The Canon EOS 6D ‘entry-level’ full-frame DSLR is finally a reality, announced yesterday at Photokina 2012 and just a week after Nikon surprised everyone with its new full-frame camera, the Nikon D600.
After months of Canon 6D rumours and speculation, this new Canon camera is a similar size and weight to the EOS 60D, making it the world’s lightest DSLR to feature a full-frame CMOS sensor.
Here, our head of testing Angela Nicholson takes a look at the 20.2-megapixel Canon EOS 6D, the first Canon DSLR to feature Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity enabling easy photo sharing.
Photographers can upload images and videos to Facebook and YouTube, transfer files to external storage devices or the cloud, or print pictures with a Wi-Fi photo printer.
Watch our Canon EOS 6D hands-on video review to see if this new Canon camera is the right choice for you.
- For more on this new Canon camera, check out our testing team’s hands-on Canon EOS 6D review over on our sister site TechRadar.
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