Canon’s new 70D, which will supposedly be announced July 2, will introduce a new benchmark in ISO performance, according to a report on Monday. The report claims the extended ISO performance will be a “great jump” over comparable 18-megapixel shooters, setting a “new benchmark;” it can allegedly be bumped up to 25600, giving users the potential for increased low-light flexibility.

According to a recent leak, the new 70D will sport a 20-megapixel APS-C sensor, Wi-Fi and 7fps continuous shooting, among other features. It’s still unclear when the DSLR will be released and for how much, but we’ll supposedly find out in a matter of hours, so hang tight.