Canon released its new digital SLR a few weeks ago with very little fanfare. In fact, I just found out about it today. The new 10D model improves on the D60 tremendously, offering a much inproved Auto Focus (AF) system and reducing shutter release and viewfinder blackout lag times.

Unfortunately, this camera still has a 1.6x field of view crop (i.e. focal length multiplier). If you want a one-to-one focal length ratio you’ll still have to shell out $8,000 for the 1Ds–that’s crazy. The 10D is a bargain at $1,500, and at that price point I am now seriously considering picking one up.

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