Canon has announced an impressive firmware upgrade for its EOS 7D DSLR camera

 Canon has announced a comprehensive firmware upgrade for its (almost) three year-old 18-megapixel EOS 7D DSLR camera. An impressive list of new features includes higher maximum RAW burst rate, in-camera editing, user-definable Auto ISO and support for the company’s GP-E2 GPS Receiver.An upgrade to firmware v2 for the EOS 7D will add the same memory management algorithms from the flagship EOS 1 series cameras to improve the camera’s continuous shooting capabilities. It will also extend…

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Canon is rumored to be announced the replacement for its EOS 5D Mark II

 With Canon releasing its EOS 5D Mark II way back in 2008 – a lifetime in the world of digital cameras – rumors are circulating that the company has plans to announce its replacement early next week. According to Canon Rumors, the new model will boast a 22-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, a 3.2-inch LCD display, 100 percent viewfinder coverage, both CF and SD card slots, and the same 61-point auto-focus system found in the EOS-1D…

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