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With some excellent cameras to its credit, Canon caters to the photography needs of both professional and amateur photographers. EOS 60D is an entry-level prosumer DSLR by Canon and was launched in 2010. It is the first DSLR by Canon to feature a fully-articulated screen but lacks the option of 4K video recording. This section features a detailed introspection into the 60D and short but comprehensive comparison to the newer Canon EOS 90D. Check out Canon EOS 60D prices in Pakistan and read on to see whether you should invest in a 9 years old 60D or a more recent and advanced 90D that was launched in August 2019.
Integrated cleaning system
Improved 63-zone metering system
AF works only with the flash
Continuous autofocus not available for video shooting
60D features fast continuous shooting, 1080 video recording, in-camera raw development, in-camera filters, and a flip-out swivel screen. There are also several new in-camera creative options/filters as well as HDMI output for viewing your imagery on a smart TV.
Ditching the magnesium alloy construction seen in previous models, Canon 60D is clad in a lighter weight plastic shell with glass fibre. The camera comes without a flash sync socket but features a Wireless Speedlight control and support for optional infra-red remote release.
The LCD is 3 inches in size with a huge 1024k-dot resolution. The first DSLR by Canon to feature a fully articulated screen, the Canon EOS 60D features a Vari-angle 3-inch, 1 million dot Clear View LCD monitor for comfortable and easy shooting from all angles and perspectives. The viewfinder has 96% frame coverage with 0.95x magnification.
Exhibiting an 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor, the Canon 60D is capable of shooting photos with a max resolution of 5184 × 3456 pixel and Full HD 1080p videos at 30 fps. Though the camera has high-quality video capabilities, it doesn't offer 4K video shooting option. However, the 90D showcases a brilliant 33 MP sensor that is capable of shooting 4K videos as well as superfine images.
It uses the same DIGIC 4 processor as the previous iteration and provides burst shooting at 5.3 fps. The ISO offered is 100-6400 with an extended ISO 12,800 for extreme low-light work. The auto-focusing system on the Canon EOS 60D uses nine cross-type points and a normal ISO of up to 6400 and 12,800 on the expanded range for unwavering shooting even in the dimmest conditions.
60D saves video files in up to 4GB size before stopping and making a new one. The camera has shifted to SDXC cards instead of the old CF. You have the options of using one LP-E6 battery or two-LP-E6 batteries for more power back up. The camera will give you 1,100 shots per charge.
Canon also uses Eye-Fi connected functions in some of its cameras for transferring content wirelessly. You will find a dedicated Eye-Fi section in the User Interface that lets you turn off WiFi functionality when WIFI is not required, hence saving battery life to a great deal.
With the 60D, you can tag locations as well as mark your images with a 'Star' rating to easily find and filter your images or setting up slide shows. After applying tags you can also access them through the included Digital Photo Professional software or third-party packages such as Adobe Bridge and Lightroom.
The 60D doesn’t have image stabilization that’s why it needs optically stabilized lenses. Being a crop frame camera with a 1.6x crop factor, the EOS 60D is compatible with all EF-mount and EF-S lenses such as Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM, Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM and Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM.
Both entry-level prosumer DSLRs are 9 years apart. The 90D features almost a decade of technological progress and development. Though 60D has 1m longer flash coverage, the 90D excels at its sensor resolution at 33 MP, featuring 83% more pixels and 300% max ISO. 90D also provides better connectivity with its built-in WIFI and Bluetooth features.
90D also has a touchscreen and supports UHS memory cards that read and write in ultra-high speeds. It also comes with 36 more cross-type focus points as well as cross-type points than Canon EOS 60D. 90D also has a more accurate viewfinder with 100% coverage and the better battery lets you take 200 more pictures on a single charge. Both iterations don't offer optical image stabilization.