every day, love the file size of the raw format and touch screen for moving around and checking to ensure you got the shot. I will be a long time customer of Canon and I am now looking to purchase a full framed camera now that I know what I am doing.
Just got a EOS 70D replacement for my exhausted and now ancient, EOS 10D. While I knew, being many generations advanced, the 70D would be quite superior to my old camera, I am still greatly impressed with some of those changes. For one thing, I have poor eisight and I really like the new image control selection knob on the top left. The icons are clear enough for me to know what they are at a glance and I really like that it locks with the push button on top. On my old 6.3mp, 10D, I would often change the selection inadvertently. Also with the 10D's 6.3mp sensor, I used to have to carefully compose shots when I took them because cropping was very limited. Now, though I still compose carefully, the 70D's 20mp sensor allows me far more latitude in composition and I miss fewer good shots. The low light performance is excellent too and the higher ISO settings don't get nearly as grainy as my 10D did. The old 10D faithfully took nearly 150K images for me but it is now getting a much deserved rest. The 70D, is a dream machine.
First off, I am new to DSLR camera's but, I do have considerable experience with "point and shoot" and video camera's of various makes and models. I am impressed with the quality of this camera and the 18-135 and 50-250 IS STM lenses; along with the relative ease of learning to use these systems I have found it easy to produce wonderful, clear pictures even under the stresses of a new learning curve. I have done much research and settled on the 70D mainly for the fully articulated LCD and professional setting options as I didn't want a point and shoot version of the dslr. With less than 1000 shots taken; I am mostly on Manual controls with an occasional use of AV and TV settings. This is not to toot my own horn but to convey the ease at which this camera makes it possible to learn the concepts of photography. I love the fully articulated LCD and that it is a touch screen adds to its convenience of use. I find the over all lay out of all the function buttons convenient and easy to learn and to use. I love this camera and even with my limited experience; I can't be more pleased with the quality photos I can produce with it; and that I really didn't need to rely on the Auto function for good photos is a major plus. I think this is a terrific mid level camera for the enthusiast moving up possibly on their way to a Full Frame DSLR system. I have shot a limited amount of video; and it has very good clarity but at this point I have not shot enough to comment on this aspect of this camera.
I first started back in the 80's with a AE-1 as my first camera when I was in the Marine Corp. From there I became a Canon faithful. I really enjoy the EOS 70D and its easy handling. Digitial Photography is a wonderful thing to have.
This is my second EOS 70D. I bought this body as a back-up to my first 70D. As you can gather I love the 70D cameras.
I purchased this camera to upgrade from a Canon Rebel XT, which i have been using for many years. I absolutely love this camera it is has almost everything i would ever want. The quality and feel of the camera is excellent and the menu functions and accessibility are very good.
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