Canon EOS 60D

Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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can someone help me choose the right memory card for my Canon 60D. I will be upgrading my camera body in the near future. Im looking for a set of 2 cards. I do a lot of action and sports photography too. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1372389-REG/sony_64gb_m_series_uhs_ii.html https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1282971-REG/sandisk_sdsdxxg_032g_gn4in_extremepro_sdhc_32gb.html
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Actually i have once used Elinchrom FRX400, it was a very good strobe. But this time im planning to get GODOX AD600 or 600B strobe(2pieces) with the trigger. Im actually going to use it cover events(seminars) in an auditorium. The auditorium is fully air conditioned and well built. My question is on which strobe can i choose.. I personally prefer the Godox strobe cause it has the TTl functionality and i hate continuosly changing the power output of the strobe using the on cam top trigger..Is...
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Hello all, I couldn't find a subforum where we introduce ourselves, so I'm jumping right into it with my question. I recently purchased a 200D to replace my aged 350D (my wife owns a 60D but I rarely use it). This was a camera I was looking forward to owning ever since it hit the rumour mill. My question is, the RAW output from my 200D is noticeably flatter in colour than the RAW output from my 350D, or even the 60D. I'm sure each camera has a different picture style setting, however that...
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which one produce better image quality assuming both of them using kit lens
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Hi, Presently I have a 60D with the following lenses (EF 50mm f1.8,EFS 18-135mm f3.5-5.6 IS, EFS 55-250mm f4.5-5.6 IS, Tamron 24-70mm f2.8) I am thinking of upgrading my 60D. Which model should I go for, thinking also the cost. Thanks in advance,
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Hello everyone, I'm really glad I found this group, and thank you for everyone's help. I hope this is a great question.... I have a super old mint condition 420EX Canon flash. Since this flash's power output cannot be changed from the flash, does this also mean that even with a set of Pocket Wizards, this is also true ? IF I place the 420EX on a camera like the 50D or 60D, the camera will adjust the flash power output, so I wonder..... can you adjust the power output with older Pocket Wizard...
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Hi everyone, I currently have a Canon 60D camera that I use to record videos. I use a Sennheiser lav mic set up. I've been frustrated by the inability to plug earphones into the body and listen while I record. I want to upgrade to a camera that allows me to do both (connect lav mic without an extra accessory AND connect headphones). My lenses are fairly expensive so want to stick with Canon, despite some very tempting Sony cameras now available. I don't need the latest and best camera, so was...
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Still photogrpher since 1980s, am now delving into video.  New fz2500, Dell XPS 15 laptop, Powerdirector 16 (will also use a Canon 60D with ultra wide angle lens; and possibly a GoPro down the road).   I will be shooting outdoor type footage primarily (nature/scenic, outdoor sports action).  End use is upload to Youtube or Vimeo, and or to a sharing website Picassa, Shutterfly, other.  Would also like to be able to burn a final video to DVD or store on flash drive. I don't know squat about...
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Have a tight budget limit of USD1100 and need help deciding between these two options. Option A. Nikon d7100 (refurbished) w/Sigma 17-70 (1049 USD) Option B. Nikon D7200 (new) with 18-140mm w/audio kit and extra battery (1096 USD) I shoot indoors occasionally (concert/event photography) but also use the camera a lot when traveling. I also shoot in low-light quite a bit... I used to shoot with a Canon 60D (2010 model with 18 MP) with a Tamron 17-50mm and Canon 55-250mm combo before I got the...
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Hello, I've been shooting with my 60D for over 5 years now and have taken tens of thousands of images. Overall, I've been very happy with it, but have begun wondering if perhaps if I'd have better image quality with a newer body. I shoot at high shutter speeds for fast moving insects and birds and the required ISOs sometimes result in a lot of noise (I use Lightroom but it's not always enough). I've heard that newer cameras have much better high ISO performance, and that would be huge for me....
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