Canon EOS 60D

Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi guys.  I have Canon 60D, but would like to switch to mirrorless system due to travelling and smaller size, a wifi is a must. I have been looking Olympus OM-D E-M10 II, but I am not sure if it's worth it. My budget is around 800 €.  I use my camera for portrait photography and for landscapes when travelling.
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AnyoneWill the Tamron AF 2x (7E) Model: 230F Tele-Converter work on the Tamron SP 70-300mm F/4-5.6 DI VC USD mounted on a Canon 60D?Thanks - Jim
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Considering moving from a Canon 60D to the X-T20 and have a few questions.  I am an intermediate user and looking for something with up to date specs in a smaller form factor.   1. How big of a jump/re-learning will it be to go from Canon to Fuji systems and from DSLR to mirrorless? 2. Can you use the touch screen to change the single focus point while you are using the EVF?  I've looked at many initial reviews and YouTube videos but haven't seen an answer to this.  If not can this be done...
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I'm looking for a new adventure camera, maybe micro 4/3s... looking for suggestions! I've shot on a Canon 60d for the past 5 years. When I do take it with me, it always delivers image quality I'm happy with. Even with the lowly 18-135 kit lens, it has done everything I've asked of it and I'm generally happy with the results. The problem is that 95% of the time, I don't take it with me. I do a bunch of skiing and running in the mountains here in Alaska, and taking a backpack to accommodate the...
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Hello. I recently acquired an EOS M3 to augment my 80D and 60D for video production. Although I had the camera set to manual mode, indoors at ISO 1600, FHD at 30fps, 1/60 sec. at f/5.6, I've noticed that the exposure varies significantly as lighting conditions or subject-matter change. This is not good, as I need a uniform look. Am I to assume that there is no true manual setting where exposure stays constant? And if there is, how to I accomplish it? Thanks for any help.
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As a Canon 60D user for last two years and having just recovered from a broken neck(!) I’m planning a number of trips to catch up on missed landscape photo opportunities to Canaries, Scillies, Greece, Hong Kong, Oz and New Zealand. I’ve just read Photoplus Magazine issue on budget telephoto lenses and have decided to add one to my camera bag. Problem - which one? 1. The Tamron SP 70 - 300mm as recommended in the report at £300 2. A Canon EF 70 - 300mm f4 -5.6GL IS USB at £800 or, 3. Canon EF...
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Hi, I'm thinking of moving from a Olympus EM10 mk1 to a Panasonic Lumix G80/G85 as since coming from a Canon 60D I find the EM10 just a little too small and the Panny seems like a good compromise. One question though... on the EM10 I use the touch to take photo option on the touchscreen quite a lot (mainly because the autofocus left to itself to choose the AF point is a bit iffy), does anyone know if the G80/G85 has the same ability? Thanks in advance!
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Canon 60d with external flash using pocket wizard. only does this in TV mode. Does not do it with speedlite or in another mode setting.
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I'm planning to get the new Canon 70-300 mkII this month to upgrade from my really old 90-300. That range is good for most of my daily needs, but last year in summer I spent a lot of time at the beach and 300mm for surfers and people doing paragliding from the nearby mountains is not long enough, I was forced to crop a bit too much. Canon's 100-400 is out of budget and too heavy (I often go hiking and/or travel by bicycle), and getting a Tamron 150-600 feels a bit overkill, mostly because I'd...
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With my AOS 60D, I am shooting some very small objects for a friend. All is fine until I go slower that one second at f/16. Sometimes, I can shoot 5 shots and all will be way overexposed, almost to the point of vanishing. Other times, the exposure will seem to vary, although the light source is stable. AS a result my working time has increased and I have fewer usable images. Somewhere I read that this Canon camera has an long exposure problem. I forgot to save the site where I read this. This...
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