Canon EOS 60D DSLR Body Black
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Canon EOS 60D DSLR Body Black

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Canon EOS 60D DSLR Body Black - Expert Reviews

Overall Review

From the Numero Uno Camera Company in the world, one of the most efficient DSLRs made available in the market is Canon EOS 60D, it is a mid range DSLR which features 18 Megapixels, HD video and a fully-articulated screen. At the time of announcement Canon EOS 60D Body Only was introduced as the successor to Canon EOS 50D, but later Canon repositioned this device from a semi-pro stage of its predecessor to the mid-range. So now Canon EOS 60D sits comfortably in between upper entry level Canon EOS 550D and semi pro Canon EOS 7D which allows it to go neck to neck to Nikon D90 and Nikon D700. This repositioning of the device has came across as pretty much of a heartache to all the existing owners who her hoping for a semi pro upgrade from devices like Canon EOS 40D and Canon EOS 50. Although there are many Positives of Canon EOS 60D, there are some flaws too. But then no device is flawless. Basically, Canon EOS 60D can be looked upon in two simple ways. First way is to make it rest perfectly alongside Canon EOS 550D and Canon EOS 7D and make it a mid range DSLR.

 

This device has a number of benefits packed in store for it and make if differentiable from the entry level devices and that too without being called a semi-pro models. So, just like in the case of Nikon D90 you are offered a wide variety of features without going through the cost, weight or the complexity of a semi-pro camera. In this approach Canon EOS 60D does not seem surprising but does what it is specifically meant to do. Other prospective is looking at Canon EOS 60D as the official successor to Canon EOS 50D, looking at the camera this way you will definitely be disappointed in one form or the other. Sure there are 3 extra Megapixels to the device, an array of movie options, an articulated screen with a nicer panel, wireless flash control and a number of in-camera post-processing options etc, but then stepping into the mid-range DSLR region has their own casualties.

Design and Build Quality

Canon EOS 60D, on paper may have been characterised as a mid-range DSLR category device from Canon. But when you look it from front it resembles the semi-pro line up a lot in terms of build, design and styling. Canon EOS 60D measures 145mm x 106mm x 79 mm and falls right in between Canon EOS 50D and Canon EOS 550D in size. An almost twin to this camera is Nikon’s D7000 which roughly measures the same in terms of height and depth but it is more than 1 cm narrower than the earlier. The mode dial of Canon EOS 60D offers the usual modes like the PASM mode, along with a separate Bulb position and a single Custom mode along with full Auto, Creative Auto, Flash Off, five presets and the Movie mode. In brief, Canon EOS 60D from its predecessor has gained a movie mode; got Bulb promoted to its own promotion and lost one custom mode.

Focus and Face Detection

Canon EOS 60D is the owner of the same 9 point AF system which was on Canon EOS 50D. Each and every point on the device is a cross-type which is sensitive to both horizontal and vertical lines when put on lenses of f5.6 or more. Also the centre point of the device is almost 2 times as sensitive as others when used with a lens aperture which is f2.8 or more. On paper, Canon EOS 60D’s 9 point AF system is crushed by 39 point AF system of Nikon D7000, but in the real word, it doesn’t make that much of a difference.

 

Lens and Image Stabilization

This is a body only review, so no lens is hoisted. But as such Canon EOS 60D is available with either the budget EF-S 18-55mm IS kit lens, which offers a basic 3x optical range that’s equivalent to 29-88mm, or the more recent EF-S 18-135mm IS which offers a much longer range equivalent to 29-216mm.

Screen and Menus

From a long time Canon did not involve the use of fully articulated screen in any of DSLR to feature a fully articulated screen, but looking at the fortunes earned by rivals, I guess Canon has decide to go the other way in this device and Canon EOS 60D becomes the first Canon DSLR to feature a fully articulated screen. The articulated mount is really the only special thing in Canon EOS 60D’s screen special, it also comes with the superb TFT panel which was seen the very first time on Canon EOS 550D. This panel measures a big 3 inches and applies a wide 3:2 aspect ratio as default, which matches the shape of the images perfectly. Most of the cameras use 4:3 as the default aspect ratio which means that 3:2 images will have black bar over and below them when viewed. Not so on Canon EOS 60D, it fills the screen in Live View or playback.

Battery

The powerhouse of Canon EOS 60D is the same LP-E6 battery which also featured on Canon EOS 7D and EOS 5D Mark II: an 1800mAh Lithium Ion pack which Canon claims is good for up to 1600 shots through the viewfinder without flash, this is really a highly significant increase over Canon EOS 7D which can only provide 1000 shots, given the same condition. The camera also provides an effective 350 minutes of video recording on the device.

Video Mode

Canon EOS 60D now becomes Canon's latest DSLR to offer HD video recording, and shares the same core modes as the Canon EOS 550D and Canon EOS 7D before it. It also features an external microphone input and the ability to manually set audio levels, while the icing on the cake is the fully-articulated screen which allows you to film comfortably at unusual angles.Starting with the actual video quality, the EOS 60D gives you have the choice of filming at either Full HD 1920x1080, HD1280x720 or VGA 640x480 pixels.

Sensors

Canon EOS 60D features an 18 Megapixel CMOS sensor. The physical size and pixel count is certainly identical: the EOS 60D's sensor measures 22.3x14.9mm and generates 3:2 aspect ratio images with a maximum resolution of 5184x3456 pixels. ISO Sensitivity of Canon EOS 60D ranges from a huge 100-12800.

Pros

Excellent photo quality, decent video, good performance overall, great lowlight response. Even if you are new to SLR cameras, you will find this quite easily manageable.

Cons

Live view focusing is slow, but you can set it to use one shot mode in live view, and that will improve the time it take to focus at the expense of momentarily blinking the screen. 

Canon EOS 60D DSLR Body Black - User Reviews

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5
REVIEW - BEFORE & POST PURCHASE
by Karthik Viswanathan on 2014-05-04

Ohhhh God... What a day it's been!

I'm sure there are many buyers who get so many different suggestions from many people on what to buy and what not to, which would only get them even more confused just like I have been.

To start with, I'm a Nikon D3100 user, for the past couple months wanted to own a bigger one and have been researching a lot, an offer on 600D where you get a 18-55 and 55-250mm, was very tempting, but by the time I could make my mind up, the prices went high and could only get reviews about it from friends who already bought it (they were definitely happy and on a budget that is still a perfect buy).

I then had shortlisted it to 600D, 650D and 60D, a friend of mine who is a professional photographer currently on a tour in Agra for a photo-shoot of Taj Mahal (which is just amazing) suggested me to get the 60D straight (if possible with 18-200), another friend who runs a business of renting camera lenses in Bangalore told me that 60D has been in the market for a while now and rather get a "70D" which would be a great buy for me, but it was a big NO NO on the budget front.

Finally today was the day, I had to purchase it, compared all my options and made my mind to go for the 60D. I have to say I am really happy about my decision for now, hopefully Flipkart and the seller (WS Retail) keep me just as happy as I am now!

Purchased it for 45768, expected delivery date is 9 days from now, but I guess they will deliver it to me before my travel date (16th May '14). Can't wait to get my hands on it.

I would really suggest any beginner or even an enthusiast to get a Canon 60D purely based on my research since the last 6 months and the pro's who suggested me this.

Thank you for reading, more hands on review after receiving the item.

Cheers!!!

Continued - HANDS ON EXPERIENCE!
Hello dear fellow flipkarters,

I'm back, been out on a trip down south, and yes, I did take my brand new 60D out with me. I have to say, I do not have any hard thoughts about my decision, I enjoyed my clicks with a new height of features, this camera is definitely for me.

As I'm not a pro but still an amateur, I can say, this camera with the LCD display on the top makes me stand out from the other DSLR users, being a semi-pro camera, the grip on it is perfect, the weight has been evenly proportioned and feels really good and powerful in hands, the looks are great, obviously all features are listed out in the specs and I'm not going to talk about it as this product does everything it has been designed to do so.

On a whole, this camera will make you stand out and even a professional photographer would not complain much about it. At the end of the day, they are all good, but the question is, what is it in a DSLR, that you prefer?

Happy clicking.

Cheers!
Karthik Viswanathan

5
made in Japan
by Lawrence Dsouza on 2014-05-20

I purchased 60D in may ,2014 . The seller was WS retail. I was happiest to see that the camera for which I paid 45K was made in japan and not made in China.

I think flipkart should provide one more mandatory indication for sellers to notify country of manufacture on electronics producs

5
Power packed for advanced beginners
by Saish Borkar on 2012-12-16

Been few days since I brought this camera, I got it from a local shop for much less and ended up getting it along with a 50mm F/1.8 lens for 62k

For a first impression the camera feels sturdy, although a bit heavy at 755 grams but once you get used to it, you feel like you are holding a point and shoot, nice rubberized grip and a strap to see that it stays stable.

Being my first DSLR I cant really say much in technical aspects as for that it will take sometime, for now these are my observations.

Design:
Ergonomically placed controls with a dial near shutter release button and a display array showing autofocus,drive modes,iso and metering, also a button to light it incase you are working on the viewfinder entirely. Next to LCD lies control wheel around SET button which can be assigned custom function, next to it there are the usual info and menu buttons. One thing I didnt like was delete button placed in the extreme left corner next to mode dial, something that should have been in the lower right extremity. and the mode dial needs unlocking by holding the middle button (to prevent unintentional change in the shooting mode) its flanked by ON/OFF switch
Special mention about tilt and swivel LCD, extemely useful in shooting at unusual angles. Top lies hotshoe for external flash.

Performance
I am an avid high speed photography shooter, I found 5.3Fps amazingly fast, though it reduces while shooting in RAW. Pictures have really nice quality on par with the 7D which uses the same DIGIC 4 sensor. 9 cross type AF sensors in diamond shape see that no action is missed. Besides there is custom white balance, bracketing, picture modes, in camera RAW processing, creative filters. ISO and Shutter speed increments i1/3rd stops are a special mention.I couldnt test the video function as I never shoot any.

Pros
- Tilt and swivel LCD
-good noise control at ISO 6400
-high shutterspeed for fast action (1/8000th) & bulb mode
-customizable settings(most frequently used settings can be saved and used when needed without going through all steps again)
- sturdy feel, rubberized grip
- cross check focus function (Via digital zoom)
-excellent battery life and recharge time (1100 shots via view finder & 2hr 30 minutes for full battery recharge)

Cons
-Kind of heavy at 755gms
- image delete button inconveniently placed at top left extremity
-sorely missing in camera crop I have on my Sony H50
-auto white balance sometimes favors warmer colors
-AF slow in live view

Conclusion- Best camera under 60,000 INR range with a host of features of the more expensive models yet in budget, though kinda bulky once in hands it does feel like a true DSLR, compared to others it has much better specifications and performance. Next ones would be D7000 from Nikon at 78,000 and 7D from Canon at 1,28,000

I suggest you keep another 10,000 for acessories (lens/tripod/SDHC card,flash etc)
Just a note 4Gb SD card supplied in box is class 6 and not enough for a 18 megapixel DSLR.

Beginner or serious enthusiast? Go for it!

5
To the gentleman comparing the 60D to 5D
by Sharat Goswami on 2013-12-30

I'd just like to point out that the 5D is a significantly more expensive camera than the 60D. The 5D Mark II is about 1 lakh 20 while the 5D Mark III is 2.5 lakhs. One is semi-professional designed for enthusiasts, the other is a professional level one, the real deal with everything plus the kitchen sink thrown in. Why bother comparing apples to oranges.

I've used this camera quite a bit and I have to say this really is one of the finest kits Canon ever came out with. It's like this hits the sweet spot. Combining it with the 18-135 lens is a very good idea. The difference in quality is perceptible. It is just superior to the 18-55. It doesn't hurt you can do more with it, but even photos in the normal range seem to benefit from it.

At this price point there really isn't anything like it. For someone who wants a camera you can play around with....this is the beginning of the dream. If you're not going all the way for a professional level camera, I mean anything short of that, you should get this one.

If you just want a really good camera without the hassle at this kind of quality check out the Sony RX100. It's probably what most people should really buy, if you're not going to be hardcore about photography, it's not worth buying a DSLR that's just going to be lying around, once the initial novelty wears off. They are big and clunky to carry around, no denying.

If you want to read proper camera reviews, really in-depth ones, head over to the dpreview website. They're hands down the best.

The 5D though...that's a different story. Another level altogether. Unless you have that something that the master photographers have....that ability to visualize...you're not likely to get anything out of that camera that you wouldn't out of a 60D. And much more easily. It would be like driving a Ferrari without traction control!

My two bits!

4
Canon 60D vs Nikon D7000 - Factual comparison
by Ajay Chaudhary on 2012-01-03

There is no point saying "I like Canon or I like Nikon". Facual reviews are always better.

I am trying to list down few of them - I am sure there are more. If personal comfort (like holding the camera or looking at the label "Canon" or "Nikon" makes you happy), then this review is not for you...

Here are the advantages of Canon 60D over Nikon D7000

Has a flip-out screen Yes vs No Flip-out screens can be helpful when composing tricky shots or taking movies


Higher resolution screen 1,040k dots vs 920k dots More than 10% higher resolution screen


Higher true resolution 17.9 MP vs 16.1 MP Capture more than 10% more detail in your photos


Lighter 755 g vs 780 g


Here are the advantages of Nikon D7000 over Canon 60D


Significantly better image quality 80.0 vs 66.0 More than 20% better image quality


Much more dynamic range 13,9 EV vs 11,5 EV 2,6 f-stops more dynamic range


Significantly better color depth 23,5 bits vs 22,2 bits Distinguishes around 2.5x more colors


Lower noise at high ISO 1 167 ISO vs 813 ISO The D7000 has a slight edge (0,5 f-stops) in low noise, high ISO performance


Weather sealed Yes vs No Sealed to shoot in the rain


Continuous video focus Yes vs No Record movies without worrying about focus


Significantly more focus points 39 vs 9 Set focus accurately within the frame


Video autofocus Contrast detection vs None Automatically focuses shooting video


Significantly better viewfinder coverage 100% vs 96% Almost the same


Larger viewfinder 0,62x vs 0,59x Around 10% larger viewfinder


Has more storage slots 2 vs 1 More slots allows storing more images without switching memory cards


Shoots slightly faster 6 fps vs 5.3 fps More than 10% faster continuous shooting


Slightly larger sensor APS-C 23.6x15.6mm vs APS-C 22.3x14.9mm More than 10% larger sensor


Smaller 132x105x77 mm vs 145x106x79 mm More than 10% smaller


Slightly less shutter lag 238 ms vs 253 ms Around 10% less delay when taking photos


Slightly more lenses available 169 lenses vs 162 lenses Almost the same


Better boost ISO 25,600 ISO vs 12,800 ISO The D7000's boost ISO is 1 f-stop better


Slightly thinner 3" vs 3,1" Almost the same

5
excellent camera
by Chaitanya Siddeshwar on 2012-08-31

I had 4 requirements from the DSLR I wanted to buy
1. Articulated/Vari-Angle LCD screen(I had this in a previously owned camera and I will never buy a camera without this - it is VERY VERY useful) - this eliminated all Nikon models and 550D. The only choices were 600D and 60D

2. Good battery life (I use live view (zoomed) for good manual focus and for this, good battery life is a must). This eliminated 600D as an option - it has a bad overall battery life. On the other hand, 60D has LP-E6 battery that is very good and gives a clear indication of remaining battery life. For videos, good battery life is a must.

3. Different manual controls for aperture and shutter speed - 60D has a finger dial for shutter speed and a separate wheel for aperture - though this is not a big deal, I find it very useful. This also makes scrolling through menus easy and fast

4.1080p HD video recording at 30 fps - I wanted to use this camera for stills as well as videos and I know for a fact that DSLR video quality is better than any camcoder at the same price range (550D, 600D also have the same video quality as 60D - but remember you need to use live view for this and that drains battery) Sony was an option here - but none of the Sony cameras have the vari-angle screen as good and useful as Canon.

60D is great with all the above and I chose it. I would have gone for 600D - but didn't because of battery life.

If you prefer to focus/shoot using the view finder, 60D has a LCD panel on the top that shows all info - thus completely eliminating the need for looking at the screen and multiplying the battery life - very useful when there is less battery remaining.

Sensor performance is good at 3200 ISO also. This is great for low light photography.

The 18-135mm lens is decent and useful for various situations. Though this makes the cost 20K more than the 18-55mm lens, you will hit limitations with the 18-55mm lens very soon (3X vs 7.5X zoom). And I don't want to be changing lens whenever I want to shoot something far. I brought a prime lens (50mm ef 1.4 IS II) along with this to compensate for what this lens can't do (low light performance is bad - can't expect at this price though).

AF is a bit slow - but that depends on the lens also and trust me - if you get used to manual focusing, no camera can beat that and you will never use AF again. But again, if are not an advanced user (Eg: prefer to shoot in auto mode?), this may bother you a lot - go for a Nikon or Sony DSLR.

4
Happy Dslr owner!! :)
by Juhi Rao on 2014-02-16

Shopping at flipkart was awesome.. I got a Canon 60D slr with kit lens.. And it was promptly delivered by the promised date.. Although the tracking page said it would be delivered one day before the promised day it reverted back to "undelivered due to heavy load"
But the happiness quotient was that I got it delivered by the next day afternoon.. Very happy!!! :)

5
For advanced beginners..!!! Fastest Delivery ever by flipkart...!!!
by Deepan Prakash Reddy on 2014-04-14

This is the cool camera... I had great passion towards photography and would always love to do experiments with different cameras. I was planning to buy 600D... Later I changed my mind and increased my budget by 15K extra to buy this sexy DSLR. Now I'm a proud 60D owner.

In today's scenario, 1 in 10 youths is developing interest towards the DSLR photography. So its not a big deal to find a DSLR in most of the youths' hands. Being a 60D owner differentiates you from other DSLR beginners... The features it has like, auto sensor cleaning, 1/8000 sec shutter speed, 5.3 pics per second burst mode, 60 fps video, 1450 clicks per battery cycle etc., makes you the show stopper among beginners... Finally the feel of 60D, one can experience by just holding it... Too much awesomeness...

I'm a regular flipkart customer for past 3 years... This the fastest delivery i ever received from flipkart... i.e., in just 20 hrs...(Delhi NCR)... Thanks to the entire team right from ware house, customer care till delivery person... :)

5
5 reasons to choose Canon 60D
by Anindya Ray on 2011-12-28

This is my first DSLR – and a after good 3 months of carefully reviewing all the Semi Pro and Upper-Entry models – both Canon as well as Nikon. Reviewed Bogs, videos, visits to shop and checking the models out – finally I preferred it over all. If you go by specs by specs – well, pundits would advice you some other model [I mean Nikon d7000 :)], but with all due respect, here are my 5 points of choosing this over ALL:

1. The design and ergonomics – it just felt right in hand – both the grip and the weight. There is so much talk of Magnesium Alloy body, but heck, the whole body then becomes tank like and bulky. It may be somebody’s fascination [who likes to drop camera’s - butterfingers], not mine. And yes, I don’t want to get lost over buttons on camera body. The Menu operations are easy to find and select – unlike the Nikon’s where you might keep on scrolling down and down to find the one to select.

2. Image quality: I have taken photos myself and checked many reviews. I loved the warm and color punch in 60D vis-à-vis all others. I don’t have need of higher ISOs and as many reviews says, Canon metering are much more accurate than Nikons, hence does not have the Auto-exposure problems.

3. Video performance: I definitely wanted a camera which is good both in photos AND videos. 60D probably had one of the best video controls [better than big brother 7D]. So if you plan to use your camera for both photos as well as videos, this is the best choice.

4. Flip out screen: Well, people who never used the Flip out screen, would never know what it can do in taking shots in most difficult angles and levels. I have a Canon older P&S [with some manual control] and it has given me shots that otherwise impossible to compose. This is a great feature for taking videos and while using Tripods too.

5. In camera RAW processing: With this camera, I started taking RAW images and 60Ds in camera processing just gives me a world of opportunities. This feature is just amazing at this price point, and I believe , introduced first in EOS series.

Having said all, its finally personal choice and you should take your own call. More importantly, your choice of lenses would be critical in the image quality that you produce.

Finally, a word about Flipkart. You guys did it once again, delivered before time, well packed and sealed. Way to go! Would have loved to see some offers options with other lenses and camera bags etc.

5
Flipkart! Take a bow! :D
by R Ramkumar on 2011-08-29

Outstanding Service! The best Online shopping website i have ever come across.

I recieved my 60D today and as promised they have delivered it very safely. The package had everything they promised and the quality looks top notch, as expected from canon and flipkart. :)

I am charging my battery right now and am too excited to write any more.

Bottom line, Flipkart service = The best!

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Canon EOS 60D DSLR Body Black Specifications

General Features
  • Brand Canon
  • Model Name EOS 60D
  • Type DSLR
Product Features
  • Color Multicolor1
Camera Features
  • Optical Sensor Resolution 18 MP
  • Sensor Type CMOS Sensor
  • Shutter Speed Range Approx. 17mm lens angle of view
  • Sensor Size 22.3 x 14.9 mm
  • Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec
  • Minimum Shutter Speed 30 sec
  • Digital Zoom 1.5x - 10x
  • Audio Video Interface A/V Output (NTSC or PAL)
  • Other Resolution 3456 x 2304 (8 M, Medium), 2592 x 1728 (4.5 M, Small 1), 1920 x 1280 (2.5 M, Small 2), 720 x 480 (350,000 Pixels, Small 3), 5184 x 3456 (17.9 M, RAW), 3888 x 2592 (10.1 M, M-RAW), 2592 x 1728 (4.5 M, S-RAW)
Lens
  • Lens Type Digital, Single-Lens Reflex
  • Auto Focus TTL Secondary Image-registration, Phase Detection
  • Manual Focus Yes
  • Focal Length 1.6 times the Focal Length
Convenience Features
  • Shooting Modes Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Faithful, Monochrome, Shoot By Ambience Selection, Shoot By Lighting Or Scene Type, Auto, Preset (Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten Light, White Fluorescent Light, Flash), Custom, Colour Temperature Setting ( 2500 - 10000K), White Balance
  • Microphone Stereo Microphone
  • PictBridge Yes
  • Continuous Shots Up to 5.3 Shots at 1 fps
  • Self Timer 2 sec, 10 sec
  • Delete Function Yes
  • Metering Center-Weighted Average , Evaluative, Partial, Spot
  • Supported Languages 25 Languages
Image Enhancements
  • ISO Rating Basic Zone Modes: ISO 100-3200 Set Automatically / Creative Zone Modes: ISO 100-6400 Set Manually / ISO 100-6400 Set Automatically or ISO Expansion-H (Equivalent-ISO 12800)
  • Image Stabilizer Digital
  • White Balancing Auto, Cloudy, Color Temperature, Custom, Daylight, Flash, Shade, Tungsten Light, White Fluorescent
  • Red Eye Reduction Yes
  • Face Detection Yes
  • Dust Reduction Auto, Manual, Dust Delete Data Appending
Display
  • ViewFinder Eye-level Pentamirror
  • Display Type LCD
  • Screen Size 3 Inches
  • Image Display Resolution 1040000 dots
  • Video Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD)
Connectivity
  • Bluetooth No
  • HDMI Yes
  • USB USB Hi-Speed
Images & Video
  • Image Format JPEG (RAW, RAW, DPOF)
  • Video Format AVC, H.264, MOV, MPEG-4
  • Audio Formats Linear PCM
  • Video Recording 1920 x 1080
Media & Software
  • Memory Card Type SD, SDHC, SDXC
  • Inbuilt Memory 1 MB
  • Upgradeable Memory Yes
Flash
  • Built in Flash Yes
  • External Flash EX-series Speedlite (Flash Functions Settable with the Camera)
  • Flash Modes Auto Flash
  • Flash Range 13m
Power Source
  • AC Adapter AC Adaptor Kit ACK-E6
  • Battery Type Li-ion Battery
Dimensions
  • Dimensions 5.69 x 4.17 x 3.09 Inches
  • Weight 675 gms
Other Features
  • In The Box Digital SLR Body, Battery Pack , Battery Charger,AV cable, Interface Cable, Software Instruction Manual
  • Additional Features (35 mm Equivalent Focal Length 1.6 Times the Lens Focal Length), 0.95x Magnification (-1 m - 1 with 50 mm Lens at Infinity), 22 mm Eye Point (From Eyepiece Lens Center at -1 m - 1), 96% Viewfinde Coverage (Vertical / Horizontal), AF / AE Camera with Built-in Flash, Automatic Image Brightness Correction Auto Lighting Optimizer, Basic Shoot by Ambience Selection, Built-in Dioptric Adjustment (-3.0 - .0 m-1 Diopter), Canon EF Lens Mount, Compatible Lenses: Canon EF Lenses (Including EF-S Lenses), Digital, Ef-A Provided, Electronic Level Horizontal Level Displayed, Faithful, Focusing Screen: Interchangeable (Two Types Sold Separately), Highlight Tone Priority, Landscape, Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction, Monochrome, Neutral, Noise Reduction: Applicable to Long Exposures and High ISO Speed Shots, Picture Style: Standard, Portrait, Recording Format: Design Rule for Camera File System 2.0, Shoot by Lighting or Scene Type, Single-lens Reflex, User Def 1 - 3
  • Warranty 2 Years
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