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$206.00

Canon EOS 6D 20.2MP Digital SLR Camera – Black (Body Only), 8035B002

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Specification: Best offer Camera 6d

Connectivity

USB

Color

Manufacturer Color

Black

Features

Auto Focus, Interchangeable Lenses, Exposure Compensation

MPN

8035B002

Screen Size

3.0"

Series

Canon EOS

Model

Canon EOS 6D

Item Weight

27.2 Oz.

Maximum Resolution (MP)

20.2

Type

Digital SLR

UPC

0013803204131

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  1. montanalovers

    I spent three months considering a semi-pro camera before settling on the Canon EOS 6D. The main selling point for me was the full-frame sensor. It’s not cheap, but as they say, you get what you pay for. I also bought the 100-400 telephoto and the 100 mm macro, both the more expensive “L” models, but purchased used on Ebay for about half price. Again, the L lenses are twice the price, but you get virtually silent auto-focus. I love the solid way the canon lenses mount. The external dimension of all three lenses is the same, so you can use easily move a filter from one lens to the next. The lens hoods are nicely designed so that they can be mounted backwards OVER the lens for storage. The storage/carrying case for the 100-400 zoom is very solid, with a good belt loop that makes it possible to carry the lens protected on your hip. I haven’t tried many of the features (wireless, flash, timed release, etc.) but I’ve read about them and know that they will work well. For anyone wondering about photo quality, simply do a web search for Canon EOS 6D photos and you’ll find plenty. Look for the fantastic Youtube video made by Canon for a really professional example of what this camera can do.

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  2. gawrip_ltrat11z

    But, as some others have mentioned the focusing is tricky and always at the forefront of my mind when shooting. Something I feel I should not have to worry about, something I never worried about with my 5D of eight years. Focusing is not accurate especially with my EF 50mm 1.4 lens which I love dearly when using at the larger apertures. I have used the focusing adjustment to match the focal plane of the camera with different lenses but it’s like chasing a ghost, always changes with different focusing distances. It’s a nice quality camera and maybe in time I will learn to live with the focusing issues but I would not buy this camera again based on better experiences with other Canon cameras. I have been an avid photographer for over 40 years and used many film and digital cameras especially Canon products for what it’s worth. I hope this helps you in making a decision to purchase this item!

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  3. gawrip_ltrat11z

    But, as some others have mentioned the focusing is tricky and always at the forefront of my mind when shooting. Something I feel I should not have to worry about, something I never worried about with my 5D of eight years. Focusing is not accurate especially with my EF 50mm 1.4 lens which I love dearly when using at the larger apertures. I have used the focusing adjustment to match the focal plane of the camera with different lenses but it’s like chasing a ghost, always changes with different focusing distances. It’s a nice quality camera and maybe in time I will learn to live with the focusing issues but I would not buy this camera again based on better experiences with other Canon cameras. I have been an avid photographer for over 40 years and used many film and digital cameras especially Canon products for what it’s worth. I hope this helps you in making a decision to purchase this item!

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  4. gawrip_ltrat11z

    But, as some others have mentioned the focusing is tricky and always at the forefront of my mind when shooting. Something I feel I should not have to worry about, something I never worried about with my 5D of eight years. Focusing is not accurate especially with my EF 50mm 1.4 lens which I love dearly when using at the larger apertures. I have used the focusing adjustment to match the focal plane of the camera with different lenses but it’s like chasing a ghost, always changes with different focusing distances. It’s a nice quality camera and maybe in time I will learn to live with the focusing issues but I would not buy this camera again based on better experiences with other Canon cameras. I have been an avid photographer for over 40 years and used many film and digital cameras especially Canon products for what it’s worth. I hope this helps you in making a decision to purchase this item!

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  5. gawrip_ltrat11z

    But, as some others have mentioned the focusing is tricky and always at the forefront of my mind when shooting. Something I feel I should not have to worry about, something I never worried about with my 5D of eight years. Focusing is not accurate especially with my EF 50mm 1.4 lens which I love dearly when using at the larger apertures. I have used the focusing adjustment to match the focal plane of the camera with different lenses but it’s like chasing a ghost, always changes with different focusing distances. It’s a nice quality camera and maybe in time I will learn to live with the focusing issues but I would not buy this camera again based on better experiences with other Canon cameras. I have been an avid photographer for over 40 years and used many film and digital cameras especially Canon products for what it’s worth. I hope this helps you in making a decision to purchase this item!

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  6. gawrip_ltrat11z

    But, as some others have mentioned the focusing is tricky and always at the forefront of my mind when shooting. Something I feel I should not have to worry about, something I never worried about with my 5D of eight years. Focusing is not accurate especially with my EF 50mm 1.4 lens which I love dearly when using at the larger apertures. I have used the focusing adjustment to match the focal plane of the camera with different lenses but it’s like chasing a ghost, always changes with different focusing distances. It’s a nice quality camera and maybe in time I will learn to live with the focusing issues but I would not buy this camera again based on better experiences with other Canon cameras. I have been an avid photographer for over 40 years and used many film and digital cameras especially Canon products for what it’s worth. I hope this helps you in making a decision to purchase this item!

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  7. gawrip_ltrat11z

    But, as some others have mentioned the focusing is tricky and always at the forefront of my mind when shooting. Something I feel I should not have to worry about, something I never worried about with my 5D of eight years. Focusing is not accurate especially with my EF 50mm 1.4 lens which I love dearly when using at the larger apertures. I have used the focusing adjustment to match the focal plane of the camera with different lenses but it’s like chasing a ghost, always changes with different focusing distances. It’s a nice quality camera and maybe in time I will learn to live with the focusing issues but I would not buy this camera again based on better experiences with other Canon cameras. I have been an avid photographer for over 40 years and used many film and digital cameras especially Canon products for what it’s worth. I hope this helps you in making a decision to purchase this item!

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  8. gawrip_ltrat11z

    But, as some others have mentioned the focusing is tricky and always at the forefront of my mind when shooting. Something I feel I should not have to worry about, something I never worried about with my 5D of eight years. Focusing is not accurate especially with my EF 50mm 1.4 lens which I love dearly when using at the larger apertures. I have used the focusing adjustment to match the focal plane of the camera with different lenses but it’s like chasing a ghost, always changes with different focusing distances. It’s a nice quality camera and maybe in time I will learn to live with the focusing issues but I would not buy this camera again based on better experiences with other Canon cameras. I have been an avid photographer for over 40 years and used many film and digital cameras especially Canon products for what it’s worth. I hope this helps you in making a decision to purchase this item!

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  9. overkote

    Excelent Buy!!!., awesome low light shots, sharp day light images. Very happy with 6D. Best full frame entry level, unless you are kind of sporting photography.

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  10. marbleflat

    6D is ergonomically better than my older gen 1 5D. I’ve compared 5D with EF 50mm f/1.8 II, 6D with EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and Fuji X-T10 with 35mm f/2.0 lens. I must say that 6D produces a bit more beautiful images than 5D with more noticeable level of dynamic range. However, in some situations an older 5D produces by default a bit more warmer tone, and 5D picture appear to be more pleasant from time to time. But compared to Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera with award winning 35mm f/2.0 lens, 5D and 6D images with Canon’s 50mm f/1.8 lenses fall short in corner areas. When zoomed in 3 times for cropping or pixel peeping, Canon’s images begin to look like painting instead of photograph, while Fuji X-T10 images look remain photographic. I regret that I have bought Canon 6D. I plan to get rid of all of my Canons and buy one more Fuji X-T10 with different lenses. Fuji’s imaging is so much superior than Canons as long as jpeg shooting is concerned. If you shoot RAW though, it is an entirely different matter as long as you process your RAW file with CaptureOne Pro 7 and later. CaptureOne Pro’s RAW processing engine is so much better than Lightroom or Photoshop. I no longer use any RAW processing software from Adobe.

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  11. marbleflat

    6D is ergonomically better than my older gen 1 5D. I’ve compared 5D with EF 50mm f/1.8 II, 6D with EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and Fuji X-T10 with 35mm f/2.0 lens. I must say that 6D produces a bit more beautiful images than 5D with more noticeable level of dynamic range. However, in some situations an older 5D produces by default a bit more warmer tone, and 5D picture appear to be more pleasant from time to time. But compared to Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera with award winning 35mm f/2.0 lens, 5D and 6D images with Canon’s 50mm f/1.8 lenses fall short in corner areas. When zoomed in 3 times for cropping or pixel peeping, Canon’s images begin to look like painting instead of photograph, while Fuji X-T10 images look remain photographic. I regret that I have bought Canon 6D. I plan to get rid of all of my Canons and buy one more Fuji X-T10 with different lenses. Fuji’s imaging is so much superior than Canons as long as jpeg shooting is concerned. If you shoot RAW though, it is an entirely different matter as long as you process your RAW file with CaptureOne Pro 7 and later. CaptureOne Pro’s RAW processing engine is so much better than Lightroom or Photoshop. I no longer use any RAW processing software from Adobe.

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  12. marbleflat

    6D is ergonomically better than my older gen 1 5D. I’ve compared 5D with EF 50mm f/1.8 II, 6D with EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and Fuji X-T10 with 35mm f/2.0 lens. I must say that 6D produces a bit more beautiful images than 5D with more noticeable level of dynamic range. However, in some situations an older 5D produces by default a bit more warmer tone, and 5D picture appear to be more pleasant from time to time. But compared to Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera with award winning 35mm f/2.0 lens, 5D and 6D images with Canon’s 50mm f/1.8 lenses fall short in corner areas. When zoomed in 3 times for cropping or pixel peeping, Canon’s images begin to look like painting instead of photograph, while Fuji X-T10 images look remain photographic. I regret that I have bought Canon 6D. I plan to get rid of all of my Canons and buy one more Fuji X-T10 with different lenses. Fuji’s imaging is so much superior than Canons as long as jpeg shooting is concerned. If you shoot RAW though, it is an entirely different matter as long as you process your RAW file with CaptureOne Pro 7 and later. CaptureOne Pro’s RAW processing engine is so much better than Lightroom or Photoshop. I no longer use any RAW processing software from Adobe.

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  13. marbleflat

    6D is ergonomically better than my older gen 1 5D. I’ve compared 5D with EF 50mm f/1.8 II, 6D with EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and Fuji X-T10 with 35mm f/2.0 lens. I must say that 6D produces a bit more beautiful images than 5D with more noticeable level of dynamic range. However, in some situations an older 5D produces by default a bit more warmer tone, and 5D picture appear to be more pleasant from time to time. But compared to Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera with award winning 35mm f/2.0 lens, 5D and 6D images with Canon’s 50mm f/1.8 lenses fall short in corner areas. When zoomed in 3 times for cropping or pixel peeping, Canon’s images begin to look like painting instead of photograph, while Fuji X-T10 images look remain photographic. I regret that I have bought Canon 6D. I plan to get rid of all of my Canons and buy one more Fuji X-T10 with different lenses. Fuji’s imaging is so much superior than Canons as long as jpeg shooting is concerned. If you shoot RAW though, it is an entirely different matter as long as you process your RAW file with CaptureOne Pro 7 and later. CaptureOne Pro’s RAW processing engine is so much better than Lightroom or Photoshop. I no longer use any RAW processing software from Adobe.

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  14. marbleflat

    6D is ergonomically better than my older gen 1 5D. I’ve compared 5D with EF 50mm f/1.8 II, 6D with EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and Fuji X-T10 with 35mm f/2.0 lens. I must say that 6D produces a bit more beautiful images than 5D with more noticeable level of dynamic range. However, in some situations an older 5D produces by default a bit more warmer tone, and 5D picture appear to be more pleasant from time to time. But compared to Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera with award winning 35mm f/2.0 lens, 5D and 6D images with Canon’s 50mm f/1.8 lenses fall short in corner areas. When zoomed in 3 times for cropping or pixel peeping, Canon’s images begin to look like painting instead of photograph, while Fuji X-T10 images look remain photographic. I regret that I have bought Canon 6D. I plan to get rid of all of my Canons and buy one more Fuji X-T10 with different lenses. Fuji’s imaging is so much superior than Canons as long as jpeg shooting is concerned. If you shoot RAW though, it is an entirely different matter as long as you process your RAW file with CaptureOne Pro 7 and later. CaptureOne Pro’s RAW processing engine is so much better than Lightroom or Photoshop. I no longer use any RAW processing software from Adobe.

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  15. marbleflat

    6D is ergonomically better than my older gen 1 5D. I’ve compared 5D with EF 50mm f/1.8 II, 6D with EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and Fuji X-T10 with 35mm f/2.0 lens. I must say that 6D produces a bit more beautiful images than 5D with more noticeable level of dynamic range. However, in some situations an older 5D produces by default a bit more warmer tone, and 5D picture appear to be more pleasant from time to time. But compared to Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera with award winning 35mm f/2.0 lens, 5D and 6D images with Canon’s 50mm f/1.8 lenses fall short in corner areas. When zoomed in 3 times for cropping or pixel peeping, Canon’s images begin to look like painting instead of photograph, while Fuji X-T10 images look remain photographic. I regret that I have bought Canon 6D. I plan to get rid of all of my Canons and buy one more Fuji X-T10 with different lenses. Fuji’s imaging is so much superior than Canons as long as jpeg shooting is concerned. If you shoot RAW though, it is an entirely different matter as long as you process your RAW file with CaptureOne Pro 7 and later. CaptureOne Pro’s RAW processing engine is so much better than Lightroom or Photoshop. I no longer use any RAW processing software from Adobe.

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  16. marbleflat

    6D is ergonomically better than my older gen 1 5D. I’ve compared 5D with EF 50mm f/1.8 II, 6D with EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and Fuji X-T10 with 35mm f/2.0 lens. I must say that 6D produces a bit more beautiful images than 5D with more noticeable level of dynamic range. However, in some situations an older 5D produces by default a bit more warmer tone, and 5D picture appear to be more pleasant from time to time. But compared to Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera with award winning 35mm f/2.0 lens, 5D and 6D images with Canon’s 50mm f/1.8 lenses fall short in corner areas. When zoomed in 3 times for cropping or pixel peeping, Canon’s images begin to look like painting instead of photograph, while Fuji X-T10 images look remain photographic. I regret that I have bought Canon 6D. I plan to get rid of all of my Canons and buy one more Fuji X-T10 with different lenses. Fuji’s imaging is so much superior than Canons as long as jpeg shooting is concerned. If you shoot RAW though, it is an entirely different matter as long as you process your RAW file with CaptureOne Pro 7 and later. CaptureOne Pro’s RAW processing engine is so much better than Lightroom or Photoshop. I no longer use any RAW processing software from Adobe.

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  17. gsw457

    Labeling this as an entry level full frame camera doesn’t do this justice. Duel pixel feature for focusing is really great along with flip out screen. The challenge here with professional photographers is that using the features like touch screen and live view may make the photographer “look” unprofessional. The truth is that using these features will help get better shots. Put the ego’s aside at let this camera do its job. The only pro drawback I can see is the single card slot. This camera is a winner.

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  18. gsw457

    Labeling this as an entry level full frame camera doesn’t do this justice. Duel pixel feature for focusing is really great along with flip out screen. The challenge here with professional photographers is that using the features like touch screen and live view may make the photographer “look” unprofessional. The truth is that using these features will help get better shots. Put the ego’s aside at let this camera do its job. The only pro drawback I can see is the single card slot. This camera is a winner.

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  19. gsw457

    Labeling this as an entry level full frame camera doesn’t do this justice. Duel pixel feature for focusing is really great along with flip out screen. The challenge here with professional photographers is that using the features like touch screen and live view may make the photographer “look” unprofessional. The truth is that using these features will help get better shots. Put the ego’s aside at let this camera do its job. The only pro drawback I can see is the single card slot. This camera is a winner.

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  20. gsw457

    Labeling this as an entry level full frame camera doesn’t do this justice. Duel pixel feature for focusing is really great along with flip out screen. The challenge here with professional photographers is that using the features like touch screen and live view may make the photographer “look” unprofessional. The truth is that using these features will help get better shots. Put the ego’s aside at let this camera do its job. The only pro drawback I can see is the single card slot. This camera is a winner.

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  21. gsw457

    Labeling this as an entry level full frame camera doesn’t do this justice. Duel pixel feature for focusing is really great along with flip out screen. The challenge here with professional photographers is that using the features like touch screen and live view may make the photographer “look” unprofessional. The truth is that using these features will help get better shots. Put the ego’s aside at let this camera do its job. The only pro drawback I can see is the single card slot. This camera is a winner.

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  22. caloca79

    One of the best cameras.

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  23. omarsaeed7

    good

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  24. jowilso-oliivtrl

    Great camera all around. 6 years old now, but still holds up in ever way. Does great in lowlight situations, easy to use, and stellar image quality. No complaints here.

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  25. ktay1249

    The entire package is a great buy. I personally thought the camera would provide night and day quality images than my older cameras that are crop sensor. My expectations were far too high. For a starter full frame I guess this will have to be it.

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  26. ktay1249

    The entire package is a great buy. I personally thought the camera would provide night and day quality images than my older cameras that are crop sensor. My expectations were far too high. For a starter full frame I guess this will have to be it.

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  27. ktay1249

    The entire package is a great buy. I personally thought the camera would provide night and day quality images than my older cameras that are crop sensor. My expectations were far too high. For a starter full frame I guess this will have to be it.

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  28. ktay1249

    The entire package is a great buy. I personally thought the camera would provide night and day quality images than my older cameras that are crop sensor. My expectations were far too high. For a starter full frame I guess this will have to be it.

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  29. briantaylortwo

    The entire package is a great buy. I personally thought the camera would provide night and day quality images than my older cameras that are crop sensor. My expectations were far too high. For a starter full frame I guess this will have to be it.

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  30. tralo_9346

    Absolutely amazing camera. I’ve been very pleased with it so far. Sure there are a few downfalls but for an entry level Full Frame Sensor DSLR it works perfectly for my needs. The Combo with the 24-105mm lens is a great value too!

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  31. seeess777

    This camera gets a LOT of hate. But, really, it’s an amazing camera for those wanting to go full frame. If you are wanting full frame 4K video this isn’t the camera for you. If video isn’t your main focus and photography is, this is an excellent option if you have already invested in canon EF glass. Really needs that second card slot, but I always buy a new 32gb card for every shoot anyways so failure is not much of an issue. I picked mine up for just under $1,200 on sale which I feel is the best price for what you get. I would have spent $2K for it without an L series lens in the kit. All in all great camera for photography.

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  32. seeess777

    This camera gets a LOT of hate. But, really, it’s an amazing camera for those wanting to go full frame. If you are wanting full frame 4K video this isn’t the camera for you. If video isn’t your main focus and photography is, this is an excellent option if you have already invested in canon EF glass. Really needs that second card slot, but I always buy a new 32gb card for every shoot anyways so failure is not much of an issue. I picked mine up for just under $1,200 on sale which I feel is the best price for what you get. I would have spent $2K for it without an L series lens in the kit. All in all great camera for photography.

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  33. fox_macleod

    Great value; while it’s a bit dated at this point, it’s still a totally solid full-frame camera. After a few months of use, I only have a couple of gripes. I wish it was set up with a joystick, instead of the D-pad type thing inside the function wheel. I wish it had a dedicated white balance select button, like the 5D, and the autofocus is pretty lacking, also like the 5D Mk II I’m upgrading from. However, I’m not shooting sports, so I’m not really in need of anything fancy as far as AF points go. It would be nice to have the capability, though. Otherwise, I absolutely love it! It’s substantially lighter than my old 5D II, which has been surprisingly wonderful, as someone who carries a camera around a lot.

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  34. fox_macleod

    Great value; while it’s a bit dated at this point, it’s still a totally solid full-frame camera. After a few months of use, I only have a couple of gripes. I wish it was set up with a joystick, instead of the D-pad type thing inside the function wheel. I wish it had a dedicated white balance select button, like the 5D, and the autofocus is pretty lacking, also like the 5D Mk II I’m upgrading from. However, I’m not shooting sports, so I’m not really in need of anything fancy as far as AF points go. It would be nice to have the capability, though. Otherwise, I absolutely love it! It’s substantially lighter than my old 5D II, which has been surprisingly wonderful, as someone who carries a camera around a lot.

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  35. fox_macleod

    Great value; while it’s a bit dated at this point, it’s still a totally solid full-frame camera. After a few months of use, I only have a couple of gripes. I wish it was set up with a joystick, instead of the D-pad type thing inside the function wheel. I wish it had a dedicated white balance select button, like the 5D, and the autofocus is pretty lacking, also like the 5D Mk II I’m upgrading from. However, I’m not shooting sports, so I’m not really in need of anything fancy as far as AF points go. It would be nice to have the capability, though. Otherwise, I absolutely love it! It’s substantially lighter than my old 5D II, which has been surprisingly wonderful, as someone who carries a camera around a lot.

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  36. fox_macleod

    Great value; while it’s a bit dated at this point, it’s still a totally solid full-frame camera. After a few months of use, I only have a couple of gripes. I wish it was set up with a joystick, instead of the D-pad type thing inside the function wheel. I wish it had a dedicated white balance select button, like the 5D, and the autofocus is pretty lacking, also like the 5D Mk II I’m upgrading from. However, I’m not shooting sports, so I’m not really in need of anything fancy as far as AF points go. It would be nice to have the capability, though. Otherwise, I absolutely love it! It’s substantially lighter than my old 5D II, which has been surprisingly wonderful, as someone who carries a camera around a lot.

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  37. fox_macleod

    Great value; while it’s a bit dated at this point, it’s still a totally solid full-frame camera. After a few months of use, I only have a couple of gripes. I wish it was set up with a joystick, instead of the D-pad type thing inside the function wheel. I wish it had a dedicated white balance select button, like the 5D, and the autofocus is pretty lacking, also like the 5D Mk II I’m upgrading from. However, I’m not shooting sports, so I’m not really in need of anything fancy as far as AF points go. It would be nice to have the capability, though. Otherwise, I absolutely love it! It’s substantially lighter than my old 5D II, which has been surprisingly wonderful, as someone who carries a camera around a lot.

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  38. fox_macleod

    Great value; while it’s a bit dated at this point, it’s still a totally solid full-frame camera. After a few months of use, I only have a couple of gripes. I wish it was set up with a joystick, instead of the D-pad type thing inside the function wheel. I wish it had a dedicated white balance select button, like the 5D, and the autofocus is pretty lacking, also like the 5D Mk II I’m upgrading from. However, I’m not shooting sports, so I’m not really in need of anything fancy as far as AF points go. It would be nice to have the capability, though. Otherwise, I absolutely love it! It’s substantially lighter than my old 5D II, which has been surprisingly wonderful, as someone who carries a camera around a lot.

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  39. fox_macleod

    Great value; while it’s a bit dated at this point, it’s still a totally solid full-frame camera. After a few months of use, I only have a couple of gripes. I wish it was set up with a joystick, instead of the D-pad type thing inside the function wheel. I wish it had a dedicated white balance select button, like the 5D, and the autofocus is pretty lacking, also like the 5D Mk II I’m upgrading from. However, I’m not shooting sports, so I’m not really in need of anything fancy as far as AF points go. It would be nice to have the capability, though. Otherwise, I absolutely love it! It’s substantially lighter than my old 5D II, which has been surprisingly wonderful, as someone who carries a camera around a lot.

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  40. geraldj6632

    I was looking to move into a Full Frame camera from my Canon 80D. This is a nice camera for the money and some of the same features that I was a custom to., so an easy transition and a n0-brainer.

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  41. geraldj6632

    I was looking to move into a Full Frame camera from my Canon 80D. This is a nice camera for the money and some of the same features that I was a custom to., so an easy transition and a n0-brainer.

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  42. geraldj6632

    I was looking to move into a Full Frame camera from my Canon 80D. This is a nice camera for the money and some of the same features that I was a custom to., so an easy transition and a n0-brainer.

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  43. wslade332

    I bought the 6d Mark II to replace the 6d that I had been using. I loved the 6d, but wanted the additional features found on the Mark II, namely the articulating screen and the ability to take photos by touching a point on the screen, The menu screens are easy to understand and changes easily made for custom settings. Video refocus is fast.

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  44. wslade332

    I bought the 6d Mark II to replace the 6d that I had been using. I loved the 6d, but wanted the additional features found on the Mark II, namely the articulating screen and the ability to take photos by touching a point on the screen, The menu screens are easy to understand and changes easily made for custom settings. Video refocus is fast.

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  45. wslade332

    I bought the 6d Mark II to replace the 6d that I had been using. I loved the 6d, but wanted the additional features found on the Mark II, namely the articulating screen and the ability to take photos by touching a point on the screen, The menu screens are easy to understand and changes easily made for custom settings. Video refocus is fast.

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  46. iloveg-6

    The camera was as described and it works flawlessly.

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  47. vernors18

    I love Cannon equipment. So this was a no- brainer.

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  48. davrobi

    As an amateur photographer going from an inexpensive DX class DSLR, to a full frame camera, it will take dome time to learn the features. So far this camera is well worth it in pairing to good quality wide angle lens for architectural photography.

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  49. crazyman762

    This is my 3rd Canon DSLR, and most expensive to date. It is the base level “full frame” camera. Chasing better photo quality can be addictive. I am still learning the differences to my 80d but for tracking moving objects it is pretty amazing. I am not sure if I would recommend it as a first ever camera for someone. There is a learning curve.

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  50. gbar2094

    I got rid of my 5D mkii a few years ago and wanted another full frame so picked up the 6D mkii since it’s received reasonable reviews and is obviously less expensive. It’s decent but being used to the image quality of the 5D the 6D is clearly not as good. The images are not as sharp and the ability to crop is less. I’m not sure why this is unless it’s just a much lower quality sensor. I’m using some of the same lenses. If you want perfect images I would save and go for the 5D instead. I can’t speak to the video quality.

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