Canon EOS 60D

Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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By: Max Tostevin (1 week ago)
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Looking at getting a used Canon 60d body and was wondering whether it's a good quality camera and if it takes clear and sharp pictures. Also what would be a good cheap lens to go on it mostly for landscape photography but some portrait.
By: Irwin56 (1 week ago)
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Dear DPReview, I recently sold my EOS 60D and intend on purchasing the new EOS 80D,i have been reading the review on the 80d and it is very good.the review also mentions the Nikon D7200,and the EOS 7D mk II. I don't do much  video work I prefer landscape and general photography. Coming from having the 60D,and going to the 80D is that a good choice or is the 7D mk II a better choice.
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Hi all, I've been looking at improving the overall quality and sharpness of my images. Because of that, earlier this year I invested in a Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8 L IS II, which I am very satisfied with. This lens already gave me a major improvement on quality compared to my previous setup (Canon EOS 60D + Canon EF 28-300 f/3.5-5.6 L IS USM) Now that I am settled with a great lens, I am looking to improve image quality from the camera's side. I have always used cameras with crop sensors (10D >...
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We're shooting a "Photos with Santa" charity event and I'd like to use two monitors - one for the child to see his picture and the other to show the parents facing outwards. My problem is when I connect the HDMI to my camera I lose the ability to see on the camera screen when in live view. I have to use the TV/monitor to see the focus point and exposure data. I'm using a mini HDMI cable to the output of my 60D and connecting it to a HDMI TV. My question is two fold; 1) Is there a setting on...
By: Kawchman (3 weeks ago)
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Howdy, I have a Canon 60D with the stock 18-135mm lens on it. I was hoping to get a little guidance on buying a fisheye lens to take some action shots of mountain biking/skateboarding etc.... I can make do with the lens I have but I was hoping to take it to the next level with a fisheye. Any recommendations or advice would be awesome! I've done some independent research but still wouldn't mind some input from people with experience.  Thanks in advance!
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Will I see a noticeable difference in image quality, white balance and reduced noise in higher ISO's?
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Hi Everyone, I am planning to purchase a camera that fall in a budget between 50,000 to 60,000  (in Indian Rupees). My cousins have suggested me to go for CANON 60D. But when I checked in the showrooms and retail stores, I got to know that the production has been stopped for this model. Hence, I checked for some other models and found CANON 750D in a slightly higher budget. Well, I wanted to clarify on certain things :-| 1. I am pretty confused about the two opinions/suggestions I hear when I...
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Hello All, My current setup for Wildlife Photography is Canon EOS 60D and Canon 100-400 MKII. I'm mainly into Bird Photogarphy (75%) and other wildlife (25%). Requesting your view on upgrading my camera body to 5DMKIV, how does this fair for Birds and BIF photography. I now know the limitations of my current body (ISO, AF Speed,...) and for past couple of months looking for an upgrade and been researching related to the same. Yours opinions and suggestions would help...
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I recently bought the Canon 80D and when I fired used the Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM lens for action shots and a lot of the images were out of focus. It seemed like the lens had trouble focusing and keeping the subject in focus. I switched back to using my Canon 60D and the lens worked fine. I tried multiple settings on the 80D but it still had problems focusing.  Has anyone else had this problem with other Sigma Lens?
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Hi, I will be in Okinawa, Japan for a festival with my kids and extended family (some from Okinawa), trying to get some great shots and some videos, not just from the festival, but also from the city Naha, its people, our Japanese relatives, etc. I have a Canon 60D with 18-200mm, 10-18 lenses and two prime 24mm and 50mm, and also a Canon G16. I have become a little disappointed at the image quality I get from the 60D. I was considering getting an 80D bundled with a 18-135mm USM lens, and...
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