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Even photographing low-contrast subjects in dull light doesn’t prove a problem for the AF system, and it responds quickly where other cameras would have to search back and forth for focus. 50 Although the viewﬁnder of the Canon EOS 60D offers 96% rather than 100% coverage, it is bright and doesn’t distort at the edges. As you would expect, it is difﬁcult to use the viewﬁnder to manually focus in dull light. Manually focusing is far easier in bright light, and AF conﬁrmation is available in the viewﬁnder to double-check the accuracy.
Spending £1,000 on an enthusiast or prosumer camera would normally guarantee a camera an magnesium-alloy body, so it is a bold decision by Canon to use polycarbonate instead. However, the camera feels solid and substantial and doesn’t have the same light, almost hollow, feel of many polycarbonate entry-level cameras. Changing the body material is also one of the factors that keeps the camera at a competitive price. Canon has looked at ways of keeping the camera strong and light, but without using more expensive magnesium alloy.
Newcastle University may want to use your images in not-for-proﬁt Newcastle University publications including brochures and leaﬂets to help promote the Changing Age Campaign. Should images be selected, your permission will be sought although no payment will be offered. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag storemags & fantamag - magazines for all Canon EOS 60D Camera test Canon EOS 60D Canon’s latest DSLR features more than just a new sensor. An articulated screen and signiﬁcant changes to the handling could make the E0S 60D Canon’s best-ever enthusiast DSLR Richard Sibley Technical writer WITH both the cameras either side of the Canon EOS 50D featuring 18-million-pixel APS-C sensors, it was only a matter of time before it was replaced.
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