Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Introducing... The Canon 60D

The other day Canon unveiled the long awaited 60d, from what we've read on the forums and dpreview it's actually shaping up to be a pretty good upgrade... A few of us were lucky enough to be invited to the exclusive preview/unveiling night. Three Course Dinner and Fireworks... not too bad canon.




With added features such as a 18 megapixel APS-C Sensor,  Full HD 1080p video with Advanced Auto Focus, 3.0'' Articulating LCD screen, Native ISO range from 100-6400 which can be pushed to 12800 (makes shooting in low light situations easier than ever), 5.3 frames per second for up to 58 jpeg images and an Integrated Speedlite Transmitter giving you the freedom to trigger your flashes off camera...
just to name a few.

Another interesting feature that canon has incorporated into the 60d is the addition of Creative Filters (Grainy B/W, Soft Focus, Toy Camera Effect and Miniature Effect). This enables enthusiasts to add special effects to their images without the need of Photoshopping or other editing software. One big thing that canon is pushing with the 60d is how easy it is to use... anyone from your total amateur to your seasoned pro could pick this camera up and take an amazing image

So if you're thinking about making the step up to a DSLR or looking to upgrade you're current body then look no further than the 60d, Available late September at Camera Electronic.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

what a crappy review! A waste of time for me!

December 26, 2011 at 3:56 PM  

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Introducing... The Canon 60D

The other day Canon unveiled the long awaited 60d, from what we've read on the forums and dpreview it's actually shaping up to be a pretty good upgrade... A few of us were lucky enough to be invited to the exclusive preview/unveiling night. Three Course Dinner and Fireworks... not too bad canon.




With added features such as a 18 megapixel APS-C Sensor,  Full HD 1080p video with Advanced Auto Focus, 3.0'' Articulating LCD screen, Native ISO range from 100-6400 which can be pushed to 12800 (makes shooting in low light situations easier than ever), 5.3 frames per second for up to 58 jpeg images and an Integrated Speedlite Transmitter giving you the freedom to trigger your flashes off camera...
just to name a few.

Another interesting feature that canon has incorporated into the 60d is the addition of Creative Filters (Grainy B/W, Soft Focus, Toy Camera Effect and Miniature Effect). This enables enthusiasts to add special effects to their images without the need of Photoshopping or other editing software. One big thing that canon is pushing with the 60d is how easy it is to use... anyone from your total amateur to your seasoned pro could pick this camera up and take an amazing image

So if you're thinking about making the step up to a DSLR or looking to upgrade you're current body then look no further than the 60d, Available late September at Camera Electronic.

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