"We have word from Canon that it will be unveiling a new dSLR later this month. While the company didn't indicate which unit it will be, it did mention to us that it will replace a "long overdue model". We suspect that the new camera is the much anticipated successor to the EOS 5D launched 3 years ago.
It is rumored online that this dSLR will feature a 21-megapixel sensor and, like Nikon's D90, will be able to capture HD-quality movies. However, given that Canon is concentrating more on quality than cramming features into a camera, this is highly unlikely.
We were also told that this camera will be very exciting, and can possibly trump other shooters in its class easily. This will mean it has to go against Nikon's D700 and maybe Sony's rumored full-frame dSLR."
Wah this mean I no need to go over to the dark side?