After WiFi, it looks like full-frame sensors is the new trend with new cameras these days as Canon has just outed their new full-frame offering, the Canon EOS 6D.
This one’s a 20.2-megapixel DSLR with a 35mm full-frame sensor and Digic 5+ image processor under the hood, an ISO 100-25600 standard range (50-102800 extended), 11-point AF system, 4.5fps continuous shooting at full resolution, 1080p HD video recording capabilities, WiFi, GPS, single SD card slot, and a 3-inch LCD display ‘round the back. So yeah, you can consider the Canon EOS 6D as the mini-me of EOS 5D Mark III in terms of design, and a downgraded version of it in terms of specs.
Now here’s where it gets good – well, sort of – the price – $2,099 for the body only, and $2,899 for the one that comes bundled with the 24-105mm f/4L USM zoom lens. Converted to local currency, that’s roughly around Php87.3K and Php120.6K respectively.
It’s not exactly that affordable, but hey, compared to the 5D Mark III, this one’s a steal, granted, of course, it won’t stray that far off the US retail price.
Anyway, we’ll have more on this soon once we get word from local officials on this full-frame bad boy.
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