Clearly the 6D. Much cheaper, same picture, lighter, nicer body, plus the wifi and GPS comes in handy.
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The cameras seem to be very close. The 6D is perhaps a bit better, with less color noise. If the difference can be measured, I think it would be much less than a full stop.
I installed CaptureOne myself, imported the 5d3/6d raw files I'd say after much more color noise reduction on the 5d3 the difference 5d3->6d is about 1/2 stop - which is more than nothing, given the fuzz that was made about the improvement 5d2->5d3. The real world difference might be that iso 12800 is more usable on the 6d.
I've spent a lot of time today researching Plural Eyes.
Version 3 is not yet available for Windows 7.
Version 2 is $149, which is more than my budget for the video editor!
I have little hope that the next Windows version will be affordable or work with Premiere Elements.
This... Thats not low budget at all, especially when Nikon is offering a Camera Kit that is very competitive for around $2500 dollars(or less.) I'd say the 24-70 should be better than the Nikon 24-85, but the D600 has better specs than the 6D....and the Nikon kit is $1000 dollars less than Canon!
The recent pricing of Canon items has been a major kick in the balls to their customers.
Sure I get that - Just was interested if something leaked about it. D600 has it. Just saying.
If Magic Lantern was able to unlock it on the 5d3 *and* Ml will run on the 6d at all it is likely that they can port this feature, too - the cameras aren't that much different as far as the firmware goes, they all use functions of the digic cpu which is the same on all models.
My question was only referring to the HDMI out.In principle. If only Marketing believed in principles other than the Principle of Product Differentiation
In principle it shouldn't be a problem for Canon to add it if they can at the 5DMIII
The 6D might have clean HDMI out, but it may be more likely that Canon wants you to shell out for a 5DIII if that feature is critical to you...
What about the 6D ??
What about it? The AF sensor is different (inferior by a good margin), unlikely that it can support f/8 AF. No cameras in the wild, no idea about clean HDMI out yet, could be added. The 6D should not have the AF point illumination in Servo 'issue' because it doesn't have the transmissive LCD, but rather the standard, etched focus screen like the 5DII.
This is such a weird body to release, where does it fit in? before the 5d mkiii and after the 5d mKii hum ..ok