Canon EOS D60 vs Canon EOS 7D Mark II
These cameras are both manufacturered by Canon.Canon EOS D60 were released 2002 and Canon EOS 7D Mark II was released 2014. That is a 12 years difference. In tech, this period of time can be of interest since technology is always improving etc.
|Canon EOS D60||Canon||2002|
|Canon EOS 7D Mark II||Canon||2014|
Type of camera
Both these cameras are DSLR cameras. No difference there.
Sensors / crop factor
Both these cameras have the same sorts sensor (called "APSC") which means that if you compare the cameras side by side the lenses will also have the same experienced focal length. Neither of the cameras have a Full frame sensor which means that you will get a "crop factor" where the cameras sensor size effect the focal length with a multiplier.
|Camera||Experienced focal length when using a lens with 50mm focal length (ex a common "50mm f/1.8")|
|Canon EOS D60||80 mm||(a Canon APS-C sensor have a crop factor / focal length multiplier by * 1.6)|
|Canon EOS 7D Mark II||80 mm||(a Canon APS-C sensor have a crop factor / focal length multiplier by * 1.6)|
Learn more about crop factor and focal length multiplier here:
Camera selection can affect the focal length (Canon)
|Camera||Megapixels||Pixel (total)||Pixels (width)||Pixels (height)|
|Canon EOS D60||6,3 MP||6291456||3072||2048|
|Canon EOS 7D Mark II||20 MP||19961856||5472||3648|
Canon EOS 7D Mark II has a 217 % larger resolution than Canon EOS D60. This could give you more details in the picture but also a possibility to crop more in the pictures, afterwards while editing the pictures, if needed that is.
|Canon EOS D60||100-1000|
|Canon EOS 7D Mark II||100-16000|
Autofocus and lens compatibility
Both of these cameras have a built-in autofocus motor. Some lenses, that supports autofocus, does not have a autofocus motor of their own but this wont cause any problems with these two cameras.
Worth mentioning is that Canon EOS D60 do not work with Canon EF-S lenses but this is also shown at our compatibility charts.
Pictures per second
Depending on what you are shooting the FPS, or frames/pictures per second, can definately be of interest. Canon EOS D60 can shoot up to 3 pictures per seconds and Canon EOS 7D Mark II can shoot up to 10 pictures per seconds.
|Camera||FPS (Frames per second)|
|Canon EOS D60||3|
|Canon EOS 7D Mark II||10|
Ability to record movies
It is becoming more and more popular to record movies with digital cameras.
The weight of the camera can be an extremely important factor, especially if the camera is about to be used, carried around, for several hours at the time.
|Camera||Weight (in gram)||Weight (in pounds)|
|Canon EOS D60||855 gr||1,88 lb|
|Canon EOS 7D Mark II||910 gr||2,01 lb|