Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Canon EOS 60D: Broken Shutter After 58,000 Actuations

Canon EOS 60D
The EOS 60D is one of the latest Canon models to support high-capacity SDXC memory cards, providing up to 2TB of available space, allowing photographers to keep shooting HD video and full resolution RAW and JPEG stills without changing cards. For better management of larger image libraries on the camera, EOS 60D photographers can add a rating of 1 to 5 to their favourite images, allowing them to be easily located and viewed on-screen. Once transferred from the camera to a PC, the tags can also be viewed using a number of image editing and management programs, including Canon’s DPP software.

Canon EOS 60D: Broken shutter blind after 58,000 actuations.
Canon 60D broken shutter blind

Canon 60D: Back cover removed
Canon 60D: Back cover removed
      
 Canon EOS 60D: CMOS Sensor
 Canon EOS 60D CMOS Sensor, Shutter is underneath it
                       
 Canon EOS 60D: Shutter
Canon EOS 60D: Sensor has been removed,Now the shutter can be seen
                   
Canon 60D shutter blind broken after 58,000 actuations
Canon 60D: shutter blind broken after 58,000 actuations

Canon EOS 60D: with rubber grips removed

 Photos By John Torcasio
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