Canon now is offering a "studio version" of its EOS 7D DSLR camera, called the EOS 7DSV.
Designed for studio environments, the 7DSV allows administrators to "lock out" certain photography features, helping to ensure streamlined results. The Canon Barcode Solution also will work with the 7DSV, allowing for easier data management.
The 7DSV should sell for $1,829 with the body only and for $2,599 with the Barcode Solution kit. Canon authorized dealers currently are offering both options.
Addtionally, the latest L-series lens from Canon, the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM (pictured here), offers improved auto-focusing speed and the ability to focus over a shorter distance.
The professional level EF 70-200mm lens gives Canon a new DSLR lens in a popular telephoto range. Canon has improved the minimum focusing distance with the new lens to 3.9 feet, improved from a previous mark of 4.6 feet.
Look for the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens to be available now at a price around $2,500. (Compare Prices)
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