Excerpt: I have a Canon 40D, 60D, and 70D This is my first full frame. Love the shallow dof of full frame. I rented 5D Mark III few times for assignments, and 5D mark III af seems to be more quick than 6D but 6D has all I need for now. Happy with the purchase.One small complaint about the BH packages is that instead of throwing a bag and monopod, which I may never even open, it would be nice if BH includes a small tripod instead.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance
Excerpt: Adding a 6D to my stable of 7D's is taking some patience. I feel like I have much more control over my 7D's than I do with the 6D. Buttons on the 6D are mainly right of the rear display and there are fewer of them. Most of the common display settings are now accessed through the quick view button that displays the menu of those settings on the rear display. For instance... white balance and image quality are no longer displayed in the top display.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Locking Mode Dial, Quiet
Cons: Fewer Fingertip Controls, Limited Info Display
Excerpt: I upgraded to the 6D after using a Rebel. The Full-Frame sensor and vast ISO range is amazing. I use this mostly for portraits in natural light, and for family events. The 24-105 is awesome for almost everything I need it to do.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Quiet
Excerpt: I shoot people so it is a good camera for that but the focus system is pretty lame. My 50d focuses faster and with less hunting than this 6d does. As for low light focusing, yeah, it does better than the 50d but you have to have a good contrasting element right in the center to get it to work. If you shoot wildlife forget it. It's far too slow for that. Image quality is good. Shutter noise is minimal.