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Canon EOS 6D 20.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD (Body Only) - Wi-Fi Enabled

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  • 20.2MP full frame CMOS sensor
  • 4.5 frames per second continuous shooting
  • 1080p HD video recording with manual controls
  • 11 point AF system
  • 3 inch LCD with 1,040,000 dots.Lens Mount:Canon EF mount

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Color Black Black Black Black Black Black
Continuous Shooting Speed 4.5 4000.00 7 frames_per_second 6 10 5.3
Screen Size 3 inches 3 inches 3.2 inches 3.2 inches 3 inches 3 inches
Focus Type Manual Focus manual-and-auto Automatic with Manual Manual Focus Autofocus & Manual
Image Stabilization No true None None
ISO Range Auto, 100 - 25600 in 1/3 stops, plus 50, 51200, 102400 as option 40000 ISO 32000 ISO Auto, 100 - 25600 in 1/3 stops, plus 50, 51200, 102400 as option Auto, ISO 100-16000 (expandable to 51200) Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, (12800 with boost)
Item Dimensions 5.71 x 2.8 x 4.37 inches 2.9 x 5.7 x 4.4 inches 3 x 5.9 x 4.6 inches 5.98 x 2.99 x 4.57 inches 5.87 x 3.07 x 4.41 inches 5.71 x 3.11 x 4.17 inches
Item Weight 1.70 lbs 1.80 lbs 1.76 lbs 2.09 lbs 2.01 lbs 1.66 lbs
Max Resolution 20.2 megapixels 26.2 megapixels 30.4 megapixels 22.1 20.2 megapixels 18
Optical Sensor Resolution 20.2 megapixels 20.2 megapixels 30.4 megapixels 20.2 megapixels 18.0 megapixels
Optical Zoom 4.3x 1x 1x 1x 7.5x 1x
Photo Sensor Size Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm) Full Frame (35mm) APS-C APS-C
Style Body Only Body Body Only Body Only Body Body Only
Video Capture Resolution 1080p 1080p 2160p 1080p 1080p 1080p
Viewfinder Type Optical Optical Optical Optical Optical Optical
Wireless Communication Technology yes BuiltIn; 802.11b/g/n + NFC + Bluetooth Wi-Fi yes yes yes

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The compact and lightweight EOS 6D full-frame digital SLR camera features a 20.2 Megapixel Full-Frame CMOS sensor, a wide ISO range of 100–25600, expandable to L: 50, H1: 51200, and H2: 102400, for incredible image quality even in low light, and a DIGIC 5+ Image Processor. The camera also has a new 11-point AF including a high-precision center cross-type AF point with EV -3 sensitivity, continuous shooting up to 4.5 fps, and Full HD video with manual exposure control, multiple frame rates, and the benefits of a Full-Frame sensor provides stunning performance and creative flexibility. The built-in Wi-Fi transmitter allows you to wirelessly transfer your images to social networking sites through CANON iMAGE GATEWAY, or upload virtually anywhere from your iOS or Android smartphone with the free download of the EOS Remote app.

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Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Canon Full Frame for your money (FEB 2016)
By Maiaibing on February 16, 2016
Got a 6D. It now supplements my 5DSR. So far I have taken more than 25.000 shots with it.

The short story: At today’s price level the 6D is a wonderful bargain option. Great Full Frame photography with Canon currently does not come cheaper than this. Its short on bells and whistles, but the sensor is simply excellent and not only does the sensor thrive at high iso shooting – the 6D has a fast, accurate and light sensitive centre focus point to match. I got the non-wifi version to shave off an additional 250$ on an already low price. Of course there are shortcomings at this price point. But they may be less than you think. Read on for the full picture.

Handling: Coming from the 5DII/5DIII the 6D takes a little while getting used to. Both cameras have options that the 6D does not and the button layout is somewhat different. First and foremost there are less buttons and I found myself missing some of the direct access functions on the 5DII, 5DIII and 5DSR. Also there is no dedicated jog-stick instead its integrated with the rear wheel. Handling is however still very good and an advantage over the 5D-series is that the 6D is noticeably smaller and lighter. The entire button and screen layout works well once you get used to it. I like the build. It’s not 5D territory but the 6D will last for years if you treat it with care.

The body is clearly made for still photography. Shooting videos is best with a tripod because the 6D only shoots video using live view. In-body IS and a swivel screen would go a long way to provide decent hand held video operation.

The software menu is easy to navigate and includes a custom menu option which I can recommend. I have almost all my menu needs covered by my own custom menu. There are somewhat fewer settings and options available than with the 5DIII and a lot fewer than on the 5DS/R – but frankly, we have become very spoiled with pages of menu options – the 6D may not allow you to customise everything you want, but I venture that very few photographers will find anything important lacking.

Basic Settings & AF: 6D has wide auto-bracketing (7 frames), custom white balance and a host of AF-setting options. You can also set a number of custom controls so the camera works like you like to. You even get niceties such a white balance bracketing. With the 6D Canon finally got the implementation of auto-iso right. You can now set the key trade-off parameters yourself so you can confidently rely on auto-iso to make “smart” choices.

You get the very useful option to choose between two “sets” of predefined settings by dialing in your choices to “C1” and “C2” on the main knob. The knob even has the 5DIII lock so you do not inadvertently change the main shooting mode and on top a dedicated settings lock. These details a really a boost for your daily use. Finally, the "Green" auto-setting also works with RAW files when you hand the camera over to your family members and friends.

I hardly shoot anything but RAW files. But for those who like jpegs there are many excellent tools to employ such as highlight priority, pictures styles, HDR-mode etc.

AF is the one area where the 6D is a mixed bag of offerings.

First the good: The centre AF point is probably up there with the best Canon has to offer. Fast, accurate and reliable in very low light – allowing it to focus where the 5DIII cannot. If you use the centre point a lot the 6D is a treat. You can also customize the 6D AF settings to your shooting style. A nice – and useful – option. Finally, the AF points can be selected to default to your preferred position depending on whether you are shooting portrait or landscape.

The bad: The 6D outer focus points are not as accurate as the 5DIII’s. Instead in many ways it seems like shooting with the 5DII when you move away from the centre AF point. Also the AF points do not cover as much of your FF viewfinder as the 5DIII. There are also much fewer AF points; however I see this as less important. It’s the two first issues that buyers should consider when choosing between the 6D and 5DIII.

I got along well with the 5DII and action shots myself and I’m very happy with what the 6D delivers. So do not think of the 6D having inferior AF – its just not as good as we know we could have today.

Have not used video enough to comment on this. It does 1.080 HD. No 4K here!

Still picture recording options: The single SD card slot can be set record files in all manner of modes and file sizes including several different jpeg resolutions.

With a fast SD card previewing is almost without delay and you can quickly scroll to enlarge the display view.

Response times: Start up time is very fast.

6D is not a speed demon but reasonably fast with its 4.5 fps. That’s actually better than the 5DII. Just say’in since there seems to be a widespread thinking that less than 10 fps is useless for action. It is not. 4.5 fps is far better than what we had in the film days (one day I’ll write an article on why 10 fps is actually not twice as good as 5 fps). However, if fps is what you really need you are neither in 6D nor in 5DII/5DIII/5DSR territory anyway.

While the world will have to wait for my article with the necessary samples and statistics, you can look here for someone who shots sports with the 6D for a living: [...] now that’s impressive!

Shooting JPEG’s unfortunately does not give you more fps but it does allow you to shoot a lot more pictures without slowing the camera down compared to shooting RAW.

In real life shooting I can do 18-20 full RAW files on my 128 Sandisk Extreme Class 10 SDXC card. Canon has made sure that the camera does not stall altogether. Instead the 6D continues to shoot frames – even if its quite slow from there.

Pic IQ: This is where the 6D shines. Its simply Wow! for the money. Colors are beautiful. Clarity and detail is impressive – and remains so while you dial up the iso settings. Not only is it a great nighttime camera the noise is also very nice and manageable when it turns up. Baring the new DX it may be the best high iso Canon camera you can get. Certainly better than the 5DIII and probably slightly better than the 5DS/R.

The 6D does not have the dynamic range of the competition (SONY/NIKON) an area where Canon lags behind, its still very good, just not as good. If you do professional landscape photography you may want to look elsewhere. I have no complaints myself.

6d can be set to a ridiculous iso 102400. I shoot comfortably at iso 6.400 . After that quality goes South. I’ll do 12.800 when I have to and the results are certainly usable compared to not getting the shot.

Light handling: Light metering seems on par with the 5DII and the 5DIII. There are four standard settings. Many competing brands meanwhile offer more advanced light metering such as measuring the light according to your selected AF point. Canon needs to catch up here.

White balance also feels very much like using the 5DII/5DIII. That is: Less than fully accurate. Use a grey card if white balance is important to your shooting.

Microadjustment: It worked well as expected. Fortunately Canon allows users to set MA both according to lens and variably for Canon zoom lenses (separate settings for the wide/tele ends). Again the 6D has all the setting options that really count. Great!

With the 6D you can also buy software that will automatically drive a full AF test for microadjustment. This may help a lot of people getting more reliable microadjustment settings.

I always recommend microadjusting your lenses for the best results. Canon has “acceptable standard variances” for its cameras as well as its lenses You cannot expect even expensive Canon lenses to be spot-on without testing for micro adjustment.

Other thoughts and conclusion: Dust system works very well (as it should now-a-days). I have not cleaned the sensor a once during a safari trip and I do not expect to do it again anytime soon. Manual focus is easy with live view. You also get a 2-axis meter to make sure you level the camera when needed.

For the money the 6D cannot be beat within the Canon family. The picture IQ is so good that if I had to choose I would pick up the 6D over the 5DIII any day I had a very specific need for the 5DIII.

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Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best full frame DSLR for the money
By EeeGeeSee on February 24, 2016
This is by far one of the best full frame DSLRs that your money can buy. I've owned it now for a year and don't regret picking it instead of the 5d Mark III. I have 90% of the features of the mark iii and saved a pretty penny. Here are some of the highlights, both good and bad.

Pros:
- Amazing in low light! In fact, I believe that the center point focuses better in low light when compared to the mark III
- Great image processing (same as the 5d I believe)
- Built in WiFi makes it great for self portraits etc. You can get the app for your iPhone/Android and control the camera using it
- Compact. It is a full frame that is not very heavy/bulky

Cons:
- No joystick like the 5d. But you can change the settings on the arrows to choose focus points etc.
- Viewfinder is only about 97% coverage. That means the image you get is actually a little bigger than what you see through the viewfinder.
- Only one SD card slot. I'm not a wedding photographer, so it doesn't bother me as much. But I might be a little nervous knowing that it there are no backup memory options.

But I cannot see myself using any other camera! I love everything about it! The pros severely outweigh the cons. My walk around lens is my Sigma 35mm 1.4 ART. It is a killer combo regardless of what you are shooting (weddings, landscape etc.). The only reason I will see this camera is if they release a 6D Mark II :)

I've attached a few examples shot with my Canon 6D + Sigma 35mm ART combo
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