We’re reached the last part of my review with the Canon EOS 60D. In this last test I took the 60D for an actual assignment, which is a Pre-Wedding shoot. We shot from really early in the morning till late night when the moon was shining down on us, and with that I guess I could say I’ve tested this camera with almost all sort of lighting condition.
Less talk from me, so here are the images…
Below are shots done at night and the shot below is done with light painting technique.
Long exposure shot outdoor.
Another light painting technique done out door with Jack Tan, this shot was really fun and different, the outside of this house was almost pitch black and it took 2 of us to light up the house and the bride and groom.
To sum things up, is the Canon EOS 60D good enough for professionals? Well, yes and why not? These pictures are taken and to be presented to the couple Chu Kin and Shennie. I’ve been reading around forums and noticed that most people would say the built and quality of the camera isn’t good enough. My thought and question back is…why does that matter? I’ve not been required to throw my camera on the ground or at someone and even if I was…I wouldn’t.
The image quality matters most when it comes to selecting a camera and this 60D has done its part. It’s giving out professional like pictures with a big bang for bucks price. The high iso performance is awesome and the noise is subtle and reasonable enough. Focusing is definitely better then the 5D mark II which I hope canon would do something bout it when the mark 3 comes out.
To end things, I would like to thank Canon Malaysia for giving me the opportunity to try out this unit and have it for an actual assignment, Jack Tan for letting me be his partner in crime for this assignment and Chu Kin and Shennie…for entrusting me and the camera to do our job, also a big congrats to you both.