Canon EOS 60D Make Your Shooting

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Getting a new camera is always a lot of fun. There’s usually something new, upgraded, or unique about the camera you just acquired, so the first thing I do is jump into taking photos right away. But what I should really be doing is digging into the menus and reading the manual to see what the camera’s insides look like. This might seem boring, but learning the new features of the camera can be quite advantageous, since there might be improvements I’m not aware of yet.

If this is your first DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera, then you might be a little bit overwhelmed by all of the different features in the 60D. Manuals tend to tell you a lot of “how,” but not a lot of “why,” and jumping straight into the manual may initially do more harm than good if you’re not sure where to start. If you don’t have a grasp of the general settings, then some of the information in the manual won’t really have any meaning.

Poring Over the Canon EOS 60D

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Poring Over the Canon EOS 60D

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