$500 More Expensive? Canon EOS 60Da DLSR Camera

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At glance, this new Canon DSLR camera, EOS 60Da, is so identical to the EOS 60D. You don’t need be surprised by that. The EOS 60Da is EOS 60D, but with little modification on its infrared filter and sensor to improve the hydrogen-alpha sensitivity.

Those modifications increase the ability of this new camera to capture anything on the sky clearer through a 3.0-inch Clear View vary-angle LCD monitor. According to Canon, the EOS 60Da could capture more three times the hydrogen-alpha rays than the EOS 60D.

In addition, the EOS 60Da features a 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor, DIGIC 4 processor, ISO speed up to 6400 expandable to 12800, Full HD 1080 video recording, HDMI, RAW+JPEG recording, memory card slot and so on.

The release date and pricing
This camera is available this month in black color. However, the enhancement of filter and sensor caused Canon EOS 60Da DSLR camera to have $500 more expensive price than the EOS 60D, MSRP $1,499.99. I’m not sure it’s too expensive or not, but inbox you will also receive remote controller adapter RA-E3 and AC adapter kit ACK-E6.

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