Canon EOS 60D

Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I have just upgraded from my Canon EOS Rebel XTi to the Canon EOS 60D. I've only used this DSLR for one day and I am super impressed. I'm still a little confused on how to use this properly but I'm getting the hang of it. What I like about this DSLR is that the body is built tough, even though it's a little weight-y it doesn't bother me. Image quality is great in JPEG and RAW. What I don't like and would like to improve on is low light situations, this is the only part that is annoying me. ...

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This is by far the best Camera I have ever had. It is easy to use, and has a 'dumb' mode if you don't want to get into detail settings. The pictures it takes are simply superb.....and I do not think I will even change it... I use it as standard with EFS 17-85 1:4- 5.6 which is a good general purpose all round use lens I also have a EF-S 10-22mm f1:3.5 - 4.5 and a EF- 70-200 1:2.8 L Zoom which I bought for Astro photography. I am currently designing a 'barn door' motorised tracker to take long ...

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8x12Photography
 
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Been using this camera for over 3 years and the One great feature of the Canon 60 D that is over looked in many reviews  is that you can trigger off camera flash on the Canon 430EX II and 580EX II speedlights . It really improves your flash photography.If you have Lightroom or Photoshop and you shoot in RAW format you can really y make your photos come to life using this camera. I did not purchase the kit lens when i bought this camera, I bought a prime lens, and an L lens which also helps ...

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dcperspective
 
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The articulating screen on this thing simply changes SLR photography. Opens new perspectives in so many ways.

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Nick FM
 
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This camera works well for may people, but it depends on what you want to shoot. If you are looking to get a camera for moving subjects than the 7d will work better. If you are looking for a camera for landscapes and studio work than you could use the cheaper T3i or T2i. This camera is a weird mix of those two cameras. Where this camera really excels is for videos and photos. If you just want to take videos you can do the same thing with the T3i, but this camera is best at both. When you add ...

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Toebak
 
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This is my second DSLR from Canon I bought. I had to choose between a 60D and A 7D, and I went for the 60D. And I have no regrets about that. Mainly because the specification were not that too different and the price tag, made me choose the 60D. I love the weight of the body, compared to my 550D. Also the top display comes in very handy because i use my camea to make nightshots. The posibility to take photograph at 5 pics a second is great, specialy when working with kids or pets. The menu ...

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My first foray into DSLR and it's a great do anything photo/video camera. After much review reading and considering my short term needs for a good video camera I chose the 60D. On reflection there are better alternatives for video and since then I've bought a 2nd hand Sony HDR FX7 for video. The 60D is now mostly for stills and time lapse though I do think if I'd bought the Sony first I might have picked up a Nikon D???? or FUJI X100 for stills. I like the fact that Nikon have been using ...

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Martin Ocando
 
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Thanks to my 60D for good months of service. Never missed a shot. In the end, lenses turned out too much expensive to cope with, and it was too big and heavy for me. So I jumped to m43.

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This camera has top image quality and video Output with Full HD. I used it for 1 month and already i am finding it difficult Stay away from it. The fast ability to switch from Image to Video Mode along with In-Video Mode Image Capturing has made this camera a real delight to me.

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offshore13
 
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This is my first dSLR, I'm into the hobby, but my budget is limited. But so far so good, at first I as being drawn toward the 7D albeit the price so the wise choice would be the 60D. As of the momment comparing it with my previous experience with the Manual focus Minolta, then P&S Canon Powershot A460, then Samsung E28 and Yashica, this one seems the best. Next to try would be the different set of lens to augment this body.

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