Canon EOS 60D

Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, all I have 60D and am trying to use custom built flash that I made with PC sync on 60D. I know 60D does not have PC sync so I guess I need to buy something like this to use PC sync capability. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/89979-REG/Hama_HA_6951_Hot_Shoe_Adapter_1.html I built IR LED strips and it can be controlled by Arduino. So, what I am thinking is as following: #1. Attach PC sync adapter on 60D #2. Connect PC sync cable on adapter  #3. Cut the other side of PC sync cable and...
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Hi, I have a Canon 60d (various lenses) and often shoot night time long exposures. I'm trying to ensure pin sharp focus (distant shots) but the live screen doesn't quite cut it for me atm even when enlarged on screen. I'm trying to find a solution to this. I've heard Camranger & connecting to a tablet might be an option. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions/comments/options.
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Hi All, I bought a used Canon 60D recently.  The lens (EF-S 18-135) had a rattle in it, but I had read that this was not unusual, due to the image stabilizer mechanism.  Every image it takes is completely fine, looks crisp and clean. However, I took it into a camera repair shop today.  They took the lens in and opened it, and said there was "an infant's toy" inside of the barrel.  I can either give them 120 to dissassemble/reassemble the lens, or refuse and keep the rattle for a small fee....
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By: Elina Pavlovica (1 week ago)
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I have Canon 60D and when I started to shoot in raw, I notice that the raw pictures aren't flat as they spouse to, they look like a ugly jpg. with a lot of contrast and weird colours. If I compare the jpg with the raw, my jpg looks more like flat raw that the actual raw. Couldn't  find the answer anywere  :(  And non of my friends have had the same problem
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I recently sold my 15-85mm lens. Great general lens, but it lacks the quality, and sharpness in the image. I am looking to upgrade to a L-series lens, though I have a crop sensor. Eventually, when I have the money, I will invest in the full frame experience. But for now, I could use some suggestions on which lens to choose from. I have discovered that I enjoy landscape, and portrait photography. So a lens that can possibly meet both worlds. I am on a tight budget.Any suggestions would...
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Needing some inputs on the best bodies out there now days, that are affordable for me (under $2k), Full Frame for some astrophotography photos. I've read the Canon 60D has some great ISO performance and at $1399 is a great price range. Any other cameras or brands that would be great for my needs?
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By: Fishcad (3 weeks ago)
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I have a Canon 60D which I shoot in RAW and JPG. I'm pretty unsophisticated but have been able to make some real improvements to my photos using Photoshop Elements to adjust RAW images. I've recently purchased a Lumix ZS40 for a carry-around camera. It takes very nice JPG photos. It also can save RAW files in RW2 format. I can adjust lighting and color in the RAW files but as soon as I make any changes the images become very grainy. Is this an issue with the Lumix camera, the RW2 format, or...
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Hi,  I'm just wondering what everyone thinks about this, this is my first post so bear with me. I currently have a canon 60D with a 70-200mm f4 L IS USM, and an 18-135mm IS kit lens. I'm looking at getting the 17-55mm lens to replace the 18-135mm as a walk around lens, but I'm not sure if it is worth it. I can get it new for about £395 (from a reputable seller), which I'm lead to believe is very cheap for this lens (this price does include a cashback offer from canon). It also comes with a...
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Hello all, I've recently taken the leap from P&S cameras and now have a 60D with a ef-s 18-200 lens.  The lens will physically do exactly what I want however I'm having problems with the design of this lens and would really appreciate some suggestions on a better fit for my purposes. This lens will not allow you to shoot down while retaining its Zoom. It will extend unless you hold it. I'm primarily shooting down unfortunately. I'm shooting silver and gemstone jewelry generally in a soft box...
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Hi All,I recently shot a racing car sports event this weekend and i noticed that some of my images were a little soft and not quite in focus. I was facing the cars head on rather than panning.I was using the hi speed shooting setting on my 60D coupled with a 70-300L. My settings were generally 1/2500, F5.6, ISO 400.My question is, during hi speed shooting, does the camera / lens have a chance to refocus between shutter releases or is it locked from the fist shot? My guess is no, since 5fps is...
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