Based on the existing EOS 60D, the infrared-blocking filter in the low-pass filter has been modified to achieve a hydro gen-alpha (HH¬α) light transparency approximately 3 times higher than the EOS 600D. As a result, clearer, more crisp images of reddish, diffuse nebulae can be captured. Lower noise technology, vari-angle LCD screen and compatibility with remote shooting accessories allow for long exposures and high quality images.
I have been waiting for this camera but I just got the EOS 600D a year ago. I will have to see if I can afford to get this one as well.