Canon EOS 60D Review
The successor to the enthusiast EOS 50D, the 60D makes the previous camera obsolete.
New features on board the 60D include an 18 million pixel sensor, full 1080p HD video recording with a choice of frame rates, Canon’s iFCL metering system and an articulating LCD – which at the time of release was the only Canon DSLR to use one.
Also on board is an upper ISO sensitivity of ISO 6400 (or 12800 in expanded mode). Meanwhile, things that have been inherited from the 50D are the same 9-point autofocus system and Digic 5 image processor.
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adavies | Camera & Gear Tests, Canon D-SLRs | 15/01/2012 19:49pm