Have a penchant for clicking photographs of the night sky and the stars? Canon has got you covered with the new EOS 60Da DSLR camera. Upping the ante from the EOS 20Da, the 60Da comes with a modified infrared filter and a low noise sensor with heightened hydrogen-alpha sensitivity that promises great cosmic photos.
The 60Da packs in an 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor, 3-inch Clear View swiveling LCD, ISO speeds up to 6400 which is expandable up to 12800, nine-point AF, manual controls and RAW as well JPEG image recording capabilities.
The 60Da will be available from this month for $1,499.