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Canon EOS D60 digital SLR camera

The EOS D60 is Canon’s one more addition to the EOS range. It sets a new standard in digital SLR cameras, featuring an amazing 6.3M pixel CMOS sensor, guaranteeing superb image quality. Improvement suggestions have also been incorporated. The Canon EOS D60 takes the highest standards of the photographic world and brings them into the digital one. Combine an innovative 6.3 megapixel CMOS image sensor with the superior optics of our EF lenses, and you have the power to capture the finest details with brilliant color fidelity, wider tonal range, and smoother gradations. You'll do it fast, too: three frames per second in eight-shot bursts at the highest resolution. The EOS D60 is highly advanced, yet features like autofocus, auto exposure, and a built-in flash make it remarkably simple to use. Since it integrates seamlessly into the EOS system, you can pursue your most creative ideas without limitations.

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  • 6.3 Megapixel CMOS Chip
  • DSP Chip
  • Improved Buffer Memory
  • Raw & JPEG Recordings
  • Body / Frame
  • Improved AutoFocus
  • Improved Shutter Release
  • Improved Viewfinder
  • CMOS sensor with approx. 6.3 million effective pixels
  • Superimposed AF points in viewfinder
  • Wide-area 3-point AF
  • RAW file capture with embedded JPEG
  • LCD panel illumination

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Re: Canon EOS D60 digital SLR camera

With 6.3 effective megapixels, true photographic quality has finally been brought to the digital domain. A huge 22.7 x 15.1mm imaging area is the first advantage you'll notice. Behind it, Canon's CMOS technology is providing high-level signal processing and an array of noise reduction improvements that rely on very small amounts of power. So you can do more with less. Plus, two filters -- a hybrid infrared filter and an RGB primary color filter -- put vivid, accurate color at your fingertips.
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Re: Canon EOS D60 digital SLR camera

with the D60, you get to enjoy the benefits. Exceptional low light performance, right down to EV0.5. An improved laser matte screen for easier manual focusing. Superimposed, illuminated AF points for framing and focusing. And manual or automatic focusing point selection. Like most of our advancements, it's all based on the opinions of some very important photographers: our customers.
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Re: Canon EOS D60 digital SLR camera

The EOS D60?s viewfinder contains a new superimposed display as found in some of the higher-end EOS analogue SLR?s. The partial metering circle and the illuminated AF points are now both visible in the viewfinder. As well as information on shutter speed, aperture, maximum burst during continuous shooting, CF card information, exposure level, flash information and autofocus confirmation. But not only the inside has been upgraded, the black outer case with metallic accents give the camera an extra touch of class.
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