Canon just quietly announced a Studio Version of the Canon EOS 7D, adding a slew of security features for pros who (begrudgingly) share their camera. It'll also read barcode information and store it in a shot's EXIF data.
Who needs the Bat-Signal? Especially when a Canon EOS 7D, a cheapo fireworks sparkler, and a little long exposure trickeration can give you something much, much cooler.
For a long time with Canon, if you weren't dropping nearly three grand on a 5D, you were stuck with a vastly lesser DSLR. The $1700 7D is Canon's first semi-pro DSLR, and actually it's my favorite yet.
f/5, 1/15, ISO800
CanonRumors has what they claim are pictures of posters and lenses for the yet-to-be-confirmed Canon EOS 7D. Not much new information can be gleaned from the poster, but at least the lenses look nice.