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Canon EOS 60D launched, priced




Canon Philippines yesterday launched 7 new products in their digital imaging line. Among them is the much-anticipated Canon 60D and the new Powershot G12.

Canon EOS 60D specs:
18MP CMOS sensor
Full HD 1080p video
9 AF points
ISO 100 – 6400 (12800 via Custom Function)
1/8000 to 30 sec shutter speed
5.3fps shooting speed
SD/SDHC/SDXC card
Canon EF lenses (including EF-S lenses)

The suggested retail price of the Canon 60D is Php57,950 (body only). As for the Powershot G12, it will go for Php31,950.

Here’s the complete line of new Canon cameras and Selphy printer with their corresponding SRP:

PowerShot SX130 – Php15,950
PowerShot SX30 – Php28,950
PowerShot S95 – Php27,950
PowerShot G12 – Php31,950
IXUS 1000 HS – Php26,950
Selphy CP800 – Php7,950

Our blogger correspondent, Rommel David, was there yesterday to check out the new Canon products.

Canon Launches Seven New Products

Canon Philippines introduced seven new items in the digital imaging line yesterday, ranging from point-and-shoot cameras, a successor to the G11 and a new dSLR.

First on the list is a bunch of compact camera shooters — the Ixus 1000HS, a 10MP rangefinder with a solid, chiseled metal body, 10x optical zoom that can do full HD videos; the PowerShot S95, an upgrade to the S90 that comes with a high f/2 opening, 10MP sensor; and the PowerShot SX130 IS with a 12.1MP CCD that can do 12x optical zoom. All three can record 720p HD videos.

The Canon SX30 IS is notable for its 35x-wide angle optical zoom — starting with a wide 24mm and can go up to 840mm on the other end of the spectrum.

A new Canon G-Series camera was also introduced (full details reported here‘ earlier) — the Canon Powershot G12. Not a huge upgrade with only a few things improved — 2.0fps continuous shooting and HD recording capability (720p @ 24fps).

The event also featured the newest DSLR — the Canon EOS 60D, an upgrade to the Canon 50D from two years back. Canon included a vari-angle 3-inch LCD monitor that can be twisted and turned in almost any direction (read:swivel LCD).

The ISO level is expandable up to 12800. A few fancy effects were also added in (normally relegated to the PnS before) — a toy camera effect, soft focus, and miniature effect. Full specs and features of the Canon 60D posted here earlier.

The last item in the line is the Canon Selphy CP800, a compact photo printer. The CP800 can print up to postcard size prints and comes with an optional battery so you get that really portable benefit. The printer can grab images straight from the memory card, the camera or via a USB stick.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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    Add that url to the spam filter lol.

    The 60D really should’ve come out with an alloy body not plastic.

  4. Ton says:

    Mode jog wheel on the left? I’m not so sure about that.

  5. poche says:

    if eto ang katapat ng nikon D7000 at 1.1k$ e sa nikon na lang ako. magnesium body, dual card slots, tapos 39af pts ang lamang ng nikon.

  6. rumors says:

    Ogags! di naman intended para panapat sa Nikon D7000 yan.

  7. james says:

    I like it, im gonna buy my own.

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