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Old Apr 4, 2011, 10:15 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Hards80 View Post
yea, with the 60d you get a more robust body, closer to what you are used to with your d60 and faster continuous shooting drive, plus more dedicated controls.

i think the best thing would be to find a dealer that carries canon products and give each of them a try, to see how they feel in your hand. try out the features that separate each model and see how important they may be to your shooting style and which ends up being hte best balance of features and price.
You are right about that. My favorite 35mm SLR was (is) a Nikon F-2AS with a motor winder and battery pack. I'm used to a camera with a little heft to it. Twice what I originally planned on spending, but I finally decided to go with the 60D with a battery grip.
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