Canon unveiled their EOS 60D successor today in the EOS 70D. The camera is a mid-range DSLR that comes feature-packed with options for both amateur shoots and pro shooters alike. With a 20.2MP APS-C dual pixel CMOS sensor with DIGIC 5+ image processing, this camera is still primarily meant for stills (duh), but also packs Canon’s already amazing video recording technology at 1080p in case you want to shoot some videos.

It has built-in Wi-Fi (cool) and an articulating touchscreen at the back. You can pick up a body-only for $1199 or a kit with an EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens for $1340.

DPreview already has a hands-on.