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Yes it will
By Martel P. Goldman on March 3, 2017
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If you get that error message, then the seller is a scam artists. They are trying to get you to purchase outside of Amazon by embedding their email address in their logo. If you see this, report it to Amazon immediately using this link:
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By David Siegfried on June 1, 2013
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it has two slots both for sd and cf. i use sd and it works great! it takes seconds to transfer 500 images 5 mb each.
By Jenney on September 26, 2013
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It is Canon's LP-E6 battery and is rechargeable. For shooting photos, it'll last something along the lines of 300-500 shots depending on how you shoot. I don't shoot video, so I couldn't tell you how long they will hold out for video.
By Matt S on June 12, 2013
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In low light, noise and motion artifacts are tradeoffs. Are you getting noise because you've set the ISO "too high"? You might try multiple shots of the same image with different speed / ISO settings. Drop the ISO until motion artifacts become unacceptable. It's a subjective game. But the point of expensive equipm… see more In low light, noise and motion artifacts are tradeoffs. Are you getting noise because you've set the ISO "too high"? You might try multiple shots of the same image with different speed / ISO settings. Drop the ISO until motion artifacts become unacceptable. It's a subjective game. But the point of expensive equipment like this is that you should be able to get a good image with less of both noise and motion artifact. see less
By Hoosier Daddy 47546 on January 3, 2013
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I think you are going to be happy with the 6d. If you can afford the 5d, indulge!! You are going to get a much better focusing system, a better build and a faster camera overall. This is assuming you don't need the wifi nor the GPS system.
I love how fast the focusing system works on the 5d. It responds very well in d… see more
I think you are going to be happy with the 6d. If you can afford the 5d, indulge!! You are going to get a much better focusing system, a better build and a faster camera overall. This is assuming you don't need the wifi nor the GPS system.
I love how fast the focusing system works on the 5d. It responds very well in dim light, is blazing fast and very accurate. This I believe is the main difference with the 6d see less

By Gerardo Ulloa Castro on June 5, 2013
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Yes, it's completely compatible.
By Roland M. on February 27, 2013
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It comes with built I'm memory but you will be unable to transfer or print if it's not saved to an SD card or CF card. The camera has dual memory slots. 64GB card would be the max but I currently work with a 32GB card and it's plenty. Hope this helped. I do not know the max memory without the cards
By William J. Spanier on July 10, 2014
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I am a professional photographer. I have been for 13 years. My advice is to buy what you can afford based on what you will be using your camera for. The lenses and your eye are the MOST important factor. I would spend your money on great lenses. You can always upgrade to a better camera later. If yo… see more I am a professional photographer. I have been for 13 years. My advice is to buy what you can afford based on what you will be using your camera for. The lenses and your eye are the MOST important factor. I would spend your money on great lenses. You can always upgrade to a better camera later. If your not doing action like sports I would buy the 5d mark II (5D Mark III isn't worth the money if your not shooting action with the need of high ISO). Get the kit with the lens 24-105. It's a great lens for most situations. I would invest in 85 fixed lens next or 50 fixed (the cheap one for $200 or less is great for blurring out background and nice bokeh). Next I would purchase the 70-200 see less
By Mollie C. on January 23, 2017