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Cons:Tenuta High ISO (Over 2000) - Lack Microadjustment AF - Points of Focus
Opinion:I own the 60D for almost a year, before I had a 1000D and the passage above in ergonomics and practicality of the controls is abysmal, just wield feels that it is not an entry-level body, holds up well the ISO up to 1600, after the quality the picture becomes very, very precise autofocus is a viewfinder that liveview! provided that your optics are correctly calibrated from the house, I would have liked the micro-adjustment af, but until now I have not felt the need, and I wanted more points of focus, not tropical conditions, but I traveled both in conditions of extreme heat or cold, and I have never had a malfunction, very useful the upper display that also has the timer of seconds in the poses in BULB, spectacular autonomy, even with liveview active, always overcome the 1000 shots per charge cycle, and in my sessions and outputs do not pass ever such numbers, so I'll save the weight and the purchase of a battery grip and 2nd battery, very practical also customizable controls, and also the Balanceent of white in CAR is very good, the same with regard to the video function and the main screen adjustable, very convenient for macro photography or in awkward positions where it would be tiring to keep your eye fixed on the screen, to exploit to the full the sensor requires the optics a bit more "valid" of the classic 18-55, overall I am very satisfied and I think I still hold it for 3-4 years ....
Pros:Really very good ergonomics, intuitive controls and buttons positioned wisely and functional. Very good image quality and color rendering faithful. Size and weight are right "compromise" between the lower end models and the models PRO. Battery performance. Very useful AF-on button.
Cons:held at high ISO good but nothing exciting. Absence of magnesium alloy body, while retaining however a feeling (and not only) of robustness. Enabling video mode very uncomfortable since it requires to fully rotate the mode dial.
Opinion:Overall I am very satisfied with the fotocamera.rnSono was a little disappointed by the performance at high ISO, especially by comparison with other APS-C held recently. The shots are still widely used up to 2000 ISO (of course according to my personal taste and opinion) as long as exposure and shooting conditions are correct. What struck me most positively is the color rendering, which I consider a faithful and pleasant especially if you use software for post production Canon.rnL'ho owner preferred to 70D because at this time of the 60D is new, at affordable rates and I think the camera awkward for video unless you use the equipment supplied for stessi.rnL'assenza joystick for selecting points of focus is not done much regret, since the points are just af 9 (which is sufficient in my opinion for a use not purely "sporting"), so it's easy to move from one to another through the rings or the joypad place within the second ring.
Pros:Image quality, good performance at high ISO (as long as we are not pixel-peepers), strength in the hands, layout of controls, adjustable screen, functionality, touch and feel and ergonomics, shutter speed up to 18000, battery really durable dialogue with external flashes, good center focus.
Cons:No tropical conditions, no AF micro adjustment, auto focus in live view is not very fast, many "average" points of focus
Opinion:Solid car and very versatile, quality shots and RAW quite good and in burst shooting speed average. I got this machine as a first reflex after several months of 600D on loan and I have to say I am very satisfied. The ergonomics of the machine is more than just an entry-level, the controls are laid out intelligently and you get used just fine. Great menu and LCD provide access to many features in a snap. I can not recommend this machine because now the price is abbordabilissimo. rnrnÈ one of those machines to use and re-use again.
Pros:Versatile, high quality picture, ergonomics satisfactory, rolling screen, video quality, solidity and reliability.
Cons:High ISO improvement, devaluation
Opinion:I have this little gem from 2012, and from there I have not had any problems, even when I put the machine in considerable stress. I happen but also not to use it for long periods. It is very close to the business and for people like me, and an amateur is a true loyal companion and thoughtful. Sometimes I remain impressed by what I can do. It is easy to use, intuitive and the rings are solid, the screen has an excellent definition and videos are insanely good. I bought the kit 18-135, an objective that I sold for a 24/70 f2.8 The first series that does justice to this camera. Objective, since the body is also able to cover even a bit longer mm. Small defect ios a bit unstable at 6400 or a little less, but I always remedied with one or two stops +. rnIl worst fault is common to all the canon, the devaluation. As satisfied, I flashed the idea of ??moving to a full frame. But honestly, given the young age of the machine, I'd rather invest in someone obiettivi.rnMagari need some shots of theNo more on the multi-shot, but I would say to those requirements necessary to aim at professional level absolutely elevato.rnTutt'oggi and an excellent body in my opinion
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