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How big a change is it going from a Canon T2i (crop sensor) to a full frame camera like the 6D?
asked by T. Labadie on February 26, 2013
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depends on what lens you have. crop sensor and full frame use different range of lens. You want to take advantage of those "L" lens, you need to go FF, 5D mark 2, 6D, or 5D mark 3.
Jimmy answered on February 26, 2013
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The T2i is smaller and a lot lighter than the 6D. It has a pop-up flash; the 6D does not. But the 6D has Wi-Fi to an iPhone which allows me to shoot at weird angles, and GPS for geo-tagging. The 6D cannot take EF-S lens.

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P. Vo answered on February 26, 2013
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Raymond Brown answered on February 28, 2013
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The major change is the useable iso of the 6D. The 6D is useable up to 6000 iso and I'm not exaggerating. I came from a T2i, which is an incredible camera but the shots with the 6D have notably more color, contrast and detail.

User interface is about the same. The outcome is a world apart.
Credo answered on February 26, 2013
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MEJazz answered on May 31, 2013
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Huge change. Full sensor makes all your wide angle lenses work properly among other things.
Nathan L. Mccreery Photography answered on February 26, 2013
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Two big changes: 1, the effect range of the lenses increases which can be useful for things at the telephoto end (200mm -> 300mm effective) where as the reverse is true for wide angle lenses. 2. Depth of field increases so with a FF camera it's easier to isolate subjects with focus. Generally biggest diff though is low light performance. With the 6D you can shoot w/out flash in really dim light w/out much noise.
Allan Stam answered on February 26, 2013
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