Canon EOS 60D
Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi everyone, thanks for taking the time to consider my question. My trusty seven year old Canon 550D has recently come to the end of its life after approx. 650,000 shutter actuations. The 550D was my second DSLR and it has helped me make thousands of small prints, hundreds of large prints for framing as gifts etc and a lot of photo books. Needless to say, I've been extremely happy with its performance for years and don't feel like it has held back my ability to make pleasing to me...
I'm planning to use a Canon 60D for one of my event coverage. I would like to know how to do wireless TTl strobing using Elinchrome DX ONE or FX400 or FX200......Im ready to use Canon 600EX-RT and Youngnuo 560 MarkIV..I hope u guys will help me....Im going to shoot my event in an auditorium....i need a god lighting range thats why im looking for a studio strobe....Previously i have used a Elinchrome FX400 for a similar event in the same auditorium...I was fantastic. But i had lot of time to...
Hello All, Posting on DPR after a long time. Until few months back, my setup was, 1. Canon 60D + EFS 15-85 for general photography 2. Canon 60D + EF 100-400 MKII for Birding and Wildlife photography 3. Canon 40mm Few months back, upgraded my body to 5DMKIV as I was finding limitations for wildlife photography and now happy with 5DMKIV + 100-400MKII. Planning for a general purpose lens with focus on portraits, and so considering Canon 50mm F1.4. Since this lens has been long due for...
My main camera bodies are a Canon 60D and an EOS-M5. I am also considering the 6D Mk2 sometime next year. Currently I only have one native M lens which is the 15-45mm. I was about to purchase a 22m F2 but then the shop assistant recommended trying out the 28mm macro and it was a lot of fun. I went home to sleep on it and then found out about the EF-S 35mm macro which is essentially a slightly better version of the 28mm. I say 'slightly better' because it has metal parts instead of plastic and...
My daughter has a dance recital this weekend and looking for advice on camera settings. The recital is inside and lighting will be a challenge, especially since the background changes with the music. My photos will be for family only, not a paid gig so just looking to capture a few sharp moments. I have a Canon 60D and a Canon 70 - 200 f 2.8L lens. Any thoughts on camera set-up? Advice and comments most appreciated!
New to the forum here. I'm going to Comic Con next month and bringing my 60D and a new Speedlite which I'm buying this weekend. I plan to document the convention, shooting everything from vendor displays to cosplayers. The lighting on the main floor is really bad, as I've learned last year. I really do need the flash. Having a hard time deciding which flash modifier to get - a Flashbender to bounce the light, or a small on-flash soft box. (like a 6x7 or 9x9) It's going to be run and gun...
Hi guys. I ran into this weird issue and wonder if anybody knows what it is. This morning I plugged in my 60d to PC and transfered all the JPEG photos I have taken before. Everything worked fine. Then before going outside, I switched file format to RAW and started taking photos. Everything could be seen just fine on camera LCD like normal. But when I got home and plugged it in pc to check the photos again, all pictures was not showing up with Lightroom symbols like usual, instead they're all...
By: Shutter_Jockey (2 months ago)
I know this question has probably already been asked, but I can't find a way to check the shutter count on my camera! I've already watched several videos on YouTube that show or tell you how to find your shutter count. Could the shutter count info possibly be found inside the camera's body by pressing the "Menu" button? I tried several different methods as explained in the various videos, but each time I "upload" an image like it asked for, I get a screen message saying that my camera doesn't...
Hi there, I'm off overseas for a few months with my Canon 60D. Wanting to keep it to one of two lenses. Currently have a 10-18mm and 18-200mm. Anyone recommend a singular lense to use rather than taking these two or should I just take the two. Have been looking at purchasing 24-70mm, 24-105mm, 15-85mm, 0r 18-135mm...
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