The full-frame sensor, usually reserved for only top-of-the-line DSLR cameras, represents the finest standard of DSLR picture-grabbin.' It doesn't come cheap. Canon fit a full-frame sensor into its new 6D—and offered camera buyers a pro-level detail at a surprisingly low price. Does it make the 6D worth buying?
What Is It?
A wifi-equipped DSLR with a 20.2 MP full-frame sensor for only $2100—the same price as Nikon's entry-level full-frame, the D600. At the time of publication, that price was almost $1000 less than the 6D's big brother, Canon's 5D Mark III.