How long can Canon 60D record video?

29 minutes, 59 seconds
Individual movie clips captured by the Canon EOS 60D are limited to a maximum of 29 minutes, 59 seconds, thanks to European tax regulations, although as it turns out, the 4GB limit on video file sizes will in practice restrict you to shorter movie clips anyway.

Is Canon EOS 60D full frame?

The sub-frame sensor on the Canon 60D means that it has a smaller angle of view (by a factor of 1/1.6x) than a full-frame camera with any given lens.

Can a Canon 60D be used as a beginner?

A mid-range Canon camera is typically not the best option if you’re a true beginner: instead, look to the Canon Rebel line. Those cameras cost less, and you probably won’t miss too many of the features that you’ll find on a camera like the 60D. Yes, you CAN use a 60D if you’re a beginner: it does have a full AUTO mode.

How to change camera settings on Canon 60D?

The ancestors of the 60D – like the 50D, 40D and 30D – all have TWO ways you can change camera settings: Front Control Dial — positioned near the shutter release, this control dial can be rotated with your index finger to change camera settings

How does live view work on a Canon 60D?

You can activate the live view mode on the 60D at any time by pressing the live view button on the back of the camera. Once in live view mode, you can leverage the flexibility of the LCD screen to take shots from all sorts of odd angles: above your head, at ground level, around corners or even completely reversed for self-portraits.

What’s the difference between the Canon 50D and 60D?

The 60D’s closest relative is the Canon 50D, the last camera released in Canon’s mid-range line. The main differences between the two are that the Canon 60D can capture High Definition video, while the 50D cannot (you may see this as either a benefit or a drawback) and the 60D has the flexible LCD screen while the 50D does not.