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Canon EOS 60D

When it comes to digital cameras, Canon has the upper hand. With the Canon EOS models in Malaysia, you get top of the line photographic equipment with practical features along with futuristic elements of technology to aid every photograph. Enter the Canon EOS 60D – the middle child between the 7D and the 550D. Find out more about the Canon EOS 60D in Malaysia below.

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Canon EOS 60D caters to all types of photographers in Malaysia

When looking for the right digital camera, more so a DSLR, you want a camera that suits you. Canon has a model that caters to all kinds of photographers – the Canon EOS 60D. Whether you snap photos for a living or as a hobby, the Canon EOS 60D is the camera for you.

Build quality of the Canon EOS 60D

Let’s start with the build quality. The outer shell of the Canon EOS 60D is built out of high quality plastic body, somewhat posh plastic. Unlike the 750D which has a magnesium body, the 60D is lightweight and fits neatly in the grooves of your palm. Grip is easy and the overall feel of the camera is perfect for shooting throughout the day.

Shooting modes

The Canon EOS 60D is generally a mid-range digital camera that is easy to manoeuvre when out and about. Video mode is one interesting feature Canon has added into the 60D. Smooth HD shooting allows for unlimited use of this gorgeous machine. A wide range of aspects ratios also give you flexibility to customize your photographs individually. For filters, you have grainy black and white, soft focus, miniature and toy camera effect.

The selling feature

So you’ve seen the basics of the Canon EOS 60D. But what exactly sets this camera apart from its siblings? You will find the answer on the back of the Canon EOS 60D in the form of the rotating 3 inch screen. Capable of rotating out of the casing, giving you an easy view of what you shoot even when the camera is a distance from your eyes, the screen is simply inventive. When done shooting, simply rotate the screen back into the casing and fit the LCD area into the slot so it is protected.

Believe it or not, the Canon EOS 60D’s rotating LCD screen is one innovative feature that we will soon see in many cameras in the market. Trust Canon to pioneer this amazing innovation. So is the Canon EOS 60D for you? The answer is simple – of course it is!

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-06-24
Canon vs Nikon: which DSLR system is best? A question that has frustrated many of the world's greatest philosophers and may even have troubled the UN… Our in-depth comparison examines each system's cameras, lenses, key features and much more.Who makes the...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-08
A full Canon EOS Rebel T4i / 650D review is planned. ...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-08
The Canon EOS 60D is the latest member in Canons two-digit line of D-SLRs and follows on from the likes of the 30D, 40D and 50D. ...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-08
“It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation.”—Herman Melville The generation of Canon EOS digital SLRs beginning with the 10D have been evolutionary, with each camera adding resolution and new features. The 60D continues in ...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-17
Measurements were made using Imatest . You'll find the test results in our Canon 60D test report . For the test method and explanation of terms, see the FAQ section.The viewfinder accuracy amounts 96%, the enlargment 0,95 and the crop factor 1.6, which re...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-08
Excellent balance; great choice of lenses; superb video capabilities.good Only nine focus points; obtuse UI.bad
At first blush, you’d think the EOS 60D would be more capable than the older EOS 50D. That’s only partially true. It’s got more pixels and a more sophisticated metering engine, but it lacks the metal body and has a lower maximum continuous shooting sp...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-02
The Canon 60D is prosumer DSLR with video capture prowess. It sports an 18MP APS-C format sensor and a swivel LCD. As the successor to the Canon 50D, it’s somewhat of a change in the natural progression of the xxD line of cameras. A smaller form-fac...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-21
Great photo and video quality, Articulating display, Microphone inputgood No continous autofocus for video, Awkward mode dial lock placement, Display gets easily washed out in sunlightbad
TweetShareEmail The Canon EOS 60D digital SLR is the successor to the EOS 50D released in 2008. It adds an articulating display, enhanced image processor, and a 18 megapixel sensor. With the increasing popularity of digital SLR video, the 60D also in...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-01
Pivoting LCD, In camera editing, Wireless flash control, Good image quality, Good video quality, Solid feeling buildgood Use of plastic on body, Price, Some fiddly controlsbad
It's only natural to view the Canon 60D as a replacement for the semi-pro EOS 50D. As well as following on in typical numerical sequence, Canon also pronounced the EOS 50D obsolete at the same time as launching the new camera.Indeed, the Canon 50D was ...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-01
The Canon 60D is a DSLR camera aimed at the serious amateur. Not quite ready to part with the funds to net Canon’s 7D or 5D MkII? This, says the manufacturer, is the camera for you: a ruggedly built, feature-stuffed snapper that counts full 1080p v...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-17
In designing the much-anticipated EOS 60D, Canon decided against a simple upgrade of the previous model, the EOS 50D. Instead, the company opted for a redefinition of its range to create a middle ground between the semi-pro EOS 7D and the entry level E...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-04
Has just about every feature the keen amateur could want; robust build; high resolution; fast response times; swivel and tilt LCD screen; Full HD videogood Pricey; bulky and weightybad
Canon’s EOS 60D replaces the 50D and slots between the enthusiast-targeted 7D and beginner-friendly 550D. It’s not cheap, at a body-only street price of around £1,100, but the 60D, with its class-leading 18-megapixel resolution, combines the usability...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-30
18.00MegapixelsCanon EF, EF-S3.0 inchLCDPay Less! $1000.70 That's the average, click to find the BEST price! Canon EOS 60DOverview by Shawn Barnett, Dave Etchells, Mike Tomkinsand Zig WeidelichHands-on Preview: 08/26/10Test Results: 11/12/10Full Review...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-27
Great image quality and high ISO performance leave us with a very favorable impression of the 60D. A swiveling LCD and 1080 HD video sweeten the deal. Announced in late August 2010 as the replacement for the 50D and "designed primarily for advanced...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-25
The Canon EOS 60D is Canon’s latest addition to their DSLR line and sits between the Digital Rebel T2i and EOS 7D in terms of both price and features. The 60D presumably is intended to eventually supersede the EOS 50D—though the 50D is still listed as ...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-24
It’s not easy following the trajectories of Canon and Nikon’s SLR product lines. As Nikon replaces its superb but aging D90 with the considerably more upmarket Nikon D7000, the Canon 60D is in many ways a downgrade to the 50D it replaces. It’s encased ...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-19
The double-digit numbers have traditionally belonged to Canon's semi-pro DSLR line-up, which offer features from the pro cameras at a lower price than a pro body.That tradition came into question with the launch of the Canon 7D late in 2009 though, the...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-19
Vari Angle LCD, Wireless flash control built in, Superb video, external mic jack, and audio control, Incamera raw processing and image resizing, Extensive software bundle included, Good battery performance, Excellent image quality, even at high ISO sgood Poor Auto White balance under tungsten lighting, Slow focusing in Live View, Clumsy access to Movie mode,bad
Canon tends to be conservative with its DSLR upgrades, but it has made a big departure from the norm with the release of the EOS 60D. The 60D ($1100, body only) is a new class of Canon DSLR that’s quite different from Canon's EOS 50D and other existing...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-19
Great handling, Good ISO performance with low image noise, High burst rate when shooting JPEGs, Brilliant LCD displaygood Missing joystick makes switching AF points more difficultbad
The double-digit numbers have traditionally belonged to Canon's semi-pro DSLR line-up, which offer features from the pro cameras at a lower price than a pro body.That tradition came into question with the launch of the Canon 7D late in 2009 though, the 7D...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-18
Highquality build, welldefined swivel screen, Good picture quality in video mode, General responsiveness: startup, saving shots, autofocus, Handles ISO sensitivity well, Excellent handlinggood Autofocus not reliable enough via optical viewfinder, Autofocus slow with onscreen viewfinder, Some nice design features lost (mini thumbstick, on/off button moved etc.), Builtin microphone records mono soundbad
The multi-directional mini-control stick first appeared on the EOS 20D in summer 2004, before being rolled out on to all the brand's high-end models (5D, then 1D Mk III in 2007). It was even picked up by the competition (Sony Alpha 700). It was particu...
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Display diagonal

7.62 cm (3")

Display resolution (numeric)

1040000 pixels

Vari-angle LCD display
Field of view



Built-in microphone

Ports & interfaces

USB version


HDMI connector type


Microphone in

Weight & dimensions


14.4 cm


7.86 cm


10.6 cm


775 g

Light exposure

ISO sensitivity

100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, Auto

Light exposure modes

aperture priority AE, manual, shutter priority AE

Picture quality


18 MP

Camera type

SLR Camera Body

Sensor type


Maximum image resolution

5184 x 3456 pixels

Still image resolution(s)

3888 x 2592 3456 x 2304 2592 x 1728 1920 x 1280 720 x 480

Image stabilizer
Supported aspect ratios

1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9

Image sensor size (W x H)

22.3 x 14.9 mm


Video recording
Maximum video resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

HD type

Full HD

Video resolutions

640 x 480,1280 x 720,1920 x 1080 pixels

Resolution at capture speed

1280x720@50fps, 1280×720@60fps, 1920x1080@24fps, 1920x1080@25fps, 1920x1080@30fps, 640x480@60fps

Video formats supported





Auto focusing (AF) modes

Single Auto Focus

Closest focusing distance

0.35 m

Auto Focus (AF) lock
Auto Focus (AF) assist beam


Flash modes

Auto, Flash off, Red-eye reduction, Slow synchronization


White balance

Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Manual, Shade, Tungsten

Scene modes

Close-up (macro), Landscape, Night, Portrait, Sports

Photo effects



2,10 s

Camera playback

slide show

Playback zoom (max)


Live view
Built-in processor



Power source type


Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Battery life (CIPA standard)

1100 shots

Battery type


Battery level indicator


Fastest camera shutter speed

1/8000 s

Slowest camera shutter speed

30 s


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