Best Price Canon Eos 550d

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Best Price Canon Eos 550d

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The bottom line: The Canon EOS 60D is in many ways a great camera: fast, feature-rich, and with excellent photo and video quality. Some annoying aspects of its control layout dim its shine a little ', however, so try before buy.Pros: + Good image quality + very nice size, weight, feel, and design and large viewfinder + bright + selector lock mode (only on the 60D) + Full HD + Long battery life + + External buttons and controls Menus and custom functions + LCD Rear ScreSummary Articulation: The three digital SLR Canon consumer line-up (60D, 7D, T2i) share a number of specifications and features, a similar exposure metering system, as well as an image sensor ... Summary: I bought this camera as an upgrade to my Rebel XSi and although I love to pieces, when I look at than the 7D and Nikon ... Summary: I bought this camera as an upgrade to my Rebel XSi and although I love to pieces, when I look at than the 7D and last monster average range of Nikon, the Nikon D7000 I feel a bit 'offended. Although it has the same sensor and resolution as the Canon EOS 7D, performs well in low light and feels bulky and heavy as his semi-pro brothers, is made of plastic (although tough, hard plastic) and lacks some features and customization as previous models xxd. No adjustment AF is a big turn off for users of the Canon 50D that were waiting to upgrade, and less than 5.3 fps continuous shooting feels like a step back compared to previous models as well. The Canon 60D has some great features, however, and these are the reasons why I bought it on the 7D. It feels big and bulky like his older brother, has a large LCD screen has a screen top and articulated with individual controls for quick adjustments without going to the LCD screen, which makes life a little 'easier. The camera is quick, the shutter is faster and quieter than my old Rebel. Low light performance is very good with excellent performance at 800 ISO, very good at 1600 ISO, and good at ISO 3200 with little noise "obvious". After 3200 it gets quite noisy. The 60 has some great features, such as wireless flash control (up to 2 Speedlights), and the ability to enter the functions in the "my menu", without having to fuble through the Custom Functions menu every time you need to change a setting. The 60D sports EXCELLENT 1080P HD video, and if you have a faster SD card (mine is 100X professionals say it is slow, but I never had any delay) the video goes higher 30fps in 1080p and even higher when the resolution is reduced. Overall this is an excellent camera for shmucks like me who want something more advanced than a rebel, but I insist on this: If budget is of no concern and you want a strong and durable camera that looks, feels and acts pro with all the professional features you could want, go with the 7D. It has two processors, 8 fps continuous shooting, a metal body and AF adjustment. And with the new Nikon D7000, with a metal body and a lot of interesting features for only a couple of hundred dollars more, you could go this route as well. If you are an upgrader rebel who wants to "pro" as quality and functionality without the price "pro", then the 60D might just be your ticket.Pros: Handling, features, image quality, bundled software, high ISO noise levels The flash sender built in 1080 HD video, Highlight Tone Priority, tilt and swivel screen, Canon's reputation, built-in flash.Summary: My last SLR was the Canon AE-1 - 35mm. A superb camera with a feeling of quality and the image quality. The 60D takes me back 20 years ... Summary: I have had my 60D for more than 4 months and it was an upgrade from my Canon Rebel. I love this camera, it takes great photos and also great ... Summary: I have had my 60D for more than 4 months and it was an upgrade from my Canon Rebel. I love this camera, it takes great pictures and even video and 'great. I find that it is very easy to use, understand, and is great on very bright or low light conditions. I told friends about this camera and allow them to use for a day. They are also impressed.Pros: Very solid in the hand. It feels much better to hold that the Rebel series cameras. I love all the additional controls you get with it, although I'm still learning my way around. Even straight out of car, it takes much better photos in low light than my Canon S90. ThCons: More complicated than I'm used too, although I expected a learning curve. My girlfriend says I look like a fool around with a DSLR, but says she still likes me anyway, so I guess it can not be that bad.Summary: Ok, so honestly this camera takes amazing pictures. The 18 MB is definitely a big advantage. My friends told me that this is a great camcorder at all. I'm sure ... Summary: Ok, honestly this camera takes amazing pictures. The 18 MB is definitely a big advantage. My friends told me that this is a great camcorder at all. I'm sure it is, even though every time I try, it gives me a message: "This movie recording is automatically stopped." I tried to get the problem resolved to no avail. In addition, some of the buttons are confusing and difficult to use, and the manual does not explain too much, you expect to know them. But overall this camera is good for pictures (from my experience), and I recommend this camera to anyone.Pros: Excellent design Light Body weight (compared to the Nikon D90) Flip out and drive of the screen (similar to the previous series # Powershot S) Focus fast MP high. QualityCons Great Video: No PC Sync port, unlike the previous 50D it replaces (Yet a series of professional camera?) The video recording can be a scam, since it is a digital camera, not a video camera. Dumbed down features, such as "blurred or sharp" menuSummary: camera great general. I recommend it, yes. For an avid photographer or hobbyist, perhaps. Well, I want the hobbyist, but not the avid photographer, as most will use a ... Pros: Video 24p, articulated screen is ideal for self-portraits and odd angles, manual exposure and manual focus and manual white balance during the movie means a lot of creative control.Summary: The Canon 60D has found a home in our study production, not only for the photos, but for the videography as well. It has almost all the features you need - just ... Summary: I might be the personification of the target market for the 60D: a user Rebel (XT in my case) trying to make the next step in amateur photography. My ...


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