After the recent released of Canon EOS 5D Mark III, we were sure it wasn’t the last thing we would expect from digital imaging solution company. When some might be already anxious to know what will be the next up their sleeve. Today, Canon introduces it’s latest addition to the EOS camera line – the Canon 60Da.
“The EOS 60Da is a testament to the constant desire to meet the needs of every customer, including those in specialized fields,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies & Communications Group, Canon U.S.A., “This new camera enables an accurate depiction of a part of our solar system which is hard to achieve with conventional cameras but should be enjoyed and celebrated.”
Packed with a powerful 18-megapixel CMOS sensor (APS-C), the Canon EOS 60Da camera produces sharp and high-contrast images of astronomical object. Equipped with an improved infrared-blocking filter and a low-noise sensor with heightened hydrogen-alpha sensitivity – a modification suited specifically toward astronomy enthusiast. 3-inch clear view LCD with nine-point autofocus system and TV-out support. Video recording feature is now available at 1080p with 30fps.
To top all of that, Canon is giving out it’s RA-E3 remote controller adapter (ideally meant for those who shoot timed exposures greater 30 seconds) and as well as an AC adapter kit.
Priced at USD $1,499 – The Canon 60Da is scheduled to be available later this month from selected dealers.