Canon EOS 60D
Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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By: jazzmusic (3 days ago)
Posted to: Micro Four Thirds Talk
My question: Has anyone upgraded from the Olympus em10 (1st version) to the em5ii for macro / close-up photography?And if so, do you now consider it a good move and why? Likes / dislikes particularly as regards to size / weight (have held the em5ii)(Note: I have searched this forum but only hit a couple of topics on this relating to photography overall not macro)But before you answer, a little about my photography interest:I entered the photography world in 2005 with the Canon xt and...
E510 with two lens kit, E-300 and battery grip, E1 and battery grip, 14-45mm, 40-150mm, 50mm macro, ex25, 14-54mm. Fl50 flash.Canon 60D 24-105 f4.0 USM. 580EXII if shooting with the 6D in M mode does the 580 EXII have to be in M mode also, can it be in the TTL mode? If the 6D is in the Av mode and the 580 EX in TTL mode if the shutter speed is 60 the shutter will stay open after the flash goes off and the photos are blurry. Should I shoot in M mode with the 60D in M mode as well and just...
So I know that there have been a lot of comparison between these two cameras but I just cant find the reason why people are saying a6500 is better for (professional) videowork than a7ii. From the DOF itself, a7ii is clearly the winner since it is a full frame camera. Is 120fps the only reason why I should go for a6500 instead of a7ii? I do some street photography but it is not my main thing (only doing it in my free time). I would love to make a change to sony, mainly because of the...
Maybe this question has been discusses already in a different way, but not exactly with these cameras. I am thinking of selling my Canon EOS 60D (18 MP) and several lenses and moving to the mirrorless Fuji X-T20 (24 MP). The main reason is the size and the weight. I compared the two cameras, when I would use them in combination with a 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS lense. The results are as follows Fuji X-T20 with 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 lense:total weight 873 gbody size (backside only) 11.8cm x 9.7cmlengh...
I am currently using a Fuji X70 and I am really happy about the image quality and usability in daily life (it's always in my pocket). The focal length is perfect for catching all situations nearby (e.g. food on a table, buildings, people,...). I am now thinking about getting the Fuji X-T20 because it has the same APS-C sensor (which is good for low light) and its interchangeable lenses. Sometimes zooming would be helpful for me. The X70 has a very useful digital zoom, which I like, but the...
Hi Everyone, I've been a hobby photographer for many years, but never got into studio work at all. I am a Fire Chief who manages a number of volunteer fire departments for a large region. I've recently picked up some cheap ebay gear to complement my existing camera bag, and would like to take formal shots of my volunteers at special events. I just did my first trial at a banquet last week, and the results are encouraging, but I would like some feedback before I try again. I'm not looking...
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