Canon EOS 6D
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I just changed over from a Canon 6D +++ to an XT-1 system. Primarily due to ther weight of the Canon system. When I take a batch of pics, how can I easily find how many I have taken. I know I could do the math and calculate how many are left on the card, but that does not work when I change from Raw to JPG. Also the battery meter only shows half done when it is almost empty. any comments to assist Jeff JJef
My doctor told me that if I want to stop feeling backpain I should avoid hiking and cycling wearing a heavy backpack. This means that long trips with my 6D + lenses + tripod are out of question unless my wife and I can use a scooter/car/train to get to our destination. I have an Eos M that I enjoy a lot, but considering that it has very limited AF and lens selection it's not really ideal as a "do it all" camera, at least for me. My knowledge of M43 systems is very limited, but I do know that...
I have a Canon 6D. When I shoot pictures in Raw , the max file size is 20Mb. So when I have to submit my images to agencies, they ask for a 34 MB or 50 MB minimum filesize. Is there a setting or anything in particular I need to do to achieve a larger MB picture .Or is there any calculation/conversion I need to do. I fail to understand how do I achieve such a large filesize. Any information will be helpful. Many thanks Vesaha
Hello Members, Just wanted to upgrade to full frame,I had Nikon D5200 and Canon D100(SL1).Cannot make up my mind Between Canon 6D and the Nikon D610,mostly shooting nature,animals ,landscape and real estate.My concern is the lack of built in flash in 6D. Is it a big deal?Any suggestions?Thanks.
What are the best choices for an outdoor sports lens (new or used) on a budget. let's say $2000 or less. I mainly want to shoot Football, Baseball and Soccer. I have a Canon 6D so it has good high ISO performance. I currently have an 85 1.8 and a 200 2.8 L II that I use indoors. I would like something for outdoors that gives me more reach and will still give me a decent separation from the background. Zoom is OK as long as the images are sharp. Thanks, Ron