Canon EOS 60D

Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
dpreview conclusion

The 60D is probably best understood as a 'super Rebel' - it's a more comfortable, more flexible and faster-to-use version of Canon's justly popular entry-level DSLRs. The twin dial controls, better grip and bigger viewfinder will delight stills shooters while the articulated screen and movie control will please would-be videographers.

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Silver Award
79%
dpreview score
Good for

Enthusiast photographers beginning to outgrow their first DSLR. Videographers wanting control over their footage.

Not so good for

Demanding users who need the greater speed, sophistication and durability of a semi-pro grade camera.

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Other reviews
Canon EOS 60D Review
By: Shawn Barnett and Mike Tomkins, Imaging Resource (Jan 30, 2011)

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DCRP Review: Canon EOS-60D
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Dec 6, 2010)

The Canon EOS-60D is a solid offering in the midrange digital SLR space. With its very good photo quality (especially with a decent lens), rotating, super high resolution LCD, generally snappy performance, full set of manual controls, Full HD movie mode, and decent selection of bells and whistles, it definitely is a worthy successor to the EOS-50D.

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Canon EOS 60D review
By: Mat Gallagher, What Digital Camera (Oct 15, 2010)

The 60D has been launched into a market that has changed drastically since the arrival of its previous incarnation, in part due to the introduction of the EOS 7D. For this reason the 60D does seem more consumer-led than previous models and is designed more for ease and simplicity to allow it to fill the space more naturally between the 7D and the 550D.

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Canon EOS 60D review

Canon's EOS 60D represents a new mid-range category for the company, slotting between the upper entry-level EOS 550D / Rebel T2i and the semi-pro EOS 7D. Like many new Canon DSLRs, the EOS 60D inherits a number of elements from existing models and repackages them with a handful of new features. As such, there's few surprises concerning the quality of this new model as it's effectively...

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