Exciting. Any word on if they're parfocal?
Although even Woody's stinkers are generally more original than 90% of mainstream movies I have to say that this is the first for years that I'm actually quite excited about.
Yep - Kill List was off the scale. I'm really looking forward to this (although I always find it a bit hard to believe in Tom Hiddleston). Free Fire looks great too - although what is it with everything being set in the 70s these days?
I reckon it's because the mobile phone kills at least 50% of all plot devices in contemporary-set thrillers.
Uncle Buck FTW!
I'll take a dozen!
60D has the same imaging system as the 600D, so absolutely no difference in video capabilities. As above, the 60D is weather sealed.
However, the 600D has that articulated screen and, perhaps even more useful, has a non-image-degrading 3x digital zoom facility (in fact the image improves, as it uses a 1-to-1 pixel readout with no line-skipping, vastly reducing moire). This instantly doubles (at least) the 'focal lengths' available to you.
As far as I'm aware, the 600D is the only Canon VDSLR to offer this, which is mystifying.