Canon Launches EOS 60Da DSLR Camera for Astrophotography

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New Canon EOS 60Da DSLR Camera For Astronomy Enthusiasts Captures The True Colors Of The Cosmos

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., April 3, 2012 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today introduced the EOS 60Da Digital SLR Camera, a long-awaited successor to the EOS 20Da that is optimized for astrophotography. This DSLR caters to astronomers and hobbyists who enjoy capturing the beauty of the night sky by offering a modified infrared filter and a low-noise sensor with heightened hydrogen-alpha sensitivity. These modifications allow the camera to capture magnificent photographs of “red hydrogen emission” nebulae and other cosmic phenomena.

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3 Responses to “Canon Launches EOS 60Da DSLR Camera for Astrophotography”

  1. Dima Says:

    Looks like april joke

  2. Sally Says:

    can this still take regular photos? What will be the difference?

  3. Cool Stuff – Week of April 06, 2012. | The Blog @ BorrowLenses.com Says:

    [...] Let’s kick off with a couple of new product announcements. First, Canon just introduced the 60Da. The “a” designation is for astrophotography. Hit up the link to learn why you’d want this variant of the 60D. [...]