Canon has been playing the 'small steps' game with its EOS xxD line for quite some years, but as time passes by, so does the competition's catch-up game. The latest offering in the xxD line brings a slew of major and minor improvements, but is this enough to thrill the ever-more demanding consumer base?
"In terms of image quality the 70D is essentially on a par with its rivals. The Nikon D7100 captures a fraction more resolution but the 70D comes closer to
offering comparable low-light performance. This isn't enough to stop the Olympus OM-D E-M1 closing much of the gap on the Canon, despite its smaller sensor - leaving anyone without an existing investment in lenses with a tough decision to make"
The Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III is an engineering tour de force which, true to the EOS-1 legacy, redefines the state of the art in no uncertain terms. An entirely new 21.1-megapixel full-frame Canon CMOS sensor delivers astounding image quality and creates new photographic possibilities. . . . read more