When Canon introduced the affordable Canon EOS 60D in 2009, it was a milestone in the history of photography.
The camera was a bargain at just under $1,100, and the images it produced were spectacular.
Since then, it has been a favorite of many.
But now, with the EOS 70D, Canon is moving forward again with the affordable camera line, with its latest budget line, the Eos 60D Plus.
Canon says it is offering the cameras for under $500, which is just under half the cost of the previous model.
And it is doing this by introducing the cheapest Canon camera to date, the cheaper and more powerful EOS 6D Mark III.
In order to get an idea of how this is a step forward in price, let’s look at the specs for the cameras and how they compare to other cameras.
The Canon Eos 6D is a full-frame DSLR with a 15.2-megapixel sensor.
That’s a bit behind the 12-megapixels found in the Epson DCC-S70, the Sony Alpha A3, and Nikon’s XDS-50.
However, it is a significant step forward over its predecessor, the Canon E1.
The new Eos camera is designed to offer a bit more value than its predecessor.
Canon said the 6D Plus costs just $499, a much lower price than the $899 price of the E1 and $1,-800 of the 6Ds.
But there are other advantages, too.
The 6DPlus comes with a higher megapixel count, and Canon said it has made a number of improvements to the camera, such as the ability to record video at 720p and 1080p at 60 frames per second, as well as a faster processor.
The company also claims that the camera can take better pictures than the E2D and the E3, but it is still a bit slower in terms of raw image quality.
So, while the E5 and E5 Plus are cheaper cameras, they are still among the fastest cameras on the market.
The EOS camera lineup also includes a few new features, such a wide range of shooting modes and the ability for the user to customize their cameras for a range of budgets.
The new EOS cameras are available for pre-order now, and will be available in the U.S. beginning in the third quarter of 2019.
You can check out the pricing and availability of the cameras at Canon’s site.