Looks like the floodgates have finally opened. At first it was only just a poster but then its now been followed up by a photo in which the box of the new Canon EOS 7D was snapped, it has revealed and now confirmed that the EOS 7D will sport an 18.0 megapixel sensor.


Here’s a quick quote of the rest of the expected specs…

…a 18MP sensor, dual DIGIC 4 processors, ISO from 100 to 6400 (and some crazy 12800 mode), a 3-inch LCD in addition to the 100% coverage viewfinder and of course HD video capabilities like its siblings…


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Both the Canon EOS Rebel T1i and the Nikon D5000 are the latest digital SLRs to be released this year by the two popular camera brands. While the Nikon D5000 is cheaper and does offer a fancy articulating display which always attracts that bit more attention, the T1i does offer more megapixels (15.1) and boasts full HD video capture.


Either way, both are not a cheap investment especially at this time and if you’ve been considering them, the specs comparison table after the jump may help you decide which would suit your needs best.

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The original Canon EOS 5D was the world’s first ‘compact’ full frame digital SLR. The new Canon EOS 5D Mark II offers some major improvements:  a new 21MP CMOS sensor, an expanded ISO range of 50-25,600 and a wealth of improvements and new features including full 1080p HD movie recording, live view, 3.0″ 920k dot LCD, DIGIC IV processor, increased battery capacity and sensor dust reduction.
Check out the following, the world’s first but unofficial Canon 5D Mark II (Beta Version) video produced by the guys at Akihabara.