Apparently, in the 2010-2011 year, Canon has decided to radically redefine the concept of its model lines SLR cameras. As a result, we have several cameras that provide a similar image quality with similar matrices, but belonging to an entirely different classes: EOS 550D, EOS 60D, EOS 7D and maybe, EOS 600D (this model has not been on our testing and confidently it is impossible to talk about). And here it is clearly seen a shift in the positioning of the EOS 60D slightly toward the amateur segment. This is confirmed by our tests. Yes, the camera has a large uhvatisty body, relieves great in any environment, very quickly in the work. But the functions and settings in it as much as you need a hobby photographer. Serious report may be too tough for the camera because of the not very high rate of fire and a small buffer, use the slower SD card, almost "amateur" autofocus without a lot of settings, as in the EOS 7D. But at the same time it is equipped with a great and very convenient swivel screen, while the older sister has borrowed and wireless control function flashes. In addition, the camera is very copes with Video in Full HD, has many manual settings for this (from the Manual Exposure to adjust the sound level).
- good image quality up to ISO 1600, inclusive;
- convenient swivel display;
- Full HD video shooting with a mass of manual settings;
- a more intuitive interface for the novice;
- uhvatisty big body.
Canon EOS 60D Firmware
support for :
- Mac OS