I purchased my 70D directly from Canon in August 2014. I really have not used it as much as I would have liked and the other day I pulled it out to take some photos of the construction work laying a new commuter rail line in my neighborhood. I charged my Canon batteries the day before and put them in the camera right before I was to walk the four blocks to the site. Much to my surprise my camera would not power up. I switched batteries and even tried the ACK adapter and nothing. So off to Canon and now it is a $450 dollar repair bill. i've never had such a big an issue with a Canon body before and I started out with an EOS 650 the first year it came out. I have owned at least six EOS film bodies and six EOS digital bodies over the years. The only other issue ever was a loosened hot shoe on my 650 and that was an easy fix. It is important to note that my shutter count is less than 3000 on this camera. Has anyone else had an issue with their 70D?
Canon EOS T4i. EFS 15-85, Tamron 10-24, EF-S 18-55 STM, EF 100 f/2.8 USM
No Deity Can Save Us, We Can Only Save Ourselves