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Canon 6D hands on (vs 7D)

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Published on Sep 17, 2012

Just announced and not available until December 2012 - here it is!

Get your pre orders in quickly - it is sure to sell out.

When available, you can get it at DCW here: http://goo.gl/tX1RP
Or at Adorama: http://goo.gl/kGZUl (Or Amazon: http://goo.gl/sVxZw )

"The new EOS 6D completes a well-rounded ecosystem of Canon imaging devices from input through to output, allowing us to provide the right combination of features and performance to a broader group of enthusiast photographers," says Chris Macleod, Brand Manager ­-- Canon EOS, Canon Australia. "The EOS 6D opens up the advantages of Full-Frame photography to a less involved audience by offering an easier-to-use Full Frame camera in a more compact and lightweight body, meaning they can upgrade with ease and enjoy the benefits of Canon Full-Frame photography.

"Together with our new PIXMA Pro printers announced today, the EOS 6D Digital SLR camera will help serious photographers realise and express their creative vision in the highest quality possible."

Building on the qualities that made the EOS 5D Mark II camera so successful, the new EOS 6D bridges the gap for budget-minded photographers who are eager to step up into the world of Full Frame imaging. Canon has coupled the incredible image quality of a newly designed 20.2-megapixel Full Frame CMOS sensor and DiG!C 5+ Image Processor, with the creative potential of built-in Wi-Fi and GPS features. The camera also includes an 11-point AF array and 63-zone dual-layer iFCL metering sensor together with 1080p Full HD video capabilities, in an affordable camera body.

Positioned between the EOS 7D and the EOS 5D Mark III, the EOS 6D offers an advanced feature set including full manual options for creative control in addition to new and intuitive automatic settings to help budding photographers capture great images. Among the many advancements in Canon's new EOS 6D is the proprietary DiG!C 5+ Image Processor, which powers the camera's fast 14-bit analogue-to-digital conversion for exceptionally smooth colour tones and gradation. The camera offers a Full Frame, 20.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and continuous shooting up to 4.5 frames per second (fps) for up to 1250 IX full-resolution JPEGs or up to 17IX RAW images in a single burst.




The EOS 6D is the most lightweight Full-Frame D-SLR in the world equipped with a full frame CMOS sensor[1]. Similar in size and weight (only 15g more) to the APS-C sized sensor-equipped Canon EOS 60D[ii], the new EOS 6D's compact and lightweight design enables an easy step up from lower enthusiast and entry-level cameras.




Thanks to the combination of its new CMOS image sensor and the powerful DiG!C 5+ image processor, the EOS 6D provides a wide ISO range from 100-25600 with a low setting, L: 50 and two high settings, H1: 51200 and H2: 102400. These outstanding low-light capabilities allow the EOS 6D to easily capture dimly lit scenes such as landscapes at dusk, wedding ceremonies or indoor corporate events. To support the ample sensitivity of the new camera's sensor, the EOS 6D Auto Focus (AF) system includes a newly-developed 11-point AF sensor featuring a high-precision centre cross-type point with an exceptional EV -3 sensitivity rating for accurate focusing even in extremely low-light conditions.




The EOS 6D has a large 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor with 1,040,000 dot VGA resolution and 170 degree viewing angle, with high-transparency multicoating for maximum protection and clarity when viewing images or navigating menu screens. When used for Live View shooting, the camera's bright high-performance LCD screen provides 100 percent coverage, for easy focusing and framing.

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