New Canon EOS 6D with WiFi and Full Frame sensor
The day has begun in the city of Cologne, Germany, one of the biggest events in the world of photography, the annual edition of the fair, where all major companies present their new field and surprise us, the Photokina 2012, and it has been made official the spectacular new Canon EOS 6D.
In this new camera, Canon gives a significant change to their line called “EOS”, incorporating a sensor of 20.2 Megapixel Full Frame inside, so you will have the possibility to give the user the full format without being a more leading chambers as the 5D Mark III, for example.
This is the model with full frame sensor Canon’s smallest, weighing only 690 grams, but the performances are still enviable.
Features of the Canon EOS 6D
- Full Frame sensor resolution of 20.2 MP.
- DIGIC 5+.
- Gusts of up to 4.5 frames per second.
- Sensitivities of 100-25600 ISO (or ISO 102400 forced mode).
- 3 inch screen with 1.04 million pixels resolution.
- SD card slot UHS-1.
- Connectivity via WiFi, DLNA and even GPS.
This new Canon has wireless functions such as the ability to control some functions and camera shot from mobile devices iPhone, iPad or Android also can send photos to TVs or computers without wiring with WiFi connectivity and DLNA.
On the video recording, is able to record in Full HD (1080p) with a rate of 30 frames per second, but this recording has a maximum duration of 29 minutes and 59 seconds.
The Canon EOS 6D will be available from December for a base price of $2,099 (or 2,100 euros) for your body, or $2,899 if desired accompanied f74L 24-105 USM lens. Thanks to this we can ensure that not only is the Full Frame camera smaller and lighter, but also the cheapest.
Tags: Canon, Photokina 2012