Another Canon EOS M kit on sale at B&H: Get the Canon EOS M with the EF-M 18-55mm IS STM lens and the SpeedLite 90EX external flash for the fire sale price of $419 (click here). Black, white and red color options for the EOS M available. The kit with the 18-55mm and no flash sells for $349 (B&H | Amazon).
The EOS 70D has been designed for photographers who are keen to explore and expand their shooting possibilities. It is equipped with a range of Canon technologies that make it possible to capture a wide variety of scenes and subjects in outstanding quality. Central to this ability is world-first, Canon-engineered Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. Please click on the image above for a short film explaining the technology and benefits and read on for a detailed account of how this system works..
The following shops accept pre-orders for the Canon EOS 70D:
Andrew Reid from EOSHD posted a comprehensive review with lots of tech talk and details about how the Magic Lantern RAW hack performs on the since long discontinued Canon EOS 50D (here on eBay). The EOS 50D was never thought to shot video, although someone discovered it has a microphone socket.
If you are into this things, if you want to recycle your old 50D and start shot some video, then this review is for you. The hack is still under development, but it already works fine. Quoting EOSHD:
- Best of the APS-C Canons for raw video
- 14bit uncompressed raw video at up to 30fps
- Good flexibility in terms of resolutions and aspect ratios
- Useful crop mode with extremely high image quality
- Good dynamic range and low light performance
- Superb build quality and extensive manual control
- Extremely cheap on the used market and relatively common
- Well suited to anamorphic lenses
- Bonus H.264 1920x1080p recording mode
- 5D Mark III is superior
- Full sensor mode resolution limited to 1584 x 1058
- Requires anamorphic lens to get the best of the full sensor mode
- Moire and aliasing unless using 1:1 crop mode
- Although a cheap camera body, requires expensive CF cards
- Poor LCD visibility in strong sunlight
- No articulated screen as found on newer Canon DSLRs
- Glitchy exposure in crop mode, currently
- Currently some disturbing bugs such as incorrect black levels and magenta tints
The Canon EOS M kit with the EF-M 18-55mm IS STM lens is in stock at Amazon for ridiculous $349 (click here). The other seller that has both kits still on sale is B&H. Unfortunately the kit with the EF-M 22mm is no longer on sale for $299.
- Canon EOS M with EF-M 22mm f/2 STM lens for $349 (click here)
- Canon EOS M with EF-M 18-55mm IS STM lens for $349 (click here), also in white.