Amazon accidentally leaked the specifications and price of Canon's upcoming EOS 40D website. They've already deleted the page but fortunately engadget was fast enough to grab all the details.
The new Canon EOS 40D will succeed the 30D on September 20th. It will have a 10.1 megapixel sensor, self-cleaning CMOS sensor, 30% faster, APS-C size, 9 point AF, DIGIC III image processing, ISO 3200, 3" LCD display with Enhanced Line View, 6.5 frames per second continuous shooting (bursting 75 Large/Fine JPEGs or 17 RAW images), 35-zone metering system, CF card storage and sRAW support.
The camera is slightly larger than the EOS 30D and weighs 40g more. If the info on Amazon's site was right the camera will be launched for $1,299.99.