Canon EOS 6D
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | Full frame sensor
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I have a new 6D camera. Earlier today, I noticed that when I shoot downwards (vertically/portrait), that the orientation exif value displays as if it's a horizontal picture. (top/left). I have auto-rotate turned on in the camera -- so thus, it doesn't rotate in the camera and doesn't rotate automatically when pulled into Photoshop. I don't have another camera readily available to verify the same action with that and was just curious if this is a characteristic of just my camera, 6d's in...
Maybe it was already asked but I want to know if this trio would work ? I want to stick with one body and may change the 6D for the expected new FF. I sold my 70-300L and will surely buy the new 100-400 but not sure about the 1.4X and 2X extender.
I'm very happy with my 6D but I'd like to have an extra, much smaller camera that I can bring with me every day. In order to keep the kit as light as possible I plan to use a pancake lens in the 35mm-ish range, but I cannot make up my mind between the 2 systems in the title. Eos M + 22mm is extremely portable, will fit absolutely anywhere and is a bit cheaper T100/Sl1 + 24mm is bulkier than the Eos M, a bit more expensive but would also give me better controls, a viewfinder and a backup...
My understanding is that, if auto AF points are selected on a 6D, and the subject moves, AI Focus will go into AI Servo and track the subject to another AF point. Now, out of curiosity, when AI Focus is set and only the centre AF Point is selected, does the 6D react in any way? --All beards half-price.
Ok I got this kit with 24-105mm lens in mid October from reputable store. since then i took the camera to 1 indoor wedding, a bday party and one walk around town. The lens has not been taken off since i put it on the first time. I also got a new crumpler bag with the camera. now i have black particles inside the viewfinder. Not on the mirror, not on the screen, inside the viewfinder how is this possible?? i am very careful when handling my camera anyone else got that?? Also since day one my...