Although priced well for a large 3D TV, the Sharp LC-LE745U series can't muster the 2D picture quality to earn our recommendation as a good value.
The new 60-inch Samsung D8000 is an even bigger version of the best 3D TV in the world, and now has 3D streaming and, er, exercise apps.
We toss the Nikon D7000 and the Canon EOS 60D, two of our favorite midrange digital SLRs, into the ring against each other to see which one deserves to be crowned champion.
The Canon EOS 60D is in many ways a great camera: fast, feature-packed, and with excellent photo and video quality. Some annoying aspects of its control layout dim its shine a little, however, so try before you buy.
It's not the video-optimized powerhouse a lot of indie filmmakers have been hoping for, but based on our field testing of the 60D it seems like a worthwhile successor to the 50D. With T2i-quality video, updated autofocus and metering systems, and an articulated LCD, there's plenty here for prosumers to like at a decent price.
Much has changed in the two years since the Canon EOS 50D arrived -- its replacement, the Canon EOS 60D, packs a host of updated features, not least 1080p video.
As Canon releases its latest digital SLR, the EOS 60D, we take it for a spin to test the new features. Click through for our image gallery.
While I'm not sure how well they'll stand up to pixel peeping--until I have the appropriate raw software it's impossible to really judge the photo quality and need to shoot my baseline shots for comparison with other cameras--overall the 60D's photos look prety good.
At PMA 2008, Senior editor Phil Ryan takes a look at the Nikon D60.