Canon EOS 6D
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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Mostly for portraiture and occasionally weddings. Money is the issue. I'm still half in and half out of doing this as a true business. Time and my business skills (or lack of) will tell. I'm still kicking myself for seemingly being asleep at the wheel, apparently, and not realizing I should have either traded in my original 5d or at least realized I needed to put some cash away for an upgrade. Long boring story short, 2008 and the economy crash combined with me breaking my leg in two...
I have Nikon full frame camera ...however I am thinking to buy a used Canon 5D Mark 2 or 6D Not sure which to buy.. I can get Canon 5D Mark2 for $1,100 and 6D for $1.400 Not Concern about price ... only the performance.. Please provided me which would you recommend AND WHY Thanks in advance TOM
So, little info on what I got, what I want to do, and asking which direction I should be going... Since June of 2013, I have a little Sony NEX-F3, which for a newbie photographer like me has done a very good job. It came with it's standard 18-55mm manual zoom lens, and a few pretty crappy third-party wide-angle and telephoto lens adapters in the bundle that I bought (both of which I rarely used). Now, I primarily wanted this camera since it seemed simple to learn on, but flexible enough with...
I have a client who wants about 10 videos made for their corporate clients. The videos would only be about 1-2 minutes each. I'm happy to hire the right equipment for sound, but I want to know if a pair of 6Ds would be adequate for recording on. I've only ever recorded video for myself, although I have edited quite a few of these presentations where all the media has been provided (I use Premiere). Any feedback would be great (even if it's, "Are you out of your mind - don't be so stupid!").
Hi guys, I recently got a Sony a6000 to replace my old Canon DSLR but that means finding a new bag for it as the old one is very impractical for it. What I'll need to fit: Sony a6000 16-50mm PZ kit lens 55-210mm lens 20mm pancake lens. Sony Stereo Microphone - ECM-XYST1M GoPro A couple of 49mm filters Spare battery and cloth So, I'm looking for something inconspicuous, that is, not like a camera bag. I have a Billingham Hadley Pro for my 6D and I'm really happy with it; it looks really...
After shooting with Fuji X-E1 for two years, I am going to upgrade to a fullframe. I can afford either D750+85mm1.8G or 6D+135mmf2L and portrait is my main interest. Since I am very new to DSLRs, your suggestion might come in handy. It is obvious that D750 is a head and shoulder above 6D, but I have heard that Nikon G lenses are not of high quality. On the other hand, Canon 135mm L lens is known to be one of the best primes at this focal length. Which one do you think is a better choice? A...
Can you please tell me how accurate the 6D peripheral focus points are? I want to get a 6D along with a 135m f2L lens for shooting portraits but I need to make sure that I can have the eye in focus using the peripheral focus points. Initially, I also wanted to get an EG-S focusing screen for manual focus but people believe it doesn't make a big difference compared to the stock focusing screen. Any comment would be appreciated.