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The Canon 70D’s New Dual Pixel AF Technology, Man it’s Fast - Photography tutorial


When Canon first introduced HD video capabilities on its 5D Mark ii in 2009, it revolutionized video production. Filmmakers everywhere could record on the camera’s large sensor and quality lenses at a fraction of traditional costs. But many features that were standard to dedicated video cameras, like proper audio recording capabilities and autofocus, still lacked.
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