Canon EOS 60D

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Canon's newest D-series DSLR— the Canon EOS 60D — features a slew of updates and improvements for shooting stills and video that should warm the cockles of the hearts of pros and serious amateurs alike.


The new Canon EOS 60D body only or Canon 60D with a kit lens features an 18-megapixel CMOS sensor that, thanks in part to its DIGIC 4 image processor, can bang out up to 58 large JPEGs (or 16 RAW files) at burst rates of up to 5.3 frames per second. In the motion-picture department, the EOS 60D is equally adept and can capture 1080p HD video at 30 fps with sound-leveling adjustments, manual focus control, expanded recording, Movie Crop recording in 640 x 480 and an external microphone port for plugging in external mics for improved sound quality.

Still-recording improvements on the EOS 60D include a new 3:2 multiple aspect ratio, in-camera RAW processing (14-bit), in-camera image resizing, an enhanced Face Detection Live mode, Auto Lighting Optimizer and Lens Peripheral Optimization. For low-light shooting, the EOS 60D has an ISO sensitively range that runs from a native 100 through 6400, and is expandable to an equivalent of ISO 12,800.

In the video department (remember when cameras only shot stills?), the Canon EOS 60D can record 1920 x 1080p Full HD video at 30 (29.97), 24 (23.976) or 25 frames per second for up to 4GB per clip. Depending on your needs, HD video can also be recorded at 1280 x 720 at 50/60 frames per second or SD/VGA at 640 x 480 (50/60 fps) with mono sound (built-in) or in stereo using optional plug-in stereo mics.

Audio input levels can be set to Auto or Manual at up to 64 levels. Wind and other external background noise can be minimized via a built-in wind filter. A Quick Control button allows for easy adjustment of image quality, white balance and other settings via a user-friendly LCD interface. Start and end points can also be designated in-camera without needing to first transfer the footage to a computer.

Something new for the EOS line is the 60D's 3" flip-out Vari-angle Clear View LCD, which contains 1,040,000-dots, and can be rotated in a number of angles to best suit your viewing needs when shooting at angles other than eye level. The EOS 60D's optical viewfinder has also been improved over previous models, and now features 96% image coverage along with a transparent LCD that enables the user to easily view exposure data, as well as an Electronic Level that enables you to correct horizontal camera tilt with ease, up to 9° in 1° increments.  

Other features found on the new EOS 60D include an Enhanced iFCL 63-Zone, Dual-Layer metering system, 9-point (f/2.8 cross-type) Autofocus system, and for studio and outdoor fill-flash shooters, a top flash sync speed of 1/250th of a second. There's also a wide selection of shooting and Scene modes including Grainy Black & White, Toy Camera Effect, Soft Focus and Miniature Effect, which emulates the look of an off-axis-shift lens.

The Canon EOS 60D is compatible with the full line of Canon EOS EF and EF-S optics and accepts SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards.

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Does being able to have MANUAL AUDIO IMPUT LEVELS mean that we wont have problems with AGC anymore.???????????

Ricardo wrote:

Does being able to have MANUAL AUDIO INPUT LEVELS mean that we wont have problems with AGC anymore.???????????

Yes. Manual Control is what you get when Automatic Gain Control is turned off.

Sam Mallery wrote:

Ricardo wrote:

Does being able to have MANUAL AUDIO INPUT LEVELS mean that we wont have problems with AGC anymore.???????????

Yes. Manual Control is what you get when Automatic Gain Control is turned off.

But the Canon 5D also has manual audio level control and still have problems with the AGC and therefore have to use extra gadgets to elminate or to overide AGC...

Ricardo wrote:

But the Canon 5D also has manual audio level control and still have problems with the AGC and therefore have to use extra gadgets to elminate or to overide AGC...

Hmmmm... I was under the impression that the firmware updates for the Canon 5D Mkii that came in March of this year added manual audio control, which effectively turned off the AGC. What are the problems with AGC that continued after this firmware update?

Rob wrote:

The ability to control AGC is nice, but why hasn't Canon released a firmware patch to do the same thing on the 7D? They already have one for the 5DMKII. I hope a firmware patch comes out for the 7D soon.

Hmmmm... I was under the impression that the firmware update for the 5D Mkii was intended to bring the capabilities of that camera up to the level of the 7D. You already can defeat the AGC on the 7D and control the audio manually, so there would be no need to release a firmware update for the 7D.

Sam Mallery wrote:

Ricardo wrote:

But the Canon 5D also has manual audio level control and still have problems with the AGC and therefore have to use extra gadgets to elminate or to overide AGC...

Hmmmm... I was under the impression that the firmware updates for the Canon 5D Mkii that came in March of this year added manual audio control, which effectively turned off the AGC. What are the problems with AGC that continued after this firmware update?

Rob wrote:

The ability to control AGC is nice, but why hasn't Canon released a firmware patch to do the same thing on the 7D? They already have one for the 5DMKII. I hope a firmware patch comes out for the 7D soon.

Hmmmm... I was under the impression that the firmware update for the 5D Mkii was intended to bring the capabilities of that camera up to the level of the 7D. You already can defeat the AGC on the 7D and control the audio manually, so there would be no need to release a firmware update for the 7D.

I have a 7d and to my knowledge there is no way to defeat the AGC...please advise

Pons Maar wrote:

I have a 7d and to my knowledge there is no way to defeat the AGC...please advise

Oops. My bad. I just watched David Flores' video on the 7D again, and he clearly states in there that the AGC can't be defeated. He suggests recording double system sound to compensate for the lack of AGC defeat.

Ricardo wrote:

Sam Mallery wrote:

Ricardo wrote:

Does being able to have MANUAL AUDIO INPUT LEVELS mean that we wont have problems with AGC anymore.???????????

Yes. Manual Control is what you get when Automatic Gain Control is turned off.

But the Canon 5D also has manual audio level control and still have problems with the AGC and therefore have to use extra gadgets to elminate or to overide AGC...

if u want to shoot video, buy a friggin video camera!!!

Ricardo wrote:

Does being able to have MANUAL AUDIO IMPUT LEVELS mean that we wont have problems with AGC anymore.???????????

Yes, that's exactly what that means. Manual gain control, not auto.

Main differences vs the T2i is: Flip LCD,  manual audio input leves, and $200 more expensive...

and the dual control dials... makes a huge difference in functionality over the XX0D cameras

Anonymous wrote:

Ricardo wrote:

Main differences vs the Canon T2i is: Flip LCD,  manual audio input leves, and $200 more expensive...

... and more fps, weather-sealed body, right?

Anonymous wrote:

Ricardo wrote:

Main differences vs the Canon T2i is: Flip LCD,  manual audio input leves, and $200 more expensive...

... and more fps, weather-sealed body, right?

...And PentaPrism Viewfinder And Top LCD.!

Almas wrote:

Anonymous wrote:

Ricardo wrote:

Main differences vs the Canon T2i is: Flip LCD,  manual audio input leves, and $200 more expensive...

... and more fps, weather-sealed body, right?

...And PentaPrism Viewfinder And Top LCD.!

...And faster Autofocus, built-in wireless speedlite EX-series control (with over $200 alone, just look at the price of the ST-E2), Control Wheel (instead of just buttons), and Settings Readout on the top LCD screen

Anonymous]</p> <p>[quote=Ricardo wrote:

Main differences vs the T2i is: Flip LCD,  manual audio input leves, and $200 more expensive.

and the 5.3 fps vs 3.7 + electronic level + better build

hey dip shit we get it...the main difference is Flip LCD and $200.  Now go back to your porn and leave this board alone.

 The ability to control AGC is nice, but why hasn't Canon released a firmware patch to do the same thing on the 7D? They already have one for the 5DMKII. I hope a firmware patch comes out for the Canon 7D soon.

-Rob

Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  


Kind of a silly reply, since it doesn't really offer any useful information.

Fred Flinstone wrote:
Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

You're behind the times. Check www.love-loss.com/ and www.missourifilm.org/2010/01/27/fall-away-feature-film-being-shot-on-canon-eos-7d-in-chicago/

Vlad] </p><p>[quote=GeorgeS wrote:

Even tough I like the 7D and have used it on video projects, I am with The Flintstones.

Please watch this.

http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/6823505/

A lament from many DOPs, who actually work in the industry confronted by people who think they can do so by buying some instant technology. By the way. I have also been subjected to some of these conversations.

Enjoy your rants.

I guess if you say the phrase "work in the industry" you don't have to back up your statements any specific insights or arguments. People competently use DSLRs all the time for various purposes on films. Its a done deal. The discussion is passe.

Actually, quite a few professionals are using HDSLRs for commercials, TV and features. They don't shoot "film", of course, if that's the distinction you're making.

"Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts... "

Justin Case wrote:

Actually, quite a few professionals are using HDSLRs for commercials, TV and features. They don't shoot "film", of course, if that's the distinction you're making.

"Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts... "

The Season Finale episode of House was shoot entirely with the 5D

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

Actually, the season finale of House was shot entirely on a 5D mkII.

http://www.petapixel.com/2010/04/09/house-season-finale-filmed-entirely-...

"...finally a flip out monitor"? The CANON Power Shot Pro 1 i bought in 2003 had/has a rotating, flip out monitor - and aside from being quite small, it's excellent!

KBK wrote:

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

Actually, the season finale of House was shot entirely on a 5D mkII.

http://www.petapixel.com/2010/04/09/house-season-finale-filmed-entirely-...

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  


Having DSLRs generally match pro film equipment would be fantastic when using them to steal footage on the street as throw aways in rough and tumble shooting. It would be great to have 24 and 23.976! In any event, I suspect the "know what they are doing" referred to audio/video sync issues, which many people mistakenly believe are due to frame rates. Not which particular camera is being used at the moment.

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

Not so - take a look at Red Tails (Lucus Film) being shot right now. They are shooting the 5D right beside the main film cameras as they believe the Canon DSLRs are very capable of doing the job...

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

Ya ba dab a true, Mr. Flintstone.  I shoot with a Bolex Rex5 that has been converted to Super 16 and a 5D mk II.  Both good tools, but I prefer film any day of the week.

Another 2 cents.....

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Anonymous wrote:
Seems like Canon is learning a few lessons, like finally a flip out monitor. Would be nice if they would clue in and offer BOTH 24.0 and 23.976 fps. Real 24.0 fps is good for film makers who know what they are doing, and 23.976 is good for people who don't want to understand all that.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

They shot an entire episode of House MD on a DSLR and DSLRs are all the rage in independent film.

Film makers who know what they're doing don't shoot film with a non-film, made for stills camera body.  They typically use real camera made for the business.  Just my thoughts...  

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"Black Swan" subway scenes were shot with Canon 7D. 7D was also used in 2011 Sundance  Grand Jury  prize winner "Like Crazy".

Would this Canon 60D be compatible with the BG-E2N battery grip I currently have on my 40D?

What a disappointing camera and I really have to wonder what the Canon marketeers were thinking? Heretofore, Canon had positioned itself with an entry camera (Rebels), an enthusiast/semi-pro (xxd's), and pro cameras (xd).  Now they've created a subclass positioned between the Rebel T2i and 7d.  I can't imagine that there would be a significant market for such a niche DSLR?  Are they planning on dropping the Rebel series in favor of a rebranded xxd as an entry model?

Adam wrote:

What a disappointing camera and I really have to wonder what the Canon marketeers were thinking? Heretofore, Canon had positioned itself with an entry camera (Rebels), an enthusiast/semi-pro (xxd's), and pro cameras (xd).  Now they've created a subclass positioned between the Rebel T2i and 7d.  I can't imagine that there would be a significant market for such a niche DSLR?  Are they planning on dropping the Rebel series in favor of a rebranded xxd as an entry model?

What are you talking about? Learn your Canon product lines. This is not a niche body. It's the 6th body in a highly-successful line with good price-performance ratio.

Adam wrote:

What a disappointing camera and I really have to wonder what the Canon marketeers were thinking? ... Are they planning on dropping the Rebel series in favor of a rebranded xxd as an entry model?

Don't be disappointed! Maybe coming Rebels will get interchangeable covers, ringtones, direct access to Facebook/Twitter. So, there will be a place also for 60D.

By the way, those who were looking forward to a xxD should buy 50D as long it is available. 

Anonymous wrote:

Adam wrote:

What a disappointing camera and I really have to wonder what the Canon marketeers were thinking? ... Are they planning on dropping the Rebel series in favor of a rebranded xxd as an entry model?

 Does this camera have a built in cigarette lighter, or ummm.... an ice cubes maker may be !!!

Don't be disappointed! Maybe coming Rebels will get interchangeable covers, ringtones, direct access to Facebook/Twitter. So, there will be a place also for 60D.

By the way, those who were looking forward to a xxD should buy 50D as long it is available. 

Adam wrote:

What a disappointing camera and I really have to wonder what the Canon marketeers were thinking? Heretofore, Canon had positioned itself with an entry camera (Rebels), an enthusiast/semi-pro (xxd's), and pro cameras (xd).  Now they've created a subclass positioned between the Rebel T2i and 7d.  I can't imagine that there would be a significant market for such a niche DSLR?  Are they planning on dropping the Rebel series in favor of a rebranded xxd as an entry model?

ADAM, THIS IS NOT PERSONAL AT ALL, HOWEVER IT IS QUITE OBVIOUS TO US THAT YOU HAVE NOT A CLUE AS TO WHAT CANON (#1 COMPANY) HAS BEEN DOING WITH ITS DSLR LINE OF CAMERAS SINCE 2002. THEY HAVE THE ENTRY LEVEL LINE -REBELS. THE SEMI-PRO/MID-LEVEL LINE-10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D AND 7D.AND THEN THERE IS THE PRO LEVEL LINE-1D MK III, 1DS MK III, 1D MK IV AND 5D/5D MK II. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A SUB CLASS DSLR LLINE. YOU NEED TO DO YOUR RESEARCHOR ELSE KEEP PUTTING YOUR FOOT IN YOUR MOUTH. CHECK THE CANON HISTORY, AND YOU MIGHT LEARN SOMETHING.

 Is it a plastic body or alloy?

Anonymous wrote:

 Is it a plastic body or alloy?

Resin body

Like the pc market, where the technology increases produce little affect to the end product, new features are not as effective nor desirable as those that made major strides in the foundational technology.  Now we're trying to shoot HD movies on a body made for handheld stills.  Not a great advance to me, but that's my opinion.  Personally, I'm waiting for the 80D.  I understand it will have a 30 megapixel imager, a 8 inch lcd screen, built in wifi, a keyboard I can use a sewing needle on, a 4G phone and a slot to toast my bagel.  After all, I need all this to take a picture.  I compare my 50D and my Elan 7 noting the lack of buttons and knobs on a good ole camera and laugh... 

Fred Flinstone wrote:

I compare my 50D and my Elan 7 noting the lack of buttons and knobs on a good ole camera and laugh... 

I'm with you Fred.  As soon as a manufacturer makes an ALL manual camera (with video capability) the thing will probably sell very productively in that niche market.

Indy filmakers would kill for something like that.  We should discuss this at the next Water Buffalo meeting.

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Like the pc market, where the technology increases produce little affect to the end product, new features are not as effective nor desirable as those that made major strides in the foundational technology.  Now we're trying to shoot HD movies on a body made for handheld stills.  Not a great advance to me, but that's my opinion.  Personally, I'm waiting for the 80D.  I understand it will have a 30 megapixel imager, a 8 inch lcd screen, built in wifi, a keyboard I can use a sewing needle on, a 4G phone and a slot to toast my bagel.  After all, I need all this to take a picture.  I compare my 50D and my Elan 7 noting the lack of buttons and knobs on a good ole camera and laugh... 

Like bread? I don't think you will have to wait as long, the 70D will come equipped with the toaster slot, but it will only have 21 megapixels and a 6 inch screen....sad times

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Like the pc market, where the technology increases produce little affect to the end product, new features are not as effective nor desirable as those that made major strides in the foundational technology.  Now we're trying to shoot HD movies on a body made for handheld stills.  Not a great advance to me, but that's my opinion.  Personally, I'm waiting for the 80D.  I understand it will have a 30 megapixel imager, a 8 inch lcd screen, built in wifi, a keyboard I can use a sewing needle on, a 4G phone and a slot to toast my bagel.  After all, I need all this to take a picture.  I compare my 50D and my Elan 7 noting the lack of buttons and knobs on a good ole camera and laugh... 

  That is what I think too

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Like the pc market, where the technology increases produce little affect to the end product, new features are not as effective nor desirable as those that made major strides in the foundational technology.  Now we're trying to shoot HD movies on a body made for handheld stills.  Not a great advance to me, but that's my opinion.  Personally, I'm waiting for the 80D.  I understand it will have a 30 megapixel imager, a 8 inch lcd screen, built in wifi, a keyboard I can use a sewing needle on, a 4G phone and a slot to toast my bagel.  After all, I need all this to take a picture.  I compare my 50D and my Elan 7 noting the lack of buttons and knobs on a good ole camera and laugh... 

I am laughing with you also!! LOL

Fred Flinstone wrote:

Like the pc market, where the technology increases produce little affect to the end product, new features are not as effective nor desirable as those that made major strides in the foundational technology.  Now we're trying to shoot HD movies on a body made for handheld stills.  Not a great advance to me, but that's my opinion.  Personally, I'm waiting for the 80D.  I understand it will have a 30 megapixel imager, a 8 inch lcd screen, built in wifi, a keyboard I can use a sewing needle on, a 4G phone and a slot to toast my bagel.  After all, I need all this to take a picture.  I compare my 50D and my Elan 7 noting the lack of buttons and knobs on a good ole camera and laugh... 

I couldn't agree more with your comment RE the addition of movie capability to still cameras. I made documentary movies with 16mm cameras costing thousands of dollars in the late 60s and when contemplating doing the same with a body designed for shooting stills I am caught between laughter and tears. More to the point, the thought of paying hundreds of dollars more for a movie feature I will never even laugh at, let alone use, is enough to make me hold off buying a new camera at all...

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

Kevin15 wrote:

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

I don't know what you want to do, but if you need video, you can look at the T2i Rebel as well.  Good value, that.

Matt wrote:

Kevin15 wrote:

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

I don't know what you want to do, but if you need video, you can look at the T2i Rebel as well.  Good value, that.

Get the 7D, its worth the money, and I'm not sure this is...

Kevin15 wrote:

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

Kevin - Me too, I did the research and had decided on the 7D but just haven't pulled the trigger on purchasing.  Now I got a whole new model\price point to research. Any guidance from the pros here is appreciated.

Brian wrote:

Kevin15 wrote:

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

Kevin - Me too, I did the research and had decided on the 7D but just haven't pulled the trigger on purchasing.  Now I got a whole new model\price point to research. Any guidance from the pros here is appreciated.

Save your money and buy an even better camera, Canon 5D MKII for the win!

Aaron wrote:

Brian wrote:

Kevin15 wrote:

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

Kevin - Me too, I did the research and had decided on the 7D but just haven't pulled the trigger on purchasing.  Now I got a whole new model\price point to research. Any guidance from the pros here is appreciated.

Save your money and buy an even better camera, Canon 5D MKII for the win!

The 5D mark II is not always the best choice. It truly depends on what you are shooting. I have the 7d that I use for sports, due to the fast FPS rate. Also, the 7D is an Aps-C sensor so your lenses have a further reach (Lens mm * 1.6). I bought the 60d last week as a backup body, as it is lighter and has the same 18mp sensor. At home in the studio I use the Canon 5d mark II, as the Full Frame sensor is just unbeatable for portrait work. If you want to shoot outdoor wildlife or sports, the 5d is not the camera, as it's too slow. JMHO

Brian wrote:

Kevin15 wrote:

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

Kevin - Me too, I did the research and had decided on the 7D but just haven't pulled the trigger on purchasing.  Now I got a whole new model\price point to research. Any guidance from the pros here is appreciated.

Hi Guys,

I'm a semi-pro with a 7D and a 50D. I would still go after the 7D. If you don't really care about video capabilities, I would stick with a 50D (very solid build; more frames per second than the 60D). Picture quality on the 50D is very close to the 7D, except in low light situations. As far as focusing is concerned, the 7D is better, but not by a whole lot. I'm very pleased with both the 7D and 50D. The tilting screen on the 60D would be nice, but not really necessary.

I have a 50D and just bought a 7D.  I got the 7D for sports shots. Still learning about the focal points but so far so good. Also have a 5D for landscapes ect. 5d has the higher iso for poor lighting during basketball games, but the 7d is much faster.

Brian wrote:

Kevin15 wrote:

I am looking into getting a 7D very soon.  Should I look at this camera instead?

Kevin - Me too, I did the research and had decided on the 7D but just haven't pulled the trigger on purchasing.  Now I got a whole new model\price point to research. Any guidance from the pros here is appreciated.

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