If you take aim at the sky when you take a picture, the EOS 60Da is a camera that has been specifically designed for you. As an astro photographer, this camera has ultra sensitivity features, for excellent resolution, color sensitivity, and to help you capture the best shot, whether it is a full range of motion, or a beautiful night sky that you want to remember. The 18.0 MP CMOS sensor is ultra sensitive to light, and increased IR sensitivity means any light settings you are taking a photo in, will result in great image quality when you look at the end result. The 3.0“ clear LCD touch screen makes it simple to capture your subject, and instantly take any shot you want to capture.
An ISO range from 100 to 6400 makes this camera the perfect solution for star and night gazers. The increased IR sensitivity means crisper reds, brighter yellows, and a built in blocking filter means that light which is generally blocked out by DSLR cameras, to be captured by this model. The camera will provide images that are a clear representation of what you see in the sky, and will produce the sharpest image quality that you can get when specifically taking images of the night sky.
The 18.0 MP allows you to easily crop images, and take a close up of any image you have shot, without having to worry about losing resolution or image clarity, when you do crop and zoom in on any one image. The DIGIC 4 processor means that your shots are taken, captured, and saved, even when you are shooting at the fastest speeds. So, if you are taking aim at a shooting star, or other night sky show, you do not have to wait, and hope that the camera is going to catch the images; at 5.3 frames per second, you can continually shoot, and receive excellent quality each time you snap a photo through the viewfinder.
A new remote control adapter has been included with this model as well. It has an auto timer switch, an interval timer switch, long exposure timer, and an exposure counter setting feature, allowing you to set the timer to get the best image quality; you can choose to set the timer from as low as 1 second, up to 99 hours apart when you are taking any photo, of anything that you are trying to capture up above head in the sky.
As an astrophotographer, there are quite a few beautiful images you would want to capture; from a shooting star to gorgeous sunset or sunrise. Regardless of what you want to capture, if you have used other cameras in the past, consider this EOS 60Da, which is specifically designed to capture these images, and produce the finest clarity and image resolution. When you are pointing up at the night sky, and want to capture the crisp, beautiful image and color resolution, Canon has delivered with this new camera, and the different new features and accessories you can purchase to use with it.