Canon EOS 60D
Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I have a problem and need help. I have a Canon 60D and the screen is Dark, I can't see what is in front of me because on my screen it is dark and it comes out dark when recorded. I do not know how to change the feature for it to expose or record without this dark or shadow. See this video I took, please http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPEZqLw-UWE
I'd like to use my Oloong speedlight SP 690 II as off camera flash with a Canon Eos 60D. I am able to trigger the SP60 II by using the in built flash, however I cannot manage to disable the camera in built flash to allow only the speedlight to trigger. I am using the flash in manual mode. I have tried to disable the built-in flash via the flash control settings but this flash still triggers along with the external speedlight. Is there any specific setting I need to implement? Can anyone help...
I have a 40D and I want to upgrade to a 60D or a 70D, but I see on DXO that both 60D and 70D are marked as inferior to 40D in colour sensitivity and tonal range. Why? I don't care about more megapixels but I want better colour sensitivity, tonal range and dynamic range. I want to keep working with crop cameras and I don't want the added weight and cost that full-frame requires. What should I upgrade to if the 40D replacements are inferior to 40D? As I said, I don't want to upgrade to full-frame.
A recent trip to the beach taking photos of my family ended with sand in my 60D. Now the flash pops up when I turn the camera on no matter what setting it’s on, which it never did before, and the screen no longer displays my photos or any menus. (I do still see the "Cleaning sensors" message when I turn it on, and the screen works in video mode.) Canned air hasn’t helped, and a local camera shop said we’d have to send it back to Canon for repair. But they don't advise it because they’ve often...
Owning a 60D, I have been suggested to buy a second body when traveling in hot/humid areas, so I do not have to change lenses outdoors. I recently read many reports on the 7DMkII. Would it be a good addition? My focus is on landscape and wildlife (bird) photograph. Reading all this stuff, I also have a very specific question. I read that the 7DMkII is perfect for fast moving objects (sports, birds), but less so for landscape photography. Can anyone explain this to me? What specifications make...
hey i just got my first dslr which is a canon 60d and today i bought my new flash yungnuo 560 iv , please help me, i dont know if the flash is compatible with my camera cuase i keep getting a message on the screen, "This menu cannot be displayed. Incompatible flash or flash's power is turned off'. Thanks for any assistance you can give.
I've always always used memory cards in my cameras. If I tried to take a photo without one, my Canon PowerShot would alert me. So . . I went to the mountains to photograph fall leaves. Upon returning home, discovered no memory card in my Canon 60D. I know there's a way to upload these photos to my computer; I found the cord - but attached to it was a note: STOP! Be sure to install the driver software from the enclosed CD-ROM before connecting the camera to your computer with this...