Saturday, August 17, 2013

Canon EOS 60D Touchscreen Vari-Angle LCD DIGIC 4 18MP Digital SLR Camera

Canon EOS 60D Digital SLR
Canon EOS 60D equipped by an 18.0 Megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor that captures such a high level of resolution, an older generation DIGIC 4 image processor and a maximum sensitivity of ISO6400 (ISO12800 in expanded mode), which lags behind the 100D and 700D. Even so, performance is good at high sensitivity settings, and the maximum burst rate is a respectable 5.3fps. The 60D boasts plenty of advanced shooting features.
Canon EOS 60D Digital SLR Vari-Angle LCD
Unlike all of the 1100D, 100D, 600D and 700D bodies, the 60D supported with an additional info LCD on its top plate. This is ideal for checking important shooting parameters, while additional buttons enable faster direct access to a wide range of settings. The viewfinder is an up-market pentaprism unit, which is clear and bright, and, as on the 600D and 700D, there’s a vari-angle and touchscreen LCD

Despite a slightly dated design, most of what makes even the latest upmarket Canon D-SLRs great is present and correct on the 60D. The ALO (Auto Lighting Optimizer) works brilliantly to tame harsh lighting, and the iFCL metering and nine-point autofocus systems are accurate. It also features built-in wireless control for remote use of compatible flashguns.
Canon EOS 60D Digital SLR Touchscreen LCD
As with the 7D, which was launched slightly ahead of the 60D, there’s a bit more image noise at very high ISO settings compared with the 100D, 600D and 700D. Even so, noise is well restrained up to around ISO3200, with plenty of retention of fine detail and texture within images. Canon EOS 60D is still an excellent camera for advanced photographers, and is great value at the price.