eBay seller buydig (99.5% positive ratings) has the Canon EOS 60D with Pixma PRO-100 printer and photo paper on sale for [shoplink 14893 ebay]$529.99 (click here)[/shoplink] after a $400 mail-in rebate. Limited stock, free shipping.
This is the first price drop by an important US seller, that’s B&H: the Canon EOS 60D body only is on sale for $599 (click here), with the Canon EF-S 18-135mm IS Lens, and a Ruggard Commando 35 DSLR Shoulder Bag and a SanDisk 16GB SDHC Memory Card Ultra Class 10 UHS-I for $899 (click here).
Top rated eBay seller buydig (138558 ratings, 99.5% positive, Canon Authorized Dealer) has the Canon EOS 60D body only on sale for [shoplink 14058 ebay]$589 (click here)[/shoplink]. Be aware that the price shows up when you add the item to the cart. Free shipping, USA warranty, limited stock).
Top rated eBay seller buydig (138558 ratings, 99.5% positive, Canon Authorized Dealer) has the Canon EOS 60D body only on sale for . Be aware that the price shows up when you add the item to the cart. Free shipping, USA warranty, limited stock).
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Are there limits to the exploits made available by Magic Lantern and the coding skills of gifted hackers? After all the news of the last weeks and since we learned that even an EOS 50D (here on eBay), a camera that didn’t sport video capabilities, has been enabled to shot RAW footage thanks to the Magic Lantern hack, I thought there would be some rest. Nope.
Tao Ai, University of Toronto grad student, used a Canon EOS 60D with the Magic Lantern hack onboard, a video processing board with a field programmable gate array, and some pieces of code he wrote to capture the HDR feed produced by the 60D. The feed was then run through the video processing board to produce the final footage seen on the screen in the video above. The results is a HDR video feed at 480p and 60fps.
Everything is obviously very experimental, but it shows what can be done, which possibilities are hidden in Canon’s DSLR hardware, and – last but not least – what a skilled programmer can do (and I mean both the ML hackers and Tao Ai).