Set aside the Pentax fans or Nikon lovers, Canon users will remain Canon users – super loyal to their fav camera making company. Photography is a passionate hobby for me and I tend to use every mode of my camera pretty seriously to come up with amazing photographs. Things become irritating when the mode dial in my Canon camera moves to some other option without my knowledge thus disrupting the settings and killing precious time.
Canon fans have something new to rejoice about. Canon EOS 60D has finally been made public by Canon after (as expected) all the leaks and rumors. The new Canon DSLR boasts a 18 megapixel CMOS sensor with digic 4 image processing technique. It is certainly one well crafted entry level DSLR (though a bit more than just a DSLR) that is surely going to attract plenty of attention very soon.
If you’re looking to buy a new DSLR either for yourself or a loved one this Christmas and you’re willing to empty out your wallet or spend that bonus, then this may interest you. The Canon EOS 7D may be expensive but it is certainly a proper piece of kit suitable for those who are serious about their photography.
Just recently launched, the EOS 7D has also had good reviews from a number of large review sites. Just to recap for those interested, the Canon EOS 7D’s main specs are 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with 8 frames per second continuous shooting, 1080p 24fps HD video with full manual control, a 3-inch LCD, 19-point AF system, and wireless flash control. Continue reading »
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