So, you're ready to graduate from cell-phone photos of your car in the parking garage at work to something a little more polished? Step one: leave the parking garage. Step 2: Buy a . Canon just dropped details on the newest addition to its DSLR range, and it all sounds pretty good. There's no full-frame sensor, but you do get an upgraded 20.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor. Canon also cranked the top ISO to 51,200, and you can crank off shots at up to 10 frames per second. Fancy.
More impressive? There are now 65 autofocus points. The original 7D got along with 19. Want to shoot some video, too? The 7D Mark II can film in 1080/60p and write to either a compact flash or SD card. The camera is supposed to be lightly weather resistant, so you can shoot in drizzle without stressing. How much? $1,799 without a lens.