Canon today unveiled the EOS 70D, a mid-range DSLR designed for shooting video. Replacing the outgoing Canon EOS 60D, the 70D brings with it some useful upgrades over its predecessor. These include built-in Wi-Fi, Near Field Communication (NFC) sharing, a three-inch LCD touchscreen display, and a slight increase in megapixels. Upgrades aside, it’s Canon’s “Dual Pixel CMOS” focusing system which should really interest filmmakers. The new system can transition smoothly between focus points without the need for turning the focus ring thanks to some nifty software. The Canon EOS 70D will be available soon starting at $1,199 USD for just the body.