Excerpt: The low light performance is amazing. High ISOs are far cleaner than they are with the 60D, and it will focus in surprisingly dark conditions. For example, shooting at 800 looks as good as 400, and 3200 still looks good where I wouldn't use it at all on my 60D. I went with the 24-70 L f/4 IS after having bought both it and the 24-105 L f/4 IS. I found it to be sharper, and I like the macro mode. The IS is excellent. So I sent the 24-105 back.
Excerpt: I'm a senior in a photography program at a Midwestern university. I bought this as my first full-frame DSLR after renting the Canon 5D series cameras from my university for three years. I looked at buying a 5D MKIII but for a poor college student, the price wasn't doing it for me. The 6D was within my budget, even with an L series lens.
Pros: Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Quiet
Excerpt: My other camera is a 7D. This is a different animal in almost every way. The autofocus is the weakness, which is well documented, so that is something you should understand up front. With that said, I love this camera! The images I am seeing are so clean and sharp! It's great to get to forget about ISO for the most part when shooting indoors. I set my shutter and AP and go to town.
Excerpt: I already have a 7D that I use for wildlife which I like very much. I got the 6D more for landscape and close up work. The 6D has less noise and cleaner images than the 7D. The best reason to purchase this is for the full frame advantage of cleaner images. The autofocus is okay but falls short for sports and wildlife. If what your shooting stands pretty still your good! I would not recommend purchasing this for it's wifi capability. The EOS remote app is horrible to use.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance
Cons: Difficult To Use Wifi, Needs Better Autofocus
Excerpt: I am an enthusiast photographer, actively building my portfolio. I am presently working on an assignment for a class. The 6D + EF 24-105mm is a wonderful combination. I moved up from a T2i with a variety of lenses, including the EF-S 15-85mm. Had about 60,000 images on the T2i. The 6D feels wonderful in the hand, not to big but solid. The low light capabilities are really why I went with this specific camera and it hasn't disappointed.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Quiet
Excerpt: I use this for commercial photography, editorial, weddings and cinematography. I'm a big Canon 5d II & III fan and kept a Canon 7d as my backup camera, I sold the Canon 7d and purchased the Canon 6d as my backup camera. I shoot both stills and video, so having an extra camera is important.Right off the bat, it's quieter, it shoots great in low light and performs almost as well as my Canon 5d and 5d Mark II.
Pros: Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Quiet
Excerpt: I rented this camera to use while on vacation in California and had nothing but positive experiences with it. I decided I needed and upgrade over my ancient XTI and added this to my collection. I couldn't be happier.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD