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Best Buy Canon 70d Body Only

This isn't the best Canon camera for video, as it can only record 4k with a severe crop, affecting everything from autofocus performance to video quality. So, if you are interested in video or vlogging, you're better off sticking to 1080p with this camera. Lens options are also more limited for Canon's EF-M mount. Despite its shortcomings, this is still a great choice if you're after simplicity and portability at a price that won't break the bank.

best buy canon 70d body only

Available since September 2013, the Canon EOS 70D is priced at around US$1,200 body-only. Two kit bundles are offered: one with the 18-55mm STM lens for US$1,350, and another with the 18-135mm STM lens for US$1,550. A dedicated 70D battery grip is also available for US$270.

The Canon 70D is a wonderful, capable digital SLR camera, and at a reasonable price since I intend on buying the body only; I have lens that fit Canon mounts. However, I wonder if Canon is ever going to make a digital camera that is weather and dust-proof such the Pentax K-70. Myself I have a Canon Rebel XS that I bought in 2009, and it serves me well. However, I am thinking of getting another Canon camera, but I am not yet certain of the 70D; if there are now digital cameras such as the new Pentax K-70. What outdoor photographers need is photo equipment that can withstand the elements of weather; to a reasonable, practical degree.

Hi Everybody,in the specs of the EOS 70D it says that AEB can be done within 3 with 2,3,5,or 7 Frames at 1/3EV or 1/2 EV.I only found means to do 3 Frames.Can somebody explain to me how to do more than 3 Frames or is it just a typo in the spec sheet ? (copy and paste from a Nikon Camera?

Hi Steve70DreinhardtIf "the same issues as everyone else is reporting" means focusing problems, read this.I have EOS70D + Sigma 18-35 1.8 lens and this combination has been difficult to focus right by using OVF. The reason is maybe fast lens & Focus Schift.I have solved the problem as following:In menu I put the focus point illumination on (red squares in VF activate themselves, when focusing is ok). Then I changed AF from one point focusing to 9 point focusing. Makeing this allowes the camera body to deside, which point are the best ones for focusing. Then I look at, that at least 3 points will be activated and if not, I make a new focusing untill it will happen. This way the body can choose best points for focusing (suitable amount light, contrast, details and colours). If I use one point focusing and choose the situation of the point by myself, it is maybe not good enough for the camera and then focusing is not ok.By this way I can shoot sharp pictures and misses are very few.

Well, it's kind of like buying a Toyota Camry or Honda Accord. They're comparable and either will get the job done. Both Nikon and Canon have have their followings. Look for features that you think you'll use: wireless, gps, video autofocus... (because image quality and lens selection are pretty much the same) Right now the most interesting lenses are being made by sigma, and the only camera body that stands out as being different is the sony a7.

The best i can gather this is indeed true. However, it may not matter to you. When I was looking for a new body I looked long and hard at the 70D and discovered this issue early on. At first i passed over this camera because of it; I didn't want and expensive camera that had a defect out of the box. However, the 70D seems to have everything else I want in spades, for my purposes is better than the 7D II (I have a T4i and love the articulated touch screen), and it's in what, for me, is a reasonable price range. But here's the thing. I don't own a lens that is wider than f3.5. Someday I may, but even then, I doubt I would use the wider stops. And, THIS PROBLEM ONLY SHOWS UP AT f2.8 OR WIDER, according to every discussion of it I can find. I can live with that just fine, but maybe it's not for you.Anyhow, my new 70D body just arrived at my door half an hour ago and the batteries are charging now. As perhaps you can imagine, I can't wait to try it out.

I own both the G7 and A7II. I also bought a Sony A7RII a few months ago; currently you can buy one for only $1,198 body only or $1,396 with kit lens which either way is a hell of a deal for a full-frame camera with 42 megapixels and 4K video.

The 80D and the 70D have a virtually identical body design. Both are built with polycarbonate and magnesium alloy. The only difference is the button layout and the fact that the 80D has a headphone port. 041b061a72


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