Canon has announced a new version of their 60D DSLR, the Canon EOS 60Da which is specifically designed for astronomers, and it features a modifies infrared filter plus a low noise sensor.
The Canon EOS 60Da replaces Canon’s previous astronomy DSLR the 20da, and it features an 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and can be mounted to telescopes with an adapter.
On the back of the Canon EOS 60Da is a 3 inch 1,040,00 dot LCD display, and it comes with a Live View view mode and a bundles AVC-DC400ST stereo AV video cable so you can hook it up to an external display.
The Canon EOS 60Da will go on sale in the US later this month for $1,499.
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