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October 12, 2010

The Canon 60D is an excellent and a highly recommended High End entery level DSLR.

The canon 60D is made of polycarbonate resin on an aluminum chassis. It is durable and light weight. The new design control bottoms all laid-out on the camera’s right side for an easy, one handed operation. Another change is the integrated 8-way joystick with the Quick Control dial. The menus are Easy to use and include clever Subject modes with ‘Ambience Selection’ (Standard, Vivid, Soft, Warm, Intense, Cool, Brighter, Darker and Monochrome).

The canon 60D uses an 18 Megapixel, 63-zone Dual Layer metering sensor that offers an accurate analysis of color, luminance and focus information and supply very low noise levels. The 60D offers a continuous shooting burst mode of 5.3 frames per second which suffice for nature and extreme sports photography.

The DIGIC 4 Processor, captures images in RAW and JPEG and allows Conversion between them.

The 60D High quality 3″ display screen folds out and sideways and is very handy for shooting from various angles using the live view function. It is water resistant and has a special coating which prevents visible fingerprints. The screen’s resolution is a high 1.040.000 dots that delivers a clear representation even under daylight.

The 60D offers and advanced HD Movie Mode that can shot at 10 ATP. The outcome is crisp and crystal clear. The Camera provides three choices for movie resolution, all recorded as progressive scan video compression: Full HD – 1080p at either 30, 25, or 24 frames per second; (720p) mode; standard 640 x 480 pixel (VGA) mode

The 60D supports SD, SDHC and the new SDXC memory cards.

In all aspects the 60D performs flawlessly and offers an outstanding user experience.



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