The Canon EOS 6D will be the last Full frame DSLR available on the market next month or even later in January. Yet, first served as always, dpreview just published a full definition sample images shot with the 6D. You will find photos taken with various lenses mounted on the EOS 6D including the EF 14-70mm F2.8L II USM and the EF 70-300mm F4-5,6L IS USM. A serie of studio scene images will be helpful to measure how good the 20MP full frame sensor can be from ISO 100 to ISO 102,400, under a challenging artificial light. While dpreview say that the EOS 6D they used was not a final production model but a preproduction sample, I doubt very much that the image quality of the delivered photos could not show the full potential of the camera as I know how touchy Canon can be talking about the EOS 6D and how cautious they always are, as all camera brands anyway, when giving you a test sample to work on your review.
The Canon EOS 6D
The Canon EOS 6D is Canon’s latest Full Frame DSLR aimed towards amateur photographers. It has a 24×36 CMOS sensor of 20 megapixel that can shoot from ISO 100 to ISO 102,400 and record Full HD movies. The EOS 6D is a suprinsingly compact and light camera which is about the form factor and weight of the EOS 60D, an APS-C DSLR. The EOS 6D also gets most of the EOS 60D user interface and ergonomics. It offers a 3.2″ / 1,044,000 dots touch screen and a rather simple 11-point autofocus module. It will get a Wi-Fi connexion and a GPS sensor, a premiere on a Digital SLR and that will count a lot for photographers who travel and like to instantly share their images with the world when they will compare it to the Nikon D600 which price range is at the same level.