Canon EOS 6D 20.2MP DSLR Camera w/ EF 24-105m mLens

Canon EOS 6D 20.2MP DSLR Camera w/ EF 24-105m mLens
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Designed to be the tool of choice for serious and semi-professional photographers, the EOS 6D digital SLR with a 24mm to 105mm zoom lens is the ideal camera. It boasts a full range of advanced features that enhance every facet of your photography, from beautiful stills to incredible HD video.

What makes the EOS 6D special? A 20.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor combines with the DIGIC 5+ image processor to render can't-miss moments simply stunning--and so true-to-life. Snap shots at speeds of up to 4.5fps, and capture the subtle nuance of every scene. A state-of-the-art 11-point center cross-type AF system ensures sharp focus in every situation.

What other features does it have? The EOS 6D takes video recording to a whole new level, recording footage in Full HD resolution and offering an array of manual controls, including manual exposure during movie shooting. This camera's on the cutting edge, with a built-in GPS receiver and built-in Wi-Fi transmitter that allows you to conveniently wirelessly transfer your images to social networking sites through the Canon iMAGE Gateway or upload to your iPhone or Android phone--all you need is to download the free EOS Remote app! From Canon.

And the included EF 24-105 f/4L IS USM zoom lens ensures you're ready for any shooting situation.

What's in the box? EOS 6D body, EF 24-105 f/4L IS USM zoom lens, eyecup, lens cap, wide strap, stereo A/V cable, USB cable, battery pack, battery charger, hood, case, camera cover, EOS Digital Solution disc, and manual.

  • Includes EOS 6D body, EF 24-105 f/4L IS USM zoom lens, eyecup, lens cap, wide strap, stereo A/V cable, USB cable, battery pack, battery charger, hood, case, camera cover, EOS Digital Solution disc, and manual
  • 20.2 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor
  • EOS integrated cleaning dust-removal system
  • 3" diagonal Clear View TFT color LCD monitor with 160-degree viewing angle
  • DIGIG 5+ image processor
  • High dynamic range
  • 11-point center cross-type AF system
  • iFCL metering, 63 zone dual-layer metering sensor
  • Scene intelligent auto
  • Special scene modes
  • ISO sensitivity up to 25,600
  • Continuous shooting up to 4.5fps
  • Built-in Wi-Fi transmitter; transfer images through Canon iMAGE Gateway
  • Built-in GPS receiver
  • EOS HD video with manual exposure control and multiple rame rates, up to 1080
  • Measures approximately 5-
  • 3/4"W x 4-3/8"H x 2-3/4"D
  • UL listed charger; 1-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Made in Japan

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Canon EOS 6D 20.2MP DSLR Camera w/ EF 24-105m mLens is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 142.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this on Canon Refurb to supplement 7DII I already owned a Canon 7D MarkII which I bought new and loved it but I really wanted to get into a FF also for a host of reasons (Better for landscapes, better background blur as given focal lengths, better dynamic range, etc). So I wanted a decent FF camera to supplement the 7DII which I use primary for wildlife, birds-in-flight, sports, etc. I thought about the 5DIII, but it was $1000 more and for what I was going to use it for, would not really offer much more. I could not justify another $1000 which could be better used for good glass :) I am really happy with the 6D for my purposes. For anything except subjects where lots of movement is involved, the 6D is perfect. Exceptional image quality and really good low light AF capability. On the down side, it does have a fairly basic AF system, which only really becomes an issue when you're shooting things with lots of motion. It's "ok" in these situations, but nowhere near as capable as my 7DII. One other minor complaint is that it only has a single SD slot. I personally prefer CF cards, which my 7DII allows. But that's a minor nit honestly. Hence, when I bought this camera, I went into it with the idea that this would be an every day camera for use shooting landscapes, street photography, portraits, etc and in that capacity I am extremely happy. The fact that it has built-in GPS and Wi-Fi is an added plus and I've found the ability to control the camera via my iPad to be a great feature in some situations. I am rating this 5 stars as a rating that considers this camera for what it offers for the money. Certainly it would not rate 5 stars if I was comparing it with a 5DIII, but that's comparing apples and oranges. For what it is and what it costs, I feel like it's excellent bang-for-the-buck.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it! Its worth every penny. the canon 6d is definitely a camera that will stand the test of time.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love this camers! Had a little over a year and still trying to regester it and find software. Not to mention I only have mastered 25% of all the features.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best I've ever owned I wanted a full frame camera for a host of reasons. As a professional photographer I do beach photography of families, pets and children. BUT, my true love is wildlife and BIFs. Panning birds is hard work, but I find I get more usable shots then ever before with this lightweight camera (paired with Canon's 400mm Prime lens). Buy it. Save some money. Your shots will be of professional level.
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Middle of the Road on everything I've been using it for Indoor Sports. The number of focus points is highly limited. I rely mostly on the center dot in low light and it performs well. However, it is a primitive focusing system when compared to the 5D. It is lighter than the 5D which I appreciate, but in hindsight - knowing what I know now after using it for several years - I regret not purchasing the 5D III. There is no way I would buy a 6D II when (if) it arrives in 2017. The 5D III (discounted) or the 5D IV is the way to go. If you buy middle of the road then you will be stuck in the middle of the road -- always lacking something.
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best camera investment Love this camera, it happens to be the best camera I've ever owned.
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great event, portraiture and travel camera The 6D is Canon's cheapest full-frame DSLR, but even if price were no object it is also their best for travel photography and for most event and portrait work leaves little to be desired compared to its more expensive sisters. The sensor is probably my favorite thing about the 6D. At "only" 20 megapixels, the individual pixels are larger than they would be on a higher resolution camera, and the larger the pixel, the more light it can gather. ISO 1600 is close enough in performance to base ISO (100) to not matter, while even ISO 6400 can yield beautiful prints at larger sizes so long as you get the exposure just right. The autofocus system is really the only thing most reviewers complain about on the 6D, but here too in many ways less is more. While it only has 11 points and only the center point is a cross-type, that center point, even four years after the camera's release, remains among the best in the industry. Even in near darkness the 6D focuses quickly and accurately, especially with fast lenses. My only concern compared to higher-end models is that the weather sealing seems a bit lighter. I've used the 5D mk iii and that camera just feels a lot more robust, but given the price difference between them it should. I've used my 6D in the rain and had no issues, just make sure not to press any of the buttons or work any of the dials while wet. When I plan to use mine in the rain, I make sure to wipe off any water before changing settings and limit myself to just using the shutter release when wet (usually covered by my finger so not too soggy). With a water sealed L lens (don't forget a filter to complete the seal) I've had no issues even in some heavy rain, but heavier seals would make me more comfortable and are the only reason I am looking at adding a 5D mk iii to my outfit. Unless you are shooting fast-moving sports or birds in flight, the 6D is a fantastic camera at any price, and given what these cost now, its a real bargain. I still love mine.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredibly Capable Camera The 6D is now an aging camera that is bound to be replaced soon. That being said, the 6D represents an incredible value; it features a really high quality full-frame sensor with stellar low-light capabilities. The 6D is fantastic for landscapes and portraits but lacks the sophisticated AF system required for high-speed sports or wildlife photography. Look elsewhere for speedy action shooting (the 7D II is a great APS-C substitute).
Date published: 2016-05-16
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