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Canon 60D

This is the camera I own… and I love it! So if you’re looking to purchase this camera and have a specific question please feel free to email me any specific questions you might have!

It is hard when deciding which camera to buy! I thought a long time about the the difference between the t3i vs 60d. Most of the reviews are pretty straight forward explaining what each camera feature has or doesn’t have. The one I don’t agree with that I read a lot is the size or weight issue. I read once if you have small hands you might like the feel of the T3i better. Not true…. I am a gal with gal hands and I don’t feel the size or weight is even a consideration. Yes the T3i is a bit smaller in size and weight, but I don’t think it’s enough to really make a difference in your decision. I love my camera and never do I think it’s to big or weighs too much… it’s just right!

Right now the Canon 60D is on sale!

List price: $999.00
Sale Price: $865.00

Also if you purchase this camera as a bundle you can save $250.00 on the Canon EF 70-300mm lens! Sweet!
Plus you get the SanDisk 16GB memory card and the Amazon Basics Backpack for your DSLR camera for FREE!

Official Product Description:

  • 18.0-megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor; ISO 100-6400 (expandable to 12800)
  • Body only; lenses sold separately
  • Improved EOS HD Video mode with manual exposure control; Vari-angle 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor
  • 5.3 fps continuous shooting; enhanced iFCL 63-zone, Dual-layer metering system
  • Compatibility with SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards (not included)

It’s been a busy period here at dpreview but behind the scenes we’ve been shooting with and testing many of the big Photokina 2010 releases. The 60D is not the direct replacement for the 50D that many Canon users expected but there’s still an awful lot of 7D fitting into a smaller, lighter body with an articulated screen that is likely to appeal to video shooters. It has the same 18MP sensor as the 7D and 550D and the large, bright viewfinder from its predecessor. It becomes the first X0D camera to have a plastic, rather than metal, body but it also becomes the first to have an articulated screen – a variant of the excellent 1.04 million dot 3:2 screen from the 550D. So how well do all these elements come together and do they create a ‘super Rebel’ for entry-level users to aspire to?



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