The Canon EOS 6D is an excellent camera for Canon DSLR users who want to step up to a full-frame camera without spending $3500 for the 5D Mark
However, there are some compromises that are made, particularly vis-a-vis the Nikon D600, as well as Canon’s higher end DSLRs. The Wi-Fi and
What’s important, though, is the camera’s broad range of features and its full-frame sensor. The Canon EOS 6D fills a niche in the Canon line-up and in the photo industry, that–like the Nikon D600–brings the benefits of full-frame shooting, along with excellent image quality, to a much broader audience.
The Canon EOS 6D can be purchased for $1900 body only or $2400 for body and 24-105 f/4 lens kit.
- Excellent image quality
- Great low light/high ISO capabilities
- Full-frame shooting at an “affordable” price
- Built-in WiFi and
GPS Good performance overall
- Sophisticated feature set for the price
Cons: (especially compared to Nikon D600)
- No built-in flash
- Single SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot (vs. Nikon D600’s dual card slot)
- Slightly soft images on default settings (depending on lens used)