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The Canon EOS 18 MP camera is a flexible portable body only and is made for storing your photos for you and taking bright and beautiful pictures in many different conditions. ...Read more
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Great camera. I got it at a reasonable price.
I've been a canon camera buyer for over 45 years and none of my canon cameras from the film cameras (e.g., Ae-1, FTB, rebel, several point and shoot cameras, EOS etc., ) to my...Read more
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A worthy upgrade for Rebel and xxD users
I had been shooting with a Rebel XT for a few years, which is a wonderful 8 MP camera. But, the small size, small LCD, restricted ISO, etc. imposed limitations on image captu...Read more

Canon EOS 60D 18.0 MP Digital SLR Camera - Black (Body Only)

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The Canon EOS 18 MP camera is a flexible portable body only and is made for storing your photos for you and taking bright and beautiful pictures in many different conditions. Catching special events without extending flash memory is easy by making use of the 4 GB of integrated storage found on this Canon EOS 60D. Added megapixels means cropping and enlarging will not adversely affect picture quality. Make 12x18 inch prints of the moments of your life and share them with family, friends, and colleagues with the 18 MP image sensor found on this Canon EOS digital SLR camera. Be the envy of your friends with the Canon EOS 18 MP camera and its stylish black body. This Canon EOS 60D allows you to be ready to make snapshots using its rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries. Great pictures and outstanding performance are yours with this Canon EOS digital SLR camera. The HDMI slot on the Canon EOS 18 MP camera allows you to capture the magical moments of your life and send them to family and friends. Also, this Canon EOS 60D helps you to select the storage size of the camera with its flash memory card slot. With the 3-inch LCD monitor found on this Canon EOS digital SLR camera, you can play back the preserved moments of your life and share them with family and friends. The Canon EOS 18 MP camera comes with only the body and no lens. An advantage to getting the camera body on its own is that you pick the best interchangeable lenses to get based on your growing photography budget resources.

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Product Identifiers
BrandCanon
Model60D
MPN4460B003
UPC013803129052

Key Features
Camera TypeDigital SLR
Sensor Resolution18.0 MP
Screen Size3"

Optical Sensor
Sensor Size14.9 x 22.3mm
Sensor TypeCMOS

Lens System
Lens For SDBody Only
Focus AdjustmentAutofocus & Manual Presets, Automatic, Manual
Auto Focus typeTTL contrast and phase detection
Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera29 - 216mm

Exposure
Max Shutter Speed1/8000 sec
Min Shutter Speed30 sec
Exposure compensation±5 EV range, in 1/2 or 1/3 EV steps
Exposure RangeEV 0-20 ( ISO 100 )
Exposure MeteringCenter-Weighted, Evaluative, Multi-Segment, Spot, partial (6.5%)
Exposure ModesAperture-Priority, Automatic, Bulb, E-TTL II Program Flash, Manual, Program, Shutter-Priority
Light SensitivityISO 100-6400, ISO 12800, ISO auto
Light Sensitivity Max12800

Camera Flash
Flash TypePop-up Flash
Red Eye ReductionYes
Camera Flash FeaturesAF Illuminator, Auto Flash, Fill-in Flash, Flash +/- Compensation, Flash Off, Rear Sync Flash, Red-eye Reduction Flash
Flash ModesAuto Mode, E-TTL, Fill-in Mode, OFF mode, Rear Curtain Sync, Red-eye Reduction

Memory / Storage
Integrated Memory size4096 MB
Supported Flash MemorySD Card, SD Memory Card, SDHC Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SDXC Memory Card

Viewfinder
Viewfinder TypeOptical
Optical Viewfinder TypeFixed eye-level pentaprism
Viewfinder - Field Coverage96%
Viewfinder Magnification0.95x
Dioptric Correction Range-3 to +1

Dimensions
Depth3.09 in.
Height4.17 in.
Width5.69 in.
Weight23.8 Oz.

Display
Display TypeLCD
Display RotationRotating
Screen DetailsLCD display - TFT active matrix - 3" - color
Display Size3"

Microphone
Microphone TypeMicrophone - built-in - mono
Microphone Operation ModeMono

Connections
Connector Types1 x HDMI, 1 x Hi-Speed USB, 1 x USB, 1 x composite video/audio output, 1 x microphone
Expansion Slot1 x SD Memory Card

System Requirements for PC Connection
Operating System SupportedApple Mac OS X 10.4 - 10.6, MS Windows 7, MS Windows Vista, MS Windows XP

Battery
Battery Form FactorManufacturer specific

File Format
Digital Video FormatMOV, MPEG-4
Still Image FormatDPOF 1.1, JPEG, RAW, RAW + JPEG, Raw Image

Resolution
Max Video Resolution1920 x 1080

Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature0 °C
Max Operating Temperature40 °C

Other Features
Additional Features1080p Full HD Movie Recording, Auto Lighting Optimizer, Automatic Face Tracking, Brightness Control, DPOF Support, Depth-Of-Field Preview Button, Digital Noise Reduction, Direct Print, Exif Print Support, Face Detection, HDMI, Highlight Point Display, Highlight Tone Priority, Histogram Display, Illumination Correction, Image Stabilization, Interchangeable Lenses, LCD Live View Mode, Orientation Detection, PictBridge Support, RAW Processing, RGB Primary Color Filter, Red-eye Correction, USB 2.0 Compatibility
Face DetectionYes

Miscellaneous
Shooting ProgramsClose-up, Landscape, Night portrait, Portrait mode, Sports mode
Special EffectsCustom Effect, Faithful, Landscape, Monochrome, Neutral, Portrait
White BalanceAuto, Cloudy (Preset), Daylight / Sunny (Preset), Flash (Preset), Fluorescent (Preset), Manual, Shade (Preset), Tungsten (Preset)
Continuous Shooting Speed60 frames per second

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Canon EOS 60D 18.0 MP Digital SLR Camera - Black (Body Only)
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Great camera. I got it at a reasonable price.

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 | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Created: 09/02/13
I've been a canon camera buyer for over 45 years and none of my canon cameras from the film cameras (e.g., Ae-1, FTB, rebel, several point and shoot cameras, EOS etc., ) to my digital and video cameras have failed me. My 60D works very well in low light and shoots well with the built in flash. Shooting sports is fun again and candid shoots of my grandbaby without the flash is great. I now use my 40D as a backup. I've tried Nikon products but i always gravitate back to canon. My friend, a professional photographer swears by Nikon but admits my photos with the canons are excellent. My wife likes Sony....but you can't win over everyone..my photos are much better than her Sony shoots...smile..My lens from my EOS Elan film camera works well with the 60D so I didn't need to buy new lens. I know canon will come out with a new 70D but I'm happy with the 60D and it's going to be hard for canon to make me put the 60D in the backup position. I bought the 60D because of the HD video and the swivel viewfinder. Love it...I must admit I have to get use to the on-off switch on the photo selection dial. Battery life is great.
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A worthy upgrade for Rebel and xxD users

Created: 15/01/11
I had been shooting with a Rebel XT for a few years, which is a wonderful 8 MP camera. But, the small size, small LCD, restricted ISO, etc. imposed limitations on image capture possibilities.

Initially, I considered upgrading within the Rebel line to one of the models that had a 3-inch LCD. Around that time, the T1i and T2i were introduced. However, I was not impressed with the size and button layout. Yes, you get the resolution, video, etc., but if you're going to be shooting hundreds or thousands of photos in a single day, the body has to quite functional.

Finally, we have the 60D and 7D. I read the reviews and was torn between the T2i, 60D and 7D. Based on reviews alone, I was seriously looking at the 7D. But, after I had a chance to compare all three side by side, the 60D got my vote. Why? Here is my point of view:

* The 60D has the right size and weight to fit comfortably in my hand. I tend to hand hold a majority of my shots (particularly when traveling). So, size and weight are big factors. Let's face it: if you have medium+ hands, the Rebels are cramped. Yes, they work well, but they are geared to the entry-level photographer. The 7D is a beast - I was shocked at how heavy it is in the hand - and that was without a battery grip. If you use a tripod for a majority of your shooting, then the 7D weight won't be as much of a factor.

* The 60D hits the sweet spot for the Rebel upgrader. By this I mean that if you're looking to advance in photography, the 60D is a good choice. It's sandwiched between the T2i and 7D in the Canon lineup (and priced as such). You get a blend of features between lines. I got the bigger LCD, higher ISO, increased fps, video, etc. that were on my list.

* Wireless flash. If you have an off-camera flash, this is a fantastic feature the T2i does NOT have. The 60D lets you use your flash wirelessly without the need for a master. Again, for more advanced photography, this is excellent and extremely useful.

Let's talk about the LCD. The size and resolution are impressive. Do you need the tilt/swivel? If you plan to shoot video - absolutely. If you do stills - maybe not, although it can be handy for challenging angles (ground, overhead). The hinge is very sturdy and it's effortless to move around. My wife has a PowerShot with the same sort of LCD (albeit much smaller). It has remained sturdy and reliable. So, if you're concerned about durability, I say don't be. Plus, when not in use, the screen tucks away and is protected.

What about the buttons? You may have read comments and seen reviews where people knock the buttons. They don't click like on other Canon models. They are more of a "soft push" type. Why? Perhaps to reduce button noises during audio recordings. I was concerned about this after reading reviews, but it is a bit overblown in comments, I think.

Popular Photography has just come out with a review (Feb 2011 issue). Their bottom-line take is that the 60D is a "middleweight marvel" and a great upgrade choice. They say it surpasses the 50D in most areas and bests the Nikon D7000.

My final advice: Lay hands on the T2i, 60D and 7D. Don't simply go by reviews without touching the cameras. You may find the T2i hits your checklist just fine. Or, you may want the more pro features found in the 7D. You really can't go wrong with any of these models, but you could be disappointed by missing features, size, weight, layout, etc.
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A low cost, but satisfactory, alternative to the Canon 4mm f2.8 lens

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Created: 01/03/12
I have begun taking pictures of birds and wanted to try to achieve the reach and aperture of the Canon 400mm f2.8 lens without spending over $5,000. Initially I checked out the Canon EOS 7d and almost purchased it. I was not aware of the 60D, but when I learned of its existence I did a google search for a comparative review. The review said the two cameras were essentially equal. I bought the 60D and have really enjoyed it. It is light, fast and, with my experience with my EOS 5dMkII, I had a working familiarity with the controls and settings. I have taken this camera on a trip to Carmel and had excellent luck with landscapes, sea otters and a seagull. While the combination of this camera (with its less than full size sensor) with my Canon 70-200mm (extended to 360mm owing to the smaller sensor) f2.8 lens gives me close to 400mm reach and f2.8 aperature, the results are quite satisfactory and I can see no reason why I would ever lease or buy the big lens.
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This camera is a wonder.

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Created: 26/08/13
The EOS Rebel T5i DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens from Canon is an APS-C format digital SLR camera with an 18MP CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 5 image processor. It is combined with the versatile EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens for a wide range of focal length shooting options.

With 14-bit Analog/Digital conversion, an ISO range from 100-12800 (expandable to 25600) and Multi Shot Noise Reduction, the Rebel T5i offers sharp details, accurate colors and low-noise imaging in both bright and low-light shooting situations. Its 9-point all cross-type autofocus system provides fast focusing when shooting with the viewfinder and Hybrid CMOS AF increases autofocus speeds when shooting in Live View. The Rebel T5i can continuously shoot up to 5 fps.
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awesome camera, big upgrade for T1i (or older Rebels) owners. recommended!

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Created: 29/08/11
Having this camera for about a week, i can say so far that this camera serves me very well. Pictures are great out of camera, great colors and pretty sharp.

My short list of pros and cons

Pros:
great pictures and high resolution
great high ISO pergormance and low amount of noise all the way up to 3200 ISO, even 6400 ISO with shooting RAW and post-processing in ACR
video of high quality
tilt and swift LCD monitor
precise auto focus
good handling and ergonomics
well built and lighter body (despite some plastics inside)
very good battery life

Cons:
could have more advanced AF system (like 7d has)
dynamic range, although good enough for most situation, is not great (shooting RAW and post-processing is needed sometimes)
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