Canon presented yesterday the new and acclaimed EOS 70D, an APS-C camera dedicated to camera lovers. This body substitutes 60D in the Canon range, positioning itself between the Rebel T5i and the 7D. While the first is a fairly recent entry-level model, it is slightly changed with respect to the previous T4i and T3i. The 7D is an older model, with 4 years of age. However it belongs to a much superior category. Now it still is one of the best APS-C on the market, incredibly popular amateurs and professional, both in fields of photo and video. It has become even more attractive now that great deals can be found when buying it used. As long as the 7D model is not updated, which it’s presumed to be done by the end of 2013 and beginning of 2014, the 70D will have more space for action and will be better able to appeal to the taste of experienced amateurs with some new important features offered that the 60D doesn’t have. These are: Weather sealed body, better performance of AF module, higher ISO extension, faster burst, new menu with intuitive touch screen, and the revolutionary sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF.