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What are (major?) differences between 60D and 7D, seeing they are both within same price range?
Edited by Sinner - 10/25/11 at 6:16am
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What are (major?) differences between D60 and 7D, seeing they are both within same price range?
60D and 7D you mean.

Going up to the 7D gets you:
  • Superior AF system
  • More weather sealing
  • 100% coverage viewfinder (60D = 96%)
  • Joystick (Superior to rocker on 60D for AF point selection)
  • Faster burst rate
  • Better ergonomics

Not sure if there's more, but that's all off the top of my head.
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Thanks.

Magnesium alloy body (since I tend to work under really bad weather conditions and high humidity) and better AF system is what really would make me think about 7D.
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The 7D would be a much better choice. I've worked with it a lot and love it for both cinematography and photography.

I wish I could afford one though.
    
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60D and 600D have almost identical performance in almost every sense, with the 60D having SLIGHTLY better AF with 9 cross type AF points, and a bigger battery life on its batteries. But apart from that, the two are virtually identical Image quality wise. The main difference is the top LCD and the dual wheel control that makes it easier to control and use. I personally found the 600D to be better value for the money and saved the money on some nice glass instead

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Oh and the 550D, 600D, 60D, 7D all share the same sensor IIRC
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Takendown2's evaluation is pretty accurate -- except that the 7D has Dual Digic IVs, whereas the others have one as far as I can recall
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Originally Posted by Takendown2 View Post
60D and 600D have almost identical performance in almost every sense, with the 60D having SLIGHTLY better AF with 9 cross type AF points
9 cross compared to a single cross is a huge improvement. AF in Rebels (xx0D) is terrible outside the center point. Funny though, so is the 5D/5DII.
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