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Canon EOS 70D Video Creator Kit with 18-135mm Lens, Rode VIDEOMIC GO and Sandisk 32GB SD Card Class 10 - Wi-Fi Enabled
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The Video Creator Kit gives you the tools to make your dreams into reality with a RODE VideoMic GO and Sandisk 32GB SDHC card. The VideoMic GO is a lightweight, easy to use, directional microphone that picks up clear audio in front of it, reducing surrounding sound and isolating your subject from background noise. The built-in shock mount reduces noise from handling and a foam windshield reduces wind noise. Mount the VideoMic GO on the camera's hotshoe, plug in the 1/8" (3.5mm) plug, insert the SDHC card and you're ready to start shooting!
EOS 70D Video Creator Kit with EF-S 18-135mm IS STM Lens
Changing the way users capture still images and video with a DSLR camera, Canon proudly introduces the EOS 70D - a trailblazing powerhouse featuring a revolutionary autofocus technology that unlocks the potential of Live View: Dual Pixel CMOS AF. This game-changing technology allows the EOS 70D to capture video in Live View with smooth and precise autofocus similar to that of a camcorder, complete with the superb image quality that is a hallmark of EOS cameras. Additionally, Dual Pixel CMOS AF provides fast and accurate autofocus during Live View still image capture, enabling you to fully benefit from the freedom of angle allowed by the Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor II. Compositional options are now nearly limitless with the two real-world choices of Live View and viewfinder shooting. To further empower the photographer, Canon engineers spent months ensuring that the cutting-edge Dual Pixel CMOS AF on the EOS 70D is compatible with 103† Canon EF lenses, greatly expanding creative possibilities. Built-in wireless technology and the EOS Remote app* further enhance shooting versatility, as well as enable easy sharing. Brilliant image quality is provided by the EOS 70D's 20.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, a first for an EOS camera with an APS-C sized sensor. A powerful DIGIC 5+ Image Processor supports continuous shooting up to 7.0 frames per second, as well as an extended ISO range of 100-12800 (H: 25600) that allows shooting in a wide variety of lighting conditions. Stunning photos can be accomplished using the remarkable 19-point all cross-type AF system with a high precision dual cross f/2.8 center point, and advanced display options available on the Intelligent Viewfinder supply exceptional control. In-camera imaging features like HDR, HDR Backlight Control, Multiple Exposure, Handheld Night Scene, and Creative Filters available in real time help turn even simple images into spectacular photos. Elevating the possibilities of creative expression to extraordinary new heights, the powerful EOS 70D with Dual Pixel CMOS AF places the ability to capture both amazing stills and video right in your hands.
† As of July 2, 2013.
# One-time registration required on CANON iMAGE GATEWAY online photo album.
* Compatible with iOS version 5.0 or later and Android devices version 2.3/4.0 or later. Data charges may apply.
** This software enables you to upload images to social network services. Before uploading images, please be aware that image files may contain privacy related information such as people and places. If necessary, please delete such information. Canon does not obtain, collect or use such images or any information included in such images through this software.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF:
The EOS 70D features Canon's all-new Dual Pixel CMOS AF, a revolutionary leap forward in speed and accuracy that unlocks the potential of Live View shooting. This game-changing technology will forever change what is possible with a DSLR camera.
Shoot Video Like a Camcorder:
The benefits of the groundbreaking Dual Pixel CMOS AF are clearly evident in video shooting, where bringing scenes and subjects into focus is a critical element of the final composition. On the EOS 70D, Dual Pixel CMOS AF helps ensure focus is achieved naturally and precisely, even when switching between subjects. And, combined with the predictive power of Movie Servo AF, subjects in motion are smoothly and consistently tracked - once the EOS 70D locks focus, it doesn't let go. Plus, with the shallow depth-of-field afforded by EOS optics, your video gains a cinematic ambience.
Compositional Freedom, Quick and Accurate Live View Focus:
For stills, Dual Pixel CMOS AF makes Live View AF precise and faster than ever, freeing the photographer to take advantage of the freedom of angle afforded by the camera's Vari-angle LCD monitor. Crisp focus can be obtained nearly instantly across a wide shooting area, especially useful for those spontaneous or fleeting shots. And, when composing and shooting in Live View mode, the image, exposure and chosen effects can be previewed before shooting, ensuring better accuracy, increased comfort, and more control from the start.
Compatible with 103† Canon EF Lenses:
103† Canon EF lenses are able to fully realize the benefits of Dual Pixel CMOS AF. Compatible lenses greatly expand creative and compositional possibilities so users can enjoy a wide range of endeavors made possible through various lenses whether shooting still images or video.
The Genius of Pixel Based AF:
Dual Pixel CMOS AF is a cutting-edge Canon technology, made possible by a sophisticated redesigning of the CMOS sensor. Traditionally, image sensors have one photodiode per pixel, but the CMOS sensor on the EOS 70D has two photodiodes per pixel, enabling each pixel on the sensor to both perform phase-difference detection autofocus and capture light - a first for EOS cameras. With phase-difference detection AF, autofocus is achieved quickly and easily on the camera. This unique AF system enables autofocus on 80% of the image plane, vertically and horizontally, and helps ensure virtually no loss in image quality.
The simplicity and convenience of wireless technology, built-in:
The new EOS 70D incorporates cutting edge wireless technology right into its compact design. The camera's exposure settings, such as aperture, shutter speed and ISO, focus, and shutter can be operated wirelessly using an iOS or Android smartphone* with the free Canon EOS Remote app**. Using a smartphone with the EOS Remote app** installed, you can shoot remotely from a distance, even in Live View mode, for those difficult-to-capture shots; you can also review images on the EOS 70D without having to take it out of the bag, and easily transfer and save images directly from the camera to a smartphone. Full DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compatibility means easy sharing between the EOS 70D and other DLNA products, like HDTVs, smartphones and more. Still images can even be transferred between two wireless-enabled Canon cameras over a Local Area Network (LAN). Images and video can be uploaded instantly to Canon iMAGE GATEWAY# for easy sharing on social networking sites, and photos can even be printed on a wireless PictBridge certified printer without the need for a PC. Remarkably, the EOS 70D has all of these wireless features without the need for any additional accessories; they're built right in!
|Auto Focus Technology||Auto & Manual|
|Display Size||3 inches|
|External Memory Included||No|
|Flash Memory Type||SD|
|Flash Type||hot shoe|
|Item Dimensions||7.3 x 15 x 15 inches|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description|
|Maximum Focal Length||135 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||20.2 MP|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CMOS|
|Photo Sensor Technology||cmos|
|Processor Description||digic 5+|
|Shipping Weight||5.85 pounds|
|Style Name||Video Creator Kit w/ 18-135mm|
|Video Capture Resolution|
|Viewfinder Type||Eye-level SLR (with fixed pentaprism)|
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|Continuous Shooting||—||7 frames_per_second||—||5|
|Screen Size||3 in||3 in||3 in||3 in|
|Focus Type||automatic_only||manual-and-auto||manual-and-auto||Includes Manual Focus|
|Image stabilization||—||Image Stabilization||—||None|
|ISO Range||—||100 to 12800||100, 400, 1600, 6400, 12800, 25600||100 to 12800|
|Item Dimensions||15 x 15 x 7.3 in||7.5 x 10 x 11.5 in||3.06 x 5.19 x 3.97 in||3.11 x 5.24 x 3.94 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||6 lbs||1.12 lbs||3.84 lbs|
|Megapixels||—||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||18 megapixels|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||20.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||24.7 megapixels||18 megapixels|
|Photo Sensor Size||APS-C (22.5 x 15.0mm)||APS-C (22.5 x 15.0mm)||APS-C (22.3 x 14.9mm)||APS-C (22.3 x 14.9mm)|
|Style Name||Video Creator Kit w/ 18-135mm||Video Creator Kit with 18-135mm||w/ Video Creator Kit||18-55mm|
|Video Capture Resolution||1920 x 1080 (Full HD), 1280 x 720 (HD), 640 x 480 (SD)||1920 x 1080 (Full HD), 1280 x 720 (HD)||1920 x 1080 (30p, 25p, 24p), 1280 x 720 (60p, 50p), 640 x 480 (30p, 25p)||1080p_hd|
|Viewfinder||Eye-level SLR (with fixed pentaprism)||Eye-level SLR (with fixed pentaprism)||Optical (pentamirror)||Optical (pentamirror)|
The Canon 8469B016 EOS 70D 20.2MP Digital SLR Camera Body plus EF-S 18-135mm IS STM Standard Zoom Lens features an APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5+ image processor to ensure high-resolution images and excellent low-light sensitivity. Both the sensor and processor work together to produce well-detailed, clear imagery that exhibits natural tonality and color gradations with minimal noise when working in difficult lighting conditions. The processor also provides notable speed throughout the camera system, including the ability to record up to 7 fps in full-resolution, quickened AF speeds, and full HD 1080p video recording. The 3.0-inch Clear View II touchscreen LCD monitor profits greatly from the advent Dual Pixel CMOS AF system and its ability to utilize Touch AF focusing for finely controlled selection of the point of focus. The monitor's vari-angle design also enables more efficient shooting and viewing from both high and low angles and an anti-reflective, smudge-resistant coating allows for clear well-detailed viewing. The included 18-135mm IS STM standard zoom lens features a refined Image Stabilization system that delivers up to four equivalent stops of shake correction throughout the zoom range and offers a maximum magnification of 0.28x at the telephoto end.
- Canon EOS 70D w/ 18-135mm Lens
- Rode VIDEOMIC GO
- Sandisk 32GB SD Card Class 10
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Already being the owner of a Canon 5D mark iii and mark iv, I am very familiar with the Canon brand. I do both still photography and videography, equally.
I endeavored to help my wife start up a lifestyle vlog, and did a lot of research on cameras before picking this one. It made a lot of sense to me because I already own a lot of high-end Canon glass. However, owning full frame cameras, I don't have too many super wide angle lenses, that are better for this APC-S sized sensor. Please see below for a detailed analysis.
-I love the articulating touch screen. To me, this is the main reason this camera beats the pants off of my 5D's for shooting video. You can place this camera high or low, left or right, face it at you or behind you, and turn the screen to see it. You can tap on the screen to focus or adjust properties easily.
-Facial auto focus works really great! I know there is an upgraded camera (80D) that makes this better. But honestly, if you are looking to save some money, just get this camera. You're gonna be happy with the autofocus. It's fine.
-Compared to my bigger cameras, this guy is really light weight
-The menus are easy to navigate
-the footage looks amazing
-Sound is straightforward. You need an off camera mic, and you preferably want a powered mic so you can use the mic gain and not the camera's gain to get less hiss.
-Can use any EF or EF-S lens.So you you are a canon shooter, you've got a head start
-Takes pretty nice photos too! Since I didn't buy this for photos, admittedly I haven't delved in. I would, truthfully, use my 5D Mark IV for a photo shoot. But for me, when I am out there shooting video, if I want to snap a few stills, this guy works great.
-Not 4k (this is not a con for me, but if you want 4k, look elsewhere)
-Not a high quality/high bit-depth format. (Again, this is not a huge deal for me. I'm about story and speed over noodling with quality. I also own a BMPCC, and yes, shooting raw 10 or 12 bit is amazing... but you have to CC everything, do online/offline workflows, etc. so this is really more of a preference than a con. You have to know what you want to do. I think this camera wins for vlogging
-Not as great with low light as other cameras. This camera caps off at ISO 6400. But realistically you wanna be at 800, 1600 max if you are good with seeing some noise. On my Mark IV I can shoot at 6400 and see no visible noise. But I mean, the Mark IV is like thousands of dollars more, so it's not a great comparison.
-Its not full frame. Not a huge problem, neither was the Alexa I've shot TV shows on for years. But, if you want full frame, this ain't it. So you need wider aperture lenses or to shoot really long lens if you want to get shallow depth of field.
On lenses, I did pick it up with the 18-55mm kit lens, then also bought the little 2.8 24mm pancake lens. They're both great lenses, actually... for the cost. The 18-55 has stabilization, so is better for hand held stuff, but needs more light. The 24mm makes the camera super light to carry, and also looks nice at 2.8. Both of these lenses autofocus great with the camera.
So I disagree with some reviews out there that say don't get the kit lens. These days canon makes them pretty good and they are cheap in comparison to other lenses. So unless you have all the glass you need - get the kit lens. I usually get the short zoom kit lens because they are sharper and faster.
Having used this camera for a few weeks, I really want to get something wider like the canon 10-22 or the sigma equivalent. I think there are times when being at a 10 to 14mm, especially out doors, would be helpful. I have not used either of these two lenses, my widest lens that is not a fisheye is the canon 15mm zoom.
This camera may be on the older side right now, but I have to tell you I like it better for videography than my Mark IV. it's just so much faster and easier to use, and doesn't make you're wrist feel like it is going to break off. And because it is older, you can get it cheaper.
Don't let all the posts and videos about technical quality hold you back from just going out there and creating. At the end of the day, it's about your talent and your stories. Tell them. I've seen big TV shows with Alexa's suck. I've seem people do amazing things with iPhones. It's not the cameras, its you and how you use them.
So if you're gonna go tell stories, and you have about $1200 bucks to do so, get this camera, the kit lens, and an on camera mic. That's all you need. I promise you.
In Camera HDR will only work if you're shooting in JPEG! And it won't save the individual shots, only the final blended image. I never planned on using the In Camera HDR image as a final image to begin with, but I thought it would be awesome to take HDR photos, then see a little preview of the result before going back home to edit. But it is still a neat little feature. I'll just have to take more steps while shooting to utilize it. Switch to JPEG, shoot the In Camera HDR, enjoy the preview, then go back to RAW and shoot for the real HDR photo. I hope they have a firmware upgrade that allows HDR to be shot in RAW, and for the individual exposures to be saved as well.
The same is true for multiple exposures. It won't save the individual images; only the final result. That's what you would get from film, but digital shouldn't be held to that same limitation. At least this one can be saved in RAW format.
Those were two features I was really looking forward to having fun with, but I guess I'll stick to the old ways of taking them individually and throwing them into Photoshop. It's not a deal breaker by any means.
And their creative filters suck compared to my girlfriend's Nikon's creative filters.. Again, these are not features I was going to take seriously, but I like to have fun with my photos until I get home to get serious (well, I like to have fun in Photoshop there too).
I do LOVE having the ability to process RAW images to JPEG in camera! It saves on space not to have to shoot all images in RAW+JPEG to get my camera's settings to stick to the images (since Adobe strips those (customized) color profile settings away when editing the RAW files (even their "camera standard" , etc., is not how my camera standard, etc., is set up in camera)).
Oh, one MAJOR flaw with this camera is that there isn't a sensor by the view finder to turn the screen off when looking through it! The work around to this is to half press the shutter to get it turned off. Or keep the screen off and only turned on when Quick Menu is pressed, but I like having it stay on so I can constantly easily access it.
And to be clear, that awesome AF feature only works when Live View is turned on, not when you're looking through the view finder. Through the view finder is just as it's always been.
Aside from those minor issues, this is an amazing camera. Very well under low light, so much less noise at higher ISOs than my old t1i. Great tonal range, and beautiful color range. I love the little leveler in the viewfinder. Being able to access my images from the camera's wifi onto my phone is awesome (though it's just a JPEG format, and my phone can handle RAW (at least, that's what some of these apps have claimed that I haven't tested out yet)). Still, better quality than what my phone produces ;p. Love that it has a mic input, a lacking feature in my t1i that made it useless, though not impossible, for serious video work.
Oh, and there is a night mode that takes multiple shots and aligns them together additively to reduce motion blur from one long shutter realease! Haven't tested this one out yet, hope it saves in RAW! If not, at least reading about that feature taught me a new technique for night shots that I can achieve in Photoshop.
For professional interviews I use 2 canon 70Ds for two angles, one that is just off center (so the subject is looking across frame) and the other further off center so it gets a steeper side angle (more intimate and great for cut ins). Now the best part about this setup is that I use the canon's face recognition auto focus the entire time I am interviewing. This allows me to shoot at relatively large apertures like 2.8 or 3.2 and as the subjuct moves forwards and backwards or shifts while she is talking, the focus follows her the entire time! This is awesome because it maintains that intimate feel with the blurred background but it also keep the subject crisp. Now this doesn't work flawlessly all the time. I have done a shoot where I had a picture on the set and teh auto focus get switching between the face in the picture frame and my subjects face so be aware of that sometimes it'll struggle for focus.
I also use the 70D on my Ronin-M because of the auto focus. When using the Ronin I cant easily roll focus, so most of the time I just set the aperture pretty small and use auto focus to do the work. This is a really nice feature to have because even though it isn't perfect with the focus it still is better than setting a manual focus and just running with it.