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Archive 2013 · Good Reference for Canon 60D?

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p.1 #1 · Good Reference for Canon 60D?

I just bought a Canon 60D but the seller did not include the english version of the manual. However, I have downloaded the PDF and have it on my iPad and iPhone. Hopefully, the seller will be able to find the manual and send it to me -- I like references that do not rely on electrons (AMHIK!).

So, in addition to the printed Canon D60 manual, I am looking for a companion book to go along with the manual that goes into more detail about the settings. I would classify my experience level as an advanced enthusiast, but not yet a "professional". I don't need a book that tells me about the exposure triangle or what depth of field is; I want to know about advanced use of the settings and how to take advantage of all of the D60's capabilities.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,


Aug 18, 2013 at 10:13 PM
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p.1 #2 · Good Reference for Canon 60D?

Hi Theo, you might want to try these books:


Or this: http://froknowsphoto.com/canon-60d-how-to-guide/


Aug 19, 2013 at 07:12 PM

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p.1 #3 · Good Reference for Canon 60D?

Thanks, Pete!

Found David Bush's book as well. Sucking-in all this data and augmenting it with the Kelby Training videos seems to be doing the trick. I must say the scope of info presented in Kelby Training stuff (www.kelbytraining.com) is quite impressive from hardware, to lighting, post-processing, and more!



Aug 20, 2013 at 05:56 PM

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