Canon has replaced its EOS 50D DSLR camera with another one, the EOS 60D.
The new camera replaces the barely two-year-old camera and increases the megapixels to 18 million and sticks in an APS-C CMOS sensor. The DIGIC 4 processor is claimed to be capable of shooting up to 5.3 fps per second (handy for those speed shots of motor racing).
The ISO has also been extended with a range of 100 to 6400. On the back is a 3-inch LCD display. Memory card-wise it can take SD/SDHC and SDXC and there is an HDMI port for connecting up to an HDTV.
The camera also doubles as an HD camcorder. with full 1080p H.264 video recording up to 30fps as well as 720p capture at 60fps.
The main camera body goes on sale in October for £1,099.99 and you can use you old Canon lenses in it if you wish or buy some new ones.