The imaging sensor jumps to 20.2MP from 18MP, and sensitivity adds a stop, now topping out at an equivalent of ISO 25,600 when ISO expansion is on. Continuous drive mode now allows for 7fps burst shooting, up from 5.3fps. Canon hasn't yet announced how many shots you can expect per burst, though they never do so until a camera goes into full mass production. The AF system gets a big boost from the 60D's 9-point system, to the 70D's 19-point all cross-type system, with the center being a dual-cross high-precision point when used with f/2.8 or faster lenses. It's the same AF system used in Canon's flagship APS-C DSLR, the EOS 7D. The LCD remains at 3-inches and 1,040,000-dots on a fully articulated hinge that lets it flip to the left side and angle up or down, but is now a touch screen. Built-in Wi-Fi offers the same functionality we loved in the EOS 6D. Video capture includes the full suite of H.264 recording found in all of Canon's flagship EOS 1D X and allows capture at up to 1080p 30 frames per second and a choice between ALL-I or IPB codecs. One thing it is lacking, however, is a headphone jack, something video shooters often crave.