You have probably already noticed my enthusiasm about the Canon EOS 760D camera with 60 mm lens in my previous article about the Canon event. In the meantime my desperate enthusiasm has gone, I can finally think normally again and I’ve been looking for some more information about the lens on the internet. And yes, I’m still in love -as far as that is possible with electronic equipments- with this camera and lens. As far as I know does Canon launch a few new camera’s once in a while and these are usually “replacements” of existing camera’s. Canon has also three categories of cameras; the Canon EOS 760D camera is part of the ‘EOS for beginning photographers‘ line and -as far as I understood- the most professional/advanced camera of this category. I can start a long story about technical things, but 1. I don’t know that much about that too and 2. I don’t think you’re interested in that too, so I will just mention my favorite elements of the camera:
♥ The camera has a ‘moveable’ screen, which makes it easier to photography from difficult angles (and it’s nice for selfies too ;)).
♥ The camera allows you to share your photos by using WiFi or NFC, so you can easily watch, edit & share your photos via your smartphone/tablet. You can also use the WiFi functions for useful apps from Canon.
♥ The camera has great technical elements such as the focus, both for photos & videos.
♥ The camera is very good as a filming camera, videos are made in the best quality!
The 60mm lens I used is kind of in the middle of a 50mm & macro lens. My macro lens is just a bit difficult for quick and ‘normal’ usage, but the 60mm lens allows you to make beautiful photos with a great focus and it is very easy to reach these results. The lens is also placed in a higher lens segment than the well-known 50mm lens and I really noticed this in quality! I also noticed the great quality of the camera, the photos could be made very easily and almost all of them looked great. So, I would really recommend to check this camera out if you happen to be looking for a new one! And when it’s too expensive, I would definitely recommend to check the new EOS 750D & EOS M3 cameras, which are great too!
Okay, well, this story is way to long -again-, but I really wanted to share this information with you. Please make sure to check the Canon website of your country -or just Canon.com– if you want to know more about the cameras and lenses. This post also contains the rest of the photos I made during the event; a part is made at Hortus Botanicus -which is definitely worth a visit!- and some random spots in Amsterdam (I’m sorry for the overload of photos). And well, this camera is still high on my wishlist!
What type of camera do you own? And what do you think of these photos?
Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam