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It's more like... what's wrong with Chicago?
By Jason on March 24, 2014
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advantages of a full-format camera:
larger sensor, better image quality, can use high ISO, easier blur background, no crop factor, cameras (usually) with more features ... Best Software, design, ergonomics, ...
but, these cameras have higher prices.… see more
advantages of a full-format camera:
larger sensor, better image quality, can use high ISO, easier blur background, no crop factor, cameras (usually) with more features ... Best Software, design, ergonomics, ...
but, these cameras have higher prices.
keep in mind: you do not solve anything by buying a plane in 100 million dollars, if you do not know fly the plane.
I think to start in the world of photography, a camera aps-c is the most convenient (costs much less), and then, after much study, much practice, and experience, then invest in a camera full frame. The camera is an important part, but the photographer is paramount.
For best performance, these cameras need high quality lenses. see less

By armando cid on October 2, 2013
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Either an older 5D Model (used), or the 6D (new/used).
By Brent N. on November 27, 2013
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No, Due to sensor size you do not want to use an EF-S size lens. There would be a vignette about half of the sensor size even if there was an adapter to use. There would be a big black circle around your whole image.
By Michigan on January 11, 2014
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the Canon 6D takes EF (but not EF-S or EF-M) lenses. You can look up which your lenses are or check the symbol on the lens itself. EF-M would not have worked on your Rebel; EF has a red dot near the mount and EF-M has a white square.
By K Henderson on February 14, 2013
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Camera software, USB cable, Canon 6d strap, video component Cable, battery with cover, Canon 6d sensor cover, and warranty forms
By j on April 30, 2014
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Some are and some aren't. The 7D can use EF-S lenses (they are lenses with a white square at the connection point) and EF lenses. The 6D can only use EF lenses (they have the red dot at the connection point). EF-S lenses cannot be used with a 6D
Josh
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By JL on September 23, 2014
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It totally depends on the most used features of the 5D Mark III that you used. The AF is much more basic on the 6D. The build isn't as solid feeling, the sensor is a hairs smaller, and the buffer is smaller. Other than that, the sensitivity of the sensor and the processor speed great. Are you doing a lot of HDR raw… see more It totally depends on the most used features of the 5D Mark III that you used. The AF is much more basic on the 6D. The build isn't as solid feeling, the sensor is a hairs smaller, and the buffer is smaller. Other than that, the sensitivity of the sensor and the processor speed great. Are you doing a lot of HDR raw? 6D doesn't do HDR Raw. Are you monitoring any filming of your kid wi headphones? The 6D doesn't have an additional monitoring jack. I got a 6D and haven't looked back and would have not qualms about shooing a client with it. I hope this helps. If needed, go to a local camera store and get your hands on one for the feel. Good Luck. see less
By Kevin Danjou on April 2, 2014
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By Robert C. on November 19, 2014
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This camera body has had a $300 rebate for the past few months, so the selling price is about $140 less than an authorized seller's price. The reason these vendors are able to offer lower prices is that they buy kits, which include lenses. They remove the lenses, presumably to sell them separately, and then sell the … see more This camera body has had a $300 rebate for the past few months, so the selling price is about $140 less than an authorized seller's price. The reason these vendors are able to offer lower prices is that they buy kits, which include lenses. They remove the lenses, presumably to sell them separately, and then sell the bodies at discounted prices. The one I purchased was not a "grey market" camera, however, it was packaged in a kit box, with a sticker that said "Body Only." In any event, I had no problem registering it on Canon's website. see less
By j2ink on February 6, 2015