With Canon user for years (with film and now digital) I'm thrilled by this case. Digital in user boxes eos 350D and EOS 40D, so known in territory that I apprehended the EOS 60D housing. One can smaller and lighter than its predecessor 40D, it fits perfectly in hand with well-placed controls and immediately recognizable and usable on. A beautiful build quality in this product line, we go out without fear of exposing him to nature, a little rain does not scare luis (although it probably should not abuse it). Its quality optical viewfinder renders a beautiful picture, clear and detailed. The big news compared to models I owned previously are: - The rotating screen which is extremely convenient, it can fit well in every position and the screen is completely protected when folded and returned, no risk of scratching it. - The video mode that renders an image of beauty teeming details. You have to master it to extract all the potential (that is less simple than with a camcorder), but the result and sublime levels of a pro video equipment.
Most - Very good sensor - Good ergonomics - Approachable - Good viewfinder - Excellent video - Adjustable screen of fine quality - Well built - Good grip - Beautiful photos and jpeg any exploitable result if you do not edit photos in RAW - Very large optical range and available accessories - Great battery life (15 days holiday in daily use, a single charge during the stay) The LESS - Mediocre delivered strap and not comfortable to wear - No continuous autofocus in video - Misplaced depth of field tester