Canon just announced the sequel to the aging mid-range 60D camera, which is (shocker) called the 70D. Our friends at Popular Photography took a look at it and came away impressed. It's an upgrade over the 60D in all the usual ways: a higher megapixel count (now up to 20.2), a higher ISO maximum (25,600), faster burst shooting, a touchscreen, built-in Wi-Fi, and more. But the big news is the autofocus system, which should make focusing during video shooting a breeze. For the more info and an in-depth look at the cool new autofocus system, head on over to PopPhoto.
When we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Camera, a top-of-the-line point-and-shoot camera with 4G and a full version of Android, we were left with one thought: "this interface is going to be so awesome when it's on an interchangeable-lens camera." And today our friends at PopPhoto got their hands on--guess what--the new Samsung Galaxy NX, which is exactly that.