Canon EOS D60
The Canon EOS D60 is a digital SLR ( DSLR) camera with 6.3 - megapixel image sensor in APS -C format from Canon, which was launched in March 2002. These were the successor of the Canon EOS D30, the first directly developed as digital SLR camera, which appeared in October 2000. The target group was demanding amateurs and professional photographers.
The main difference with the previous model was the newly developed image sensor with a resolution of 6.3 megapixels - the sensor of its predecessor EOS D30 had a resolution of 3.1 megapixels.
Based on feedback from EOS -D30 users the following improvements have been implemented:
- The possibility of simultaneous recording still pictures in JPEG and RAW format
- Setting and saving development settings in the camera
- The extension of the user functions ( "custom functions" ) on 14 pieces
The successor of the EOS D60 was the Canon EOS 10D a year later, was released in March 2003.