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Canon EOS 60D
Average based on 21 reviews
Great value for money. Best one for beginners.Created: 15/01/2014
Being a beginner in photography I researched and ended up selecting this.
Very good quality pictures even at high ISO.
Both Good lenses 18-55 and 55-250. If only the lens extended till 300 mm. The only thing is weight increases with the bigger lens and has a noticeable strain on hand.
Tons of features to enhance the photos. R/>Rest depends upon your skills.
Best for beginners and intermediates. Just buy it. ...Read more
Love it join in!Created: 07/04/2014
My first slr, and all I can say is learn to use ISO, shutter speed and aperture in combination with each other and what they do, it doesn't take long to be able to adjust on this camera or learn what they do but once you do your photos will be 100 times better than anything you took before.
Even on automatic this camera is better than a point and shoot but due to its size I want more improvement than what automatic offers.
I'm obviously no expert but automatic tends to compensate darkness with flash which can make subject pale and background dark. Useing the 3 settings above I can capture a image much lighter than it really is, with nice natural warm tones. I can't imagine how much better the very high end cameras could do beyond this, maybe they are more forgiving. But I have got pictures of my kids that could go on billboards with this camera. It's awesome!
Highly recommend entering dslr market and highly recommend this camera.
I also recommend the 50mm fixed lense for its ability for ultra clear in focus shots with blurry backgrounds looks like something you'd expect from a pro or photo shop!
Brilliant! ...Read more