DxO, an optics module creator, might have accidentally released word on Canon’s plans for the EOS 60D through a schedule of when it intends to support certain cameras. There are a handful of references which point to modules that support the 60D apart from Canon’s range of lenses, which will happen in either November or December. Of course, there is always a chance of this being a speculative effort, although it isn’t too likely. Chances are the EOS 60D will ship before DxO is able to release its modules to play nice with said camera. To help you get a better idea on what the EOS 60D offers, rumors have it that it will be an 18-megapixel shooter with 1080p video recording capability and a swiveling display.
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