Review: Canon EOS 6D

The Canon EOS 6D is a full-frame DSLR, that is worth your attention. The device carries a few elements such as  control and overall layout from its predecessor the Canon EOS 60D.

Similar to other EOS cameras, the build quality of the Canon EOS 6D is solid. Camera controls have been  placed at the right place, except the video recording button. It is placed near the right thumb side which makes it an easy to hit by accident.

Canon EOS 6D

There are some interesting features on the Canon EOS 6D which are not widely seen on other EOS camera. The first is the instrumentation visible via the viewfinder that looks more crisp than older EOS and Canon’s own DSLR cameras. The second feature is that the users can remote control the camera via WiFi with a smart device.

Overall, the camera is very nice to take pictures and comes with a really fast focus speed. Unfortunately, Canon has not included the Hybrid Auto-Focus system which makes the auto-focus better. The Canon EOS 6D is one of the best DSLR cameras from the company with a best image processing power.


The Canon EOS 6D is a best camera that promises a full-frame sensor and very fast focus speed and it should definitely please customers who are looking for a good price/quality ratio.


  • 20.2 Megapixel sensor (full-frame)
  • ISO 100-25600 (up to 102800 in expanded mode)
  • Reduced Shutter Noise
  • 1080p video recording (30FPS)
  • WiFi and GPS built-in (warning: battery killers)
  • 1M pixels display
  • 4.5 FPS burst mode
  • No touch screen / Swivel screen
  • No phase-detection in live view

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