Canon Unveils It's Smallest (And Extremely Affordable) Full Frame Sensor DSLR Camera With The Canon 6D

Last week’s announcement of the Nikon D600 DSLR, which is anticipated as a highly affordable entry-level full frame DSLR camera ($2,100), had DSLR users everywhere excited that a full frame sensor camera could be purchased at that price.  Well, today Canon USA announced an even CHEAPER full frame DSLR camera on the horizon.  Yes, that’s right, I said CHEAPER.  As I predicted in my last blog, this is most certainly the start of a full frame camera war.  Canon has just announced it’s full frame EOS 6D, starting at $2,099.

Some Features of the Canon EOS 6D
-Full Frame 35 mm CMOS sensor
-20.2 Mega Pixels
-Max ISO’s of 25600 for stills and 12800 for video
-Full 1080 HD video
-WiFi and GPS
-DIGIC 5+ image processor (shoots stills at 4.5fps)
As far as video goes on the Canon EOS 6D, the camera shoots full 1080 P HD video at 30p (29.97), 24p, and 25p.  720p video at 60p (59.94), 50p. 480 at 30p (29.97).  The camera also offers a continuous recording time of 29 minutes and 59 seconds.
With Android and IOS apps, 6D users will be able to transfer their images to social networking sites with the camera’s built in WiFi.
The Canon EOS 6D looks very promising, and will be available in December of this year.
For more on the Canon EOS 6D, check out Canon’s official website

Written by Brett McGinnis

Nikon Officially Announces Entry-Level Full Frame DSLR

BlackMagic Cinema Camera Vs. The Canon 5D MkIII