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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Canon EOS 60Da, a DSLR for professional photos

Canon announced a new DSLR for those who grapple with the shooting of the night sky and astronomical phenomena in general, the EOS 60Da, a special version of the EOS 60D which was released almost two years ago, which has special filters blocking the infrared radiation and has 3x more sensitive to radiation ha (Hydrogen-alpha) compared with normal DSLR. As a result it is possible to shoot with great clarity of diffuse reddish nebulae.

Canon EOS 60Da

DIGIC IV image processor
Sensor APS-C CMOS 18MP
Compatible with Canon EF lenses
Autofocus (AF) 9 points
ISO 100 - 6400 (expansion to 12800)
Burst mode 5.3fps
Ability to record Full HD video 1080p - 30/25/24fps
built-in flash
Swivel screen 3 "(1.040.000 dot) LCD
Greek menu
Dimensions 144.5 x 105.8 x 78.6mm
Weight 675gr (body only)
Will be released in April in select markets at a price $ 1499

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