Canon EOS 60D
Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I had my Canon 60D camera in a neoprene case but inadvertently dropped it from a table top onto the floor. The glass filter was dented into the the lens rim. The glass filter rotates loosely inside the filter metal frame. The glass filter absolutely cannot be unscrewed being dented like that. There does not seem to be any adverse impact on the picture taking ability of the camera. The glass disk has now become loose inside the filter metal frame. I took it to a camera repair store and...
I'm struggling to decide between upgrade options. My current bag includes a Canon 60D, 50mm 1.4, 55-250 and Tamron 17-50 2.8. Would you recommend adding a Tamron 70-200 f2.8 VC to the current bag or swap out the last two lenses with Tamron 24-70 2.8 VC and 70-300 VC and go full frame. I primarily photograph my 2 and 4 year old children as well as family sessions for friends, family and neighbors. I went to our local dealer yesterday intending to come home with the 70-200 2.8 VC. I loved...
Dear all, I would love to hear your perspective on the following matter: I've wanted to buy a good (digital) camera for years, but I'm a student so I'm on a limited budget. The original 5D is relatively cheap nowadays, it's tempting to buy one. Full-frame seems to offer advantages that no cropped sensor camera can offer. The ability to get great photos in low light (the 5D still triumphs all non-full frame camera's on DxOmark's charts). Easy bokeh. And wide-angle shots, no crop! Am I being...
I recently bought the Canon 60D body only. I am looking for a all purpose lens. My two options have come down to either the Canon 15-85mm lens or the Canon 24-105mm lens.I checked the local kijiji to find a used one, and the 15-85mm sells between $500 to $575 most, whereas the 24-105mm sells between $700 to $900 most.Anyone have any suggestions one which is the better deal for the price? Is it worth spending the extra for the 24-105mm? Seeking some advice from my fellow photographers.Thanks :)
Canon 60D: was shooting a spot-lit stage show recently; I wanted to fix the aperture at wide open and the shutter at 1/250 (getting camera shake any slower and no need for any faster). The spotlighting varied very quickly so rather than try to keep up with a fixed ISO, I used ISO Auto. When the lights went up I got the exposure I wanted with low ISO and the ISO increased as the lights went down. All good so far. Then I wanted to lock the metered ISO after spot-metering on a face, then...
I am starting from scratch after my 60D and lenses were stolen. I previously had the following lenses, Sigma 10-20mm Tamron 60mm macro Tamron 18-270mm (I was never very happy with this one) My plan is to go to full-frame Canon 6D. I can afford probably only one lens initially with a view to gradually building up the kit again over the next year or so. My thoughts were: Canon 17-40mm f4L OR Canon 24-105 f4L (first purchase) Canon 70-300mm f4L IS USM (second purchase) Canon 50mm 1.4 (third...
I'm looking to invest in better lenses (primarily 24-70 f/2.8 and 70-200 f/2.8) but, as a hobbyist I do not have the budget for all new L series lenses. Used versions of these lenses have been very difficult to find and are still very expensive, however the previous versions of these lenses are plentiful in the used market and appear to be a good budget option. I'm only willing to buy used through authorized dealers or someone I know which does shrink my used market significantly. The...
Well, I'm currently in the planning stages for a road trip down to Florida for the Sun N Fun flyin/airshow. I currently have in my kit, a 60D, 100-400L, Sigma 18-35, Tokina 11-16, 70-300 USM(non-L), Rokininon 85. I've been thinking about adding a FF to my kit setup(esp if by christmas time there isn't a 7D2 or similar out), and was thinking of renting a second body(5D3, or 6D), to play with during the shows. If I did get another body, I'd also be highly tempted to rent another long...