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Canon EOS 60D 18 MP CMOS DSLR Camera


Solid Prosumer DSLR/Video Camera


This is a Canon EOS 60D 18 MP CMOS DSLR Camera with 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS UD Lens ( look at Pic 1 )


Excellent pictures - Even with the stock 18-135 lens, solid photos, great details, and very very crop-able. Yes this is not an L Lens but it is still very good.








Reviews :


  • Very fast focus, yes its not the 32 point next gen autofocus, but in all my tests when not using live view it does just fine transitioning between focus points

  • Fast shooting speed almost 6 fps is very good, and thought 3 fps was good. (I also like the 2 settings for shooting speed, normal and high speed)

  • Excellent pictures - Even with the stock 18-135 lens, solid photos, great details, and very very crop-able

  • Articulating Rear LCD Screen : The 60D is the only current Canon DSLR with this handy feature. This may prove useful for videographers, as well as for setting up compositions while the camera is on a tripod, for macro use, or for using it from unusually low or high vantage points. There is also an electronic level, visible in the viewfinder, rear LCD, or top LCD

  • Like the 7D, the 60D incorporates wireless flash triggering. It allows you to trigger multiple off camera flashes at different output levels. The T2i does not have this feature.

  • Exterior buttons and controls : Greater ease and control of changing camera settings as you work vs. the T2i. The 60D has nearly every control one needs on the exterior of the camera and it has the rear dial and top LCD display screen that are not on the T2i. Any other controls can be easily accessed with the Q button and menu or in the other menus on the rear LCD monitor. The top buttons of the 60D set only one setting each, so this is less complicated than the multiple-setting buttons of the 7D. Canon has removed the WB button that the 7D and 50D have, but that isn't a big deal - use the Q Menu. Another change is that the Multi-controller has been moved from the thumb joystick like the 7D and 50D and placed in the middle of the rear Quick-control dial. This doesn't change how it functions, and should just be a matter of getting used to the difference.

  • The flip out rotating screen is very sharp, probably one of the best I've seen on a DSLR. I don't shoot much live view though.
    It uses SD, only because I had plenty of SD cards from my last two devices.

  • Video performance is excellent, head over to vimeo.com and look at all the sample footage, it is just astounding. I've experimented with the 50/1.8 lens and wow the DoF is crisp in the video. You would need some expensive lens adapters to get these results with a camcorder.
    The flip out screen! This is main reason I bought this camera, It never made sense to me how I could shoot proper video without those expensive view finder liveview converter things. Plus I thought they looked silly. Now with this, I hold the camera at just above waist level close to my body with the screen flipped out and up, it makes for stable video and relatively easy manual focus if you want to use it.
    Manual controls are also very useful for video, you can control everything from the image to the audio via manual controls







Canon EOS 60D 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm
f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens and EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens with
16GB Deluxe
Accessory Kit
. ( look at pic 2 )


Product Description : 


  • 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor

  • 5.3fps continuous shooting up to approx. 58 Large/JPEGs and 16 RAW continuous shooting

  • Improved EOS HD Video mode with manual exposure control

  • ISO 100-6400 (expandable to 12800) for shooting from bright to dim light

  • 1080p HD video recording with manual controls

  • 3.0 inch articulated Clear View LCD with 1,040,000 dots

  • Enhanced iFCL 63-zone, Dual-layer metering system; and 9-point AF system

  • Wireless flash control



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