- Jan 21, 2012
I know you didn't mean to write 'film dslr'This is the first time I have to disagree on a post, though, not because of the photochops of the camera, but because the 60D was the perfect Film DSLR. It was the first in the Canon Lineup to include a flippy screen and the image quality was a bit above the 7D. In fact, the T3i produced better images than the 7D.
I really loved my 7D for the few years I had it (until it broke). I didn't yet have the money to replace it and about a week later, my aunt contacted me. She had a t3i she purchased, but never used. So I scored a free camera. Despite all of the claims, the t3i had better image quality than most of the APS-C cameras before it.
And dare I say, better than the 5DMII. And it all comes down to the image sensor and how the camera handles the files. While it lacks the ISO capabilities some other cameras, it made up for it in the fact that there was next to no banding when you pulled the shadows. The 60D was a similar story, though, I only used it a little bit compared to every other camera.
Whoa, good catch. I was watching an "Applied science" video as I was typing that. They were working on a lithography project. I think the world film must have been in my head from that. Also, check out the Applied Science on photo lithography on Youtube.I know you didn't mean to write 'film dslr'
You are definitely not Tony Northrop I am with you, it was really hard for me to decide this year whether I should use Canon's trade-in discount to get me a 5D VI. I did it, but it was really hard for me to hand out my beloved, battered sort of war-horse 5D III. With more than 150.00 actuations it still worked nicely.Currently I'm still rocking a pair of 5DmkIII and love them.
Thanks, yes it was bad. I still remember it. I switched to 5DMkII 24-105 kit and gave up 2 lenses I didn't want (Sigma 400 APO and Canon 28-70 2.8L) as a part exchange to cut the price of the kit. They saved me 900 euros (2950 -> 2050). Then I got the 70-200 4 L IS.Sorry to read that. This was a nightmare...