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Delivers excellent autofocus performance and the camera itself is quite fast
A jack-of-all-trades with the best amateur video available
Smooth video autofocus, Articulating touch-screen LCD
Excellent image quality
No change from the T4i; not necessarily a bad thing
Ability to preview the Creative Effects
Sensor records lots of detail
Comprehensive touchscreen interface that is intuitive and efficient
The most compact Rebel, but few small lens choices
Touch-screen operation is seamlessly integrated
World's smallest DSLR, Truly compact body
Small body size, Touchscreen
Compact, Inexpensive for its class, Full-frame sensor
Generally impressive image quality
Outstanding pictures in both good and bad light
Tough, moisture and dust resistant body, Built-in Wi-Fi and GPS
Ability to continuously auto-focus during movie recording
Image quality and high ISO performance
High image quality with good balance between detail and noise reduction in JPEG output
Touch-screen adds to user experience
Advanced autofocus system handles moving subjects beautifully
Performs exceptionally well in low-light situations
Super fast burst rate, incredible battery life
Exceptional high ISO performance, Excellent image quality
Excellent photo and video quality as well
Compact for a full-frame SLR
Has many of the 1D X's best video features
61-point auto-focus system
Excellent image quality, Great high ISO performance
Wireless flash control, Good image quality
Superb video, external mic jack, and audio control
Compositional advantage of a tilt and swivel LCD
'It's also a very good back up camera for the professional.'
'This camera is very intuitive, you can change desired settings without taking your eyes off your subject.'
'great all-round camera'
'Plenty of features for beginners to grow.'
'The EOS 60D also gains a couple of brand-new features of its own.'
'The Canon EOS 60D sits between the EOS 50D and the EOS 7D in Canon's mid-range digital SLR offerings, and it's a mighty beast to shoot with.'
'The Canon EOS 60D is one of the shining stars next to the Pentax K-7 and Olympus E-3, but the fiercest competition comes from the Nikon D7000.'
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