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Sample Video Footage from the Canon 6D




Just a couple of days we had a bit of info on the first leaked specs

With the video capabilities of DSLRs constantly increasing, we have come to expect a lot from new releases. The Canon 6D doesn’t disappoint. Much like the newest Nikon D800 you’ll have more creative control over depth of field as well as full manual control over exposure and audio levels. Check this sample footage from the recently announced Canon 6D. Do you think it competes with the Canon 7D or the 5DMK III?

The camera will reportedly feature a 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, the DIGIC5+ image processing engine, an ISO range of 100-25600 (expandable to 50-102400), a small body (the size of an APS-C sensor camera), a magnesium alloy built (some parts, at least), built-in Wi-Fi (wow), built-in GPS, 11 autofocus points, 4.5fps continuous shooting, a shutter rated for 100,000 actuations, 1/180 second sync, shutter speed that ranges from 30s to 1/4000s, weatherproofing, a 3-inch LCD screen, and 1080p HD video recording.

The camera will reportedly hit shelves in December 2012 with a Japanese retail price of ¥195,000 (~$2500). Since gear is usually priced more cheaply in the US, the cost should be comparable to the Nikon D600′s $2100 price tag. It’ll also be packaged with a 24-105mm kit lens for a higher price.

It seems that Canon and Nikon either communicate about their in-development products or have extremely good intel, since neither is too far behind when the other introduces something interesting.

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