Canon unveils 60D DSLR camera

Posted in Canon by Shane McGlaun on August 26th, 2010

Canon has unveiled its latest DSLR camera called the EOS 60D. The new camera will replace the 50D in the Canon line and offers new features. The only change that isn’t so good is that the 60D uses a plastic body rather than the magnesium body of the 50D.

The EOS 60D has a 3-inch Live View LCD that articulates into several different angles for easy shooting. The camera also has integrated RAW processing and creative filters. The image sensor for the camera has 18MP resolution and uses a DIGIC 4 image processor.

That image processor allows the camera to shoot bursts at 5.3fps for up to 58 frames. The ISO range is 100 to 6400 and can be extended to 12800. Other features include 9-point autofocus and an integrated Speedlight transmitter. Pricing is about $1,000 for the body only.

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UPDATE: Correction made for pricing.

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