Woodland Hills, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
For those who love to take photographs of the sky, Canon now has a great product to offer to help intensify the experience. Available at Woodland Hills Camera and Telescopes (http://www.telescopes.net), the new Canon EOS 60DA DSLR camera, complete with an infrared blocking filter, was a follow up to the popular EOS 20DA version. This newer version was custom made for the profession of astrophotography. The camera was made to help define the accurate views of the red-like hues found when taking pictures of diffuse nebulae in the sky at night. It has heightened sensitivity of the hydrogen-alpha lines. Some of the more improved features of this camera are the multi-angle 3.0 inch clear view LCD monitor, the 18 megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, an ISO range of about 100-6400, and more. These features make the camera very easy to use and understand. The camera is great for those long periods outside while looking at the sky and taking everything in. The Canon EOS 60DA DSLR captures reality.
For astrophotography, this camera with built in flash has increased IR sensitivity. The IR filter allows the camera to achieve a hydrogen alpha light that is about three times greater than the former models. This creates a clear, crisp image of the reddish hues that are often found in the night sky. It has an 18-megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, the high performance DIGIC 4 image processor, and the expandable ISO 12800 that provides excellent quality as well as low noise to your photography and filming. The camera also comes with new remote control adapter model RA-E3, which allows for compatibility with the other remotes you may choose to use.
To get all of the colors that are present in the night sky, the Canon EOS 60DA has a custom made infrared blocking filter that will let in light to be captured by the sensors that is typically blocked by other camera filters. This is great because the normal hydrogen alpha light that is given off in a gas form is not able to be seen with a normal camera. This camera allows anyone to create a sharper, clearer, and accurate picture that shows the natural instances of red hues during diffuse nebulae.
Now hobbyists and astrophotography enthusiasts everywhere have a chance to bring the universe to life in a big way.
For more information, please visit: http://www.telescopes.net.