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Because of the 60Da's modification to increase IR sensitivity for astrophotography, if you plan on using the camera for regular visible-light photography, you probably should get an IR cut filter, otherwise you may experience color shifts when the sensor gathers both visible and non-visible light together (magenta cast with synthetic fabrics, and foliage ...


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I think you're getting confused between a feature of the camera and something you can modify - your camera has the feature you need. See this: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/canon/announcements/canon-eos-60da-takes-a-astrophotography You probably don't need an IR (infrared) filter (take some shots first and find out, be sure to try it at night and ...



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