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There’s much to admire about the Canon EOS 60D DSLR not least the fact that it is superbly reliable whether taking still photographs or full-action video clips. That’s mainly because the 60D can shoot at a glorious 18 Megapixels high resolution with a maximum storage of up to 4GB of video footage in HD. The in-camera editing facility is another great asset as is the chance to then cable-connect straight into your HD TV for instant playback. The smudge-resistant 3” LCD monitor is another plus point, with the 1,040,000 pixels producing fabulous on-screen detail. You also get a hefty 5.3 fps of Continuous Shooting with a 0.1 second start-up time, speedy autofocus, and minimal shutter lag, which is ideal for catching the briefest of moments.Digital Inspiration. That's how the good folks at Canon define their EOS 60D DSLR Camera. With an 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor a 3" Clear View LCD and HD video capture among other mouth-watering features perhaps you will agree. Let's take a tantalizing tour of this highly-anticipated DSLR camera body. What was that? Did I say video? Yes I did. Let's take a moment to delve into the feature that has all those techies out there jumping out of their desk chairs. The 60D is more than your run-of-the-mill DSLR camera as we know; it doubles as a 1920 x 1080 HD video camera. With the built-in video camera you'll be able to capture MOV video clips up to 4GB in size (time depends on resolution). With features like manual exposure control the option to attach on any of the Canon EF or EF-S lenses and various audio adjustments - including an external stereo mic connection and both manual and auto gain control - the 60D puts DSLR film-making at your fingertips. Other noteworthy features of the video function include in-camera editing a number of recording resolutions to choose from and an HDMI output for one-cable connection to your HDTV. Perhaps you should take a moment and catch your breath. Ok here we go - back to the DSLR proper. Let's ease back into things here. No matter if you're shooting video or digital stills the 60D captures everything to convenient flash memory cards - Record to SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards. Canon also gives you the option to use wireless USB 2.0 drives or Eye-Fi cards for computer-free wireless transfer of your images. Now back to the show... The 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor packs in enough pixel-power to make those mural prints you've only been dreaming of a reality. But even if you don't plan on making a wall-sized mural of your dog romping through the surf 18MP have other advantages. Sharpness clear details a lack of image Read Less