The Expanded Guide For The Canon EOS 60D DSLR by Ammonite Press
Canon's EOS 60D replaces the 50D, and is intended for
enthusiasts who want to take their skills to the next level.
It shoots stunning stills or Full HD movies, with full manual
control and selectable frame rates. You can also shoot high-speed
50/60fps movies at 720p for when the action is really fast.
The camera offers a series of features, such as 'advanced
creative filters', and can be applied to RAW and JPEG images for
creative control after the shot has been taken. Basic+ allows you to
apply a creative ambience, when shooting in the Basic modes, giving
creative control without extensive photographic knowledge.
A 7.7cm (3.0in) Vari-angle wide LCD screen features a 3:2
aspect ratio and a 1,040k dot resolution, providing added flexibility
and the ability to view images in incredible detail. The screen allows
shots to be framed from difficult angles.
About The Author
Tracy Hallett is a former editor of Outdoor Photography magazine. Her work has been
featured in over 20 consumer magazines, and exhibited at The
Photographers' Gallery and The National Portrait Gallery in London.
Tracy’s recent projects include photographing all the wildflower
species in Sussex, and visiting all the offshore islands in Great
Britain. She lives in the New Forest in Hampshire with her husband Dan.