so Cakon 1 V2 it is then @ $1200, lovely
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Thank you for the review Dustin I'm struggling to disagree with any of that and to quote Tara I too "have been over thinking which body to purchase."
Anyone familiar with this set of comparisons? I’m looking at differences between the 5D3 and 6D and would like to know if these pics are valid i.e. not processed in some way or fixed to benefit one over the other.
I don't think that I would make the decision based on image quality - either of these will produce stunning images. Part of the point that I am making is that spending the extra money will not improve your still image quality. The more advanced AF of the 5D3 might improve the KIND of images you can make (if you are shooting sports or birds), but, like some of the images I submitted, the 6D might also give you some other creative options because of being able to control the camera remotely. I got the 6D the day after I had been out shooting long exposures in -35F/-37C weather with my 5D2. I realized that if I had the 6D, I could have controlled those same exposures from my iPad while sitting in the car. Now that didn't sound so bad!!
I think I would make the decision based more on the feature set. What kind of photography are you going to do? Which camera offers the feature set that you need?
The default setting is to continue the numbering from the last camera that the card was used in. If you had another canon camera before your 6D, it's just continuing that numbering scheme.
I don't now this is possible ... But will check and revert soonest.
YIKES! ... A kick in the teeth. You were absolutely correct.
This card was initially used in the 5D3 and then moved on to the Sony RX-100. When the 6D arrived I presumed that it would have an SD card in the box and was shocked that Canon didn't include any as a freebie! Anyhow, the card in the RX-100 was moved to the 6D.
All the more surprising is the fact that the last RX-100 file on the card is DSC00137.ARW. The 6D picked up from where the RX-100 left off ... The next file on the card is IMG_0138.CR2.
Guess what ... the 6D is saving the files in the same folder as the RX-100 - the 101MSDCF folder on the card ignoring the Canon folder ... I can't understand what the hell is going on but as least this solves the mystery!
£1500 UK or £1289 DigRev (UK)
$2356 US or $2025 US
same ol' same ol'
It's only been available for 3 months max.
Supply exceeds demand.
Its going to drop further