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  • 20.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor
  • Full-HD video at 1080p (30 fps/25fps/24fps)
  • ISO 100 up to ISO 25,600
  • 11-point AF (1 center cross-type point with -3 to +18 EV)
  • Built-in GPS
  • Built-in WiFi
  • Shutter speed 1/30 - 1/4000 sec.
Canon EOS 6D front view
Canon EOS 6D top view
Canon EOS 6D side left
Canon EOS 6D side right
Canon EOS 6D rear view

Overview

Description by Canon:

A 20.2-megapixel DSLR featuring a full-frame sensor and compact design. Ideal for portrait photography and travel, offering tight control over depth of field and a large choice of wide-angle EF lenses.

  • Full-frame 20.2-megapixel sensor
  • Tough, lightweight construction
  • Max ISO 25,600 (expandable to ISO 102,400)
  • 11-point AF sensitive down to -3EV
  • GPS* records your location
  • Wi-Fi** file transfer and remote control
  • Full-HD video

20.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor
At the heart of the EOS 6D is a 20-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and a powerful DIGIC 5+ image processor. Together these deliver images that are packed with detail and clarity. Colours are reproduced accurately whilst tonal gradation is subtle and natural.

The full-frame advantage
Enjoy access to wide-angle EF lenses and discover new approaches to landscape, interiors and street photography. The extra control over depth of field provided by the full-frame sensor is perfect for adding impact to your portraits.

Designed to travel
Lightweight enough to go everywhere with you and strong enough to withstand the rigors of travel photography. Simple controls and intuitive ergonomics make the EOS 6D quick and easy to use.

Powerful low-light performance
When light levels get low, the EOS 6D keeps delivering superb photography. ISO sensitivity extends from ISO 100 up to ISO 25,600 (expandable to L:50, H1:51,200, H2:102,400) and an 11-point autofocus system is responsive down to -3EV. That’s sensitive enough to operate under moonlight.

Compose pictures with ease
Work intuitively with the EOS 6D’s bright full-frame viewfinder. A 1,040,000-dot 7.6 cm (3.0”) Clear View II LCD screen makes Live View shooting of stills and Full-HD video a pleasure.

Creative features designed for you
Preserve detail in both highlights and shadows with the EOS 6D’s high dynamic range (HDR) shooting mode, and create composite images with its multiple-exposure facility. ±5 stop exposure compensation and ±3-stop auto exposure bracketing allow flexibility and fine tuning of exposure.

GPS tracks your every movement
Built-in GPS determines your exact location and geotags each image file with the information. In GPS Logger mode a record of your route is recorded as you move around, even when the camera is switched off.

Wi-Fi for unparalleled connectivity

Shoot remotely from alternative viewpoints: connect and control your EOS 6D using your PC, Mac or smartphone. Images can be transferred wirelessly and shared with family and friends.

Full-HD Video
Shoot Full-HD video at 1080p resolution, taking advantage of fast-aperture lenses and full manual control to achieve cinematic effects.

Reviews

No new features added, only some Date / Time configuration problems are addressed.

Firmware Version 1.1.3 incorporates the following fix. -  
Fixes a phenomenon in which the Date/Time/Zone settings screen appears on the LCD display, after the user has already configured these settings. The values for the Date/Time settings may reset if the backup functions which retain those values do not perform properly.

Post date: 09/04/2013 - 07:12

Epic indeed, the introductory scenes are shot with a Canon 5D Mark III. Michael Andrew, A.K.A Michal the Maven, A.K.A Michal the Mentor is very careful in his review not to offend fanbois of either camp: 

"This is my long awaited review of the Nikon D600 vs the Canon 6D in an Epic, side to side shootout testing some of the most important aspects of the two cameras. As I mention on the video, these are 2 very different cameras. D600 is better as an "all round" camera, the 6D excels in low light (wedding photographers are going to love the 6D). You can check out the Crash Course DVDs I have for both cameras on my products page, they are available both as DVD & immediate download: http://www.michaelthemaven.com/products/

Post date: 16/02/2013 - 14:23

I've read the review twice, and mostly agree on its conclusion. There's a red line when it comes to cutting corners, and Canon has crossed it many times. Not that they care, the 6D will still sell like hot cakes, especially during the discount rushes. Review done by Amadou Diallo and Andy Westlake: 

"The EOS 6D ticks off many of the things an APS-C DSLR owner could want in a full frame upgrade: great image quality, excellent handling, light weight and a sub-$2100 price tag. The challenge for Canon, of course is that the 6D does not exist in a vacuum. It faces very stiff competition from the Nikon D600, which for the same price boasts a slightly higher resolution sensor, a more robust AF system, dual card slots, built-in flash (which can act as a wireless flash commander) and weather-sealing comparable to the much more expensive Nikon D800.

Post date: 13/02/2013 - 01:30

"Video picture quality trailed behind the D600, though, and it can't begin to compete with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3. Details in the 6D's videos appear pixel-sharp but direct comparisons reveal much finer details in the D600 and GH3's output. Video autofocus is as slow and clumsy as it has always been on Canon SLRs, and there's no headphone out to monitor the microphone while recording.

Most people who are contemplating spending £1,500 on a camera will be upgrading from a cheaper or older SLR. In many respects the 6D is very similar to the 5D Mark II but with significantly lower noise and built-in Wi-Fi and GPS. However, Mark II owners will be much better served by the 5D Mark III, which makes for a much more substantial upgrade.

Post date: 29/01/2013 - 05:26

The 6D was tested with a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM Lens.

"Quite surprisingly, Canon hasn't just recycled the sensor already used in the 5D Mark III, which isn't exactly outdated and which is available in a new version with slightly fewer pixels (20.2 Mpx compared with 22.3 Mpx). In any case, the EOS 6D controls noise in an impressive way, taking excellent-quality pictures up to 3200 ISO with both granularity and smoothing kept nicely in check. You can easily push up to 6400 ISO too, but from here on upwards smoothing does become more noticeable. The 12800 and 25600 ISO settings will be fine for making prints of up to A4 size, but any higher settings aren't really worth the trouble (the 6D can reach up to 104200 ISO).

Post date: 22/01/2013 - 06:55

The camera was tested with the Canon EF 24-70mm f/4L IS​ and  EF 50mm f 1.4 USM lenses.

"The Canon EOS 6D feels like it's an improvement over the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, and gives most of what you get with the 5D Mark III, but with the addition of GPS and Wi-Fi, as well as the excellent 20.2 megapixel sensor for improved noise performance, but with a fraction of the price of the 5D Mark III, making this an excellent camera for those wanting a full-frame Digital SLR. Image quality is impressive with excellent colour both in photos and on the rear screen of the camera, and noise performance is excellent. Focus performance is good with 11 point auto focus that works

Post date: 21/01/2013 - 18:48

"Ever use a Canon DSLR? It's like that. You won't notice anything different here aside from the altered control layout. Versus the 5D MK3, the 6D has a simpler autofocus system, with 11 points instead of 61 points. But it's still fast and accurate. The 6D sports a single SDXC card slot, as opposed to the CF slots of its older siblings. The other differences are quite minor.

Post date: 03/01/2013 - 00:00

"Canon sensors have lagged behind Sony’s (and therefore Nikon’s) sensors in recent years regarding dynamic range (the limits of luminance range between black and white in an image). This deficiency might be seen as a problem – especially when photographing a bride and groom in their customary colour scheme. However given a correctly metered shot there should be no problem. I rarely find dynamic range an issue but there are occasions when trying to retrieve highlights or shadows from a very ‘dynamic’ image is limited.

Post date: 02/01/2013 - 00:00

"The camera doesn’t feel cheap. I like the button layout much better than on some older Canon models. Everything you need is accessible. The image quality is a close match to that of the 5D MK III and the price is right if you want affordable full-frame. If you match this camera with Canon’s high-end “L” glass you’re going to get amazing image quality.

This camera (in my opinion) makes the 7D obsolete. It lacks the high-speed, highly-adjustable AF of the 5D MK III so it’s

Post date: 23/12/2012 - 07:44

"Ergonomics are great, especially compared to Nikon. The 6D is pretty easy to shoot with one hand, while Nikons, like the D600, demand we always use our second hand to hit PLAY, MENU and other buttons. Yes, the 6D's MENU button is on the left, but I program mine to duplicate the MENU button on the SET button in the middle of the big rear knob.

Oddly, the 8-way thumb controller isn't as good as the 8-way thumb nubbin of most other Canon DSLRs. This is

Post date: 19/12/2012 - 10:40

PetaPixel has the story:

"As much as I would like to believe that my process was rigorous, I am having trouble believing that the 6D is significantly better than the Mk III. But I am very confident that it is a low noise camera. You can tell by the lack of noise when you zoom to 100% pixels. As someone who has worked to remove noise from astro images for the past 5-6 years, I am quite familiar with what noise looks like.

Post date: 13/12/2012 - 22:19

"Canon now offers three full-frame CMOS sensor cameras within the EOS range. This could potentially confuse the buying decision; however the prices are very well stratified. So, how does the lowest priced model, the EOS 6D, fair against its more illustrious stable mates?

Interestingly, the overall DxOMark scores for the three models are very similar, with the EOS 6D actually matching the flagship EOS-1D X on a score of 82. Each of the three models has one area in the three testing metrics where it performs

Post date: 12/12/2012 - 17:14

"All things considered, the Canon EOS 6D looks like a pretty decent DSLR, with the Wi-Fi and GPS technology being nice bonuses for the average photographer. At 20.2MP, the resolution is not a great deal more than that offered by Canon's APS-C format DSLRs, but there should be a significant image quality advantage.

Those upgrading from a Canon EOS 60D should find it pretty straightforward, without any major handling changes. You'll

Post date: 11/12/2012 - 14:08

"For me, photography isn’t my full-time job, but it is a part of my daily duties that often has me snapping photos at events and in auditoriums, under less than ideal lighting conditions. I also often use a camera for close-up gadget shots, again, generally with less than optimal available light. For those purposes, the Canon 6D is a thrilling, welcome addition to Canon’s line-up, at a price that, while still expensive, won’t break the bank for a photographer looking for the expanded composition capabilities of a full-frame sensor.

Post date: 10/12/2012 - 22:50

TDP may no longer be a Canon exclusive site, having opened its pages to the dark side some time ago, but it still one of the major authoritative sites when it comes to Canon gear reviews:

"Immediately noticeable is that the full frame sensors tested here deliver cleaner images than their smaller-sensored APS-C siblings. The Canon EOS 6D delivers noise levels similar to the smaller-sensor Canon EOS 7D and Canon EOS 60D at an ISO setting of over one stop higher. Compare the 6D's ISO 6400 to the 7D's ISO 3200 for example.

Post date: 10/12/2012 - 20:48

"The 6D betters the 5D Mark III because the PLAY and ZOOM buttons are now where we can hit them with our shooting thumb. No longer are they on the wrong side, demanding a second hand, as they are on the 5D Mark III (I program my 5D Mark III to work around this).

All the Auto ISO options and pretty much everything are the same as the 5D Mark III. The LCD lacks auto brightness control, and it otherwise the same awesome screen: the best in any DSLR.

Post date: 09/12/2012 - 15:40

In conclusion I have to say I'm very pleased with the 6D over my MKii, its a pretty big upgrade from it. It retains all the ability of any professional level camera, and honestly any professional with a high skill level, can produce amazing images with damn near any camera. The addition of the wi-fi being built into the camera is a big selling point for me and my career. If I had to compare it to an iphone it would be like this: MKii=iPhone 4 6D=iPhone4S MKiii=iPhone5 I really hope that makes sense. The 6D is incredibly similiar to the MKiii, so if you wanna save nearly $2,000 and upgrade from a MKii or 7D buy yourself a 6D, if you have a MKiii, keep it.

Post date: 08/12/2012 - 00:00

Here's a cheat sheet on some basics:

Image quality: About the same
Auto focus points and speed: Nikon is superior om both counts
High iso: Canon wins
Low light focusing: Canon wins (-3 EV vs -1 EV)
Video quality: Canon wins
Size and weight: Canon is lighter and smaller
Other features: Nikon is less downscaled compared to the bigger model (D800), but the Canon 6D comes with Wi-fi (and a cool remote control app for Ios and Android devices) and GPS.

Post date: 07/12/2012 - 09:21

"You've been asking for it. Repeatedly. And now we have finally got our hands on Canon's latest, "cheaper", full-frame DSLR. With the name "6D", it fits in slightly below the 5D Mark III. But is this Canon's answer to the D600?"

Post date: 02/12/2012 - 23:55

"Canon 6D is the latest in Canon's full frame HDSLR family and honestly, there is simply no substitute for the full frame sensor "look".

The footage was taken with a pre production model camera and hopefully the video quality in the final version will be improved.

Camera strengths:

Post date: 28/11/2012 - 15:45

Why can't we all be friends and focus on the similarities instead (1/4000th sec shutter and both are generally stripped down brutally) but anyway, the war has begun, and blood is still being shed on both sides:

Post date: 20/09/2012 - 00:00

Specifications

DXO Mark
DXO Color Depth: 
23.8bits
DXO Dynamic Range: 
12.1Ev
DXO Low Light Performance: 
2340 ISO
Image Sensor
Type: 
Full frame
Image Sensor Type : 
35.8mm x 23.9mm (35mm Full Frame size) CMOS senso
Effective Pixels: 
20.2 Megapixels
Aspect Ratio: 
3:2
Intelligent Orientation Sensor: 
Yes
Filter Array: 
Bayer RGB color filter
Sensor has dust removal: 
Yes
Sensor Dust Removal: 
(1) Self Cleaning Sensor Unit
Removes dust adhering to the low-pass filter.
Self-cleaning executed automatically (taking 2 sec.) when power is turned on or off. Manual execution also possible (taking 8.0 sec.).

(2) Dust Delete Data acquisition and appending
The coordinates of the dust adhering to the low-pass filter are detected by a test shot and appended to subsequent images.
The dust coordinate data appended to the image is used by the provided software to automatically erase the dust spots.

(3) Manual cleaning of sensor

Image Processor
Image Processor Type : 
DIGIC 5+ Image Processor
Lenses
Focal Length (35mm Equivalent): 
1.0x the focal length of the lens
Lens Mount: 
Canon EF mount
Storage
Memory Card Slots: 
1
Memory Card Type Details: 
Single SD card slot
SD card, SDHC card, SDXC memory card
* Compatible with Ultra High-Speed (UHS-I) memory cards.
Exposure Control
Metering Mode: 
Max. aperture TTL metering with 63-zone SPC with the following selectable modes:
Evaluative metering
Partial metering (center: approx. 8% of viewfinder)
Spot metering (center: approx. 3.5% of viewfinder)
Center-weighted average metering
Metering range: 
1.0 - 20.0 EV
Metering Range Details: 
EV 1-20 (at 73°F/23°C with EF50mm f/1.8 II lens, ISO 100)
Exposure Compensation: 
±5.0 EV
Exposure Compensation Details: 
(1) Manual : ±5 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments (2) AEB : ±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Exposure Compensation Braketing: 
2, 3, 5, or 7 settable with a Custom Function.
AE Lock: 
Possible
* During movie shooting, press the <*> button for AE lock and press the button to cancel AE lock (not automatically cancelled).
* AE lock (cancelled automatically when metering timer is turned off) possible before movie shooting. Movie shooting can start while AE lock is set.
Shutter Type : 
Vertical-travel, mechanical, focal-plane shutter with all speeds electronically-controlled
Maximum shutter speed: 
1/4000 sec
Minimum shutter speed: 
30 sec
Bulb mode: 
Yes
Shutter Speed: 
1/4000 to 30 sec., X-sync at 1/180 sec. (Total shutter speed range. Available range varies by shooting mode.)
Shooting Modes: 
Program AE (shiftable)
Shutter-priority AE
Aperture-priority AE
Manual exposure
Bulb
Custom shooting mode
Basic zone
Scene Intelligent Auto (Program AE / non-shiftable)
Creative Auto
Special Scene (Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sports, Night Portrait, Handheld Night Scene, HDR Backlight Control mode)
Drive Modes: 
Single shooting
Continuous shooting
Silent single shooting
Silent continuous shooting
10-sec. self-timer/Remote control
2-sec. self-timer
Continuous shooting: 
4.5 fps
Continuous Shooting Details: 
Continuous shooting: Max. approx. 4.5 fps
Silent continuous shooting: Max. approx. 3.0 fps

Based on 8GB memory Card:
JPEG Large/Fine: Approx. 73 Shots
RAW: Approx. 14 Shots
RAW+JPEG Large/Fine: 7 Shots
Based on 8GB UHS-I memory card:
JPEG Large/Fine: Approx. 1250 Shots
RAW: Approx. 17 Shots
RAW + JPEG Large/Fine: 8 Shots
* Figures are based on Canon's testing standards (ISO 100 and Standard Picture Style).

Self Timer : 
10-sec. or 2-sec. delay
ISO Range: 
100 - 25,600 ISO
ISO Sensitivity: 
Manual setting range of ISO 100-25600 (expansion possible to ISO 50, ISO 51200 and 102400) in 1/3-stop or whole-stop increments)
ISO Sensitivity (Extended): 
102400
White Balance
White Balance Settings: 
Auto white balance with the image sensor

Auto,
Preset (Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten Light, White Fluorescent Light, Flash),
Custom (Approx. 2,000° - 10,000°K), Color Temperature (Approx. 2,500° - 10,000°K),
White Balance Correction,
and White Balance Bracketing

Blue/amber bias: ±9 levels
Magenta/green bias: ±9 levels

White Balance Personal: 
Yes
Focusing
Focusing Type: 
Phase Detect
Focusing Type Details: 
TTL secondary image-forming phase-difference detection system with AF-dedicated CMOS sensor
AF System Points: 
11 points
AF System Points Details: 
11 points Center: cross-type at f/5.6; vertical line-sensitive at f/2.8. Upper and lower AF points: vertical line-sensitive AF at f/5.6. Other AF points: Horizontal line-sensitive AF at f/5.6.
AF Point Selection: 
Automatic selection
Manual selection
Selected AF Point Display: 
Displayed or indicated by superimposed display in the viewfinder and on the LCD monitor.
AF Working Range: 
-3.0 - 18.0 EV
AF Working Range Details: 
Center AF Point: EV -3 to 18 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100) Other AF points: EV +0.5 to 18 (at 73°F/23°C, ISO 100)
AF Modes: 
One-Shot AF
AI Servo AF
AI Focus AF
*Switches between One-Shot AF and AI Servo AF automatically.
Manual focus
Predictive AF: 
Yes
AF lock : 
Yes
Manual Focus : 
yes
AF Assist Beam : 
No
AF Fine Adjustment: 
Yes
Viewfinder
Viewfinder Type: 
Optical Pentaprism
Viewfinder Type Details: 
Eye-level SLR (with fixed pentaprism)
Viewfinder Coverage: 
~97.0%
Viewfinder Magnification: 
~0.7%
Viewfinder Magnification Details: 
Approx. 0.71x / 33.3°
Viewfinder Eyepoint: 
21.0mm
Viewfinder Eyepoint Details: 
Approx. 21mm (At -1m-1 from the eyepiece lens center)
Viewfinder Dioptre Correction : 
-3.0 to +1.0m-1 (diopter)
Viewfinder Focusing Screen : 
Eg-A II provided. Interchangeable with Eg-D and Eg-S. Incompatible with Eg-A.
Viewfinder Information: 
AF information
AF points and focus confirmation
Exposure information
Shutter speed,
Aperture,
ISO speed (always displayed),
AE lock,
Exposure level,
Exposure warning
Flash information
Flash ready,
Flash exposure compensation,
High-speed sync,
FE lock
Image information
Highlight tone priority (D+),
Maximum burst (2-digit display),
Card information
Battery check
Composition information
Electronic level
Warning Symbol
Depth of Field Preview: 
Enabled with depth-of-field preview button
Live View
Liveview: 
Yes
Liveview Details: 
Yes
Still photo shooting and video shooting
Live View Grid Overlay: 
Provided (three grid displays)
Live View Metering: 
Real-time evaluative metering with image sensor.
Evaluative metering (315 zones)
Partial metering (approx. 11% of Live View screen)
Spot metering (approx. 3% of Live View screen)
Center-weighted average metering

EV 0-20 (at 73°F/23°C with EF 50mm f/1.4 lens, ISO 100)

Live View Autofocus: 
Autofocus
FlexiZone - Single
* One-point, contrast AF. Switching to another AF point is possible.
Face Detection Live mode
Face detection, contrast AF. Face is selectable.
Quick Mode AF
* Phase-difference AF with 11 AF points.

Manual Focus
Magnify the image by 5x or 10x and focus manually.

Live View Exposure Simulation: 
Provided
Monitor
Rear screen size: 
3.0 in
Rear Screen Details: 
3.0-inches (Screen aspect ratio of 3:2) TFT color, liquid-crystal monitor with Resin cover and anti-reflection AR coating
Resolution: 
1040000 dots
Rear Screen Touch sensitive: 
No
Tiltable Monitor: 
No
Coverage: 
Approx. 100%
Brightness: 
Manually adjustable to one of 7 levels
Flash
Flash Hotshoe: 
Yes
Built in Flash: 
No
Flash Modes: 
E-TTL II autoflash (evaluative flash metering and average flash metering)
Flash Xsync: 
1/180
Flash compensation: 
±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop increments
Redeye Reduction: 
Yes
External Flash Wireless Sync: 
E-TTL II with EX series Speedlites, wireless multi-flash support (with optional accessory)
Media Types / Sizes
Maximum Still Image Size: 
5,472 x 3,648
Maximum Video Image Size (pixels/fps): 
1920 x 1080 / 30
Image Sizes: 
Large: Approx. 20.0 megapixels (5,472 x 3,648)
Medium: Approx. 8.9 megapixels (3,648 x 2,432)
Small 1: Approx. 5.0 megapixels (2,736 x 1,824)
Small 2: Approx. 2.5 megapixels (1920 x 1280)
Small 3: Approx. 350,000 pixels (720 x 480)

RAW: Approx. 20.0 megapixels (5,472 x 3,648)
M RAW: Approx. 11.0 megapixels (4,104 x 2,736)
S RAW: Approx. 5.0 megapixels (2,736 x 1,824)

Still Image Format: 
JPEG, RAW (14-bit, Canon original), RAW+JPEG
RAW + JPEG Simultaneous Recording
Large RAW and JPEG images are recorded simultaneously

Complies with Design rule for Camera File system 2.0 and EXIF 2.30

Movie: 
[Full HD]
1920 x 1080 (30 fps/25fps/24fps):
235 MB/min. with IPB compression
685 MB/min. with All-I compression

[HD]
1280 x 720 (60 fps/50fps):
205 MB/min. with IPB compression
610 MB/min. with All-I compression

[SD]
640 x 480 (30 fps/25fps):
78 MB/min. with IPB compression

Frame Rates 1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 30p (29.97) / 24p (23.976) / 25p
1280 x 720 (HD): 60p (59.94) / 50p
640 x 480 (SD): 30p (29.97) / 25p

Movie Format: 
MOV (Image data: H.264, Audio: Linear PCM)
Movie Length: 
Based on 8GB Memory card
[1920 x 1080]
30 fps/25 fps/24 fps:
32 min. with IPB compression
11 min. with All-I compression

[1280 x 720]
60 fps/50 fps:
37 min. with IPB compression
12 min. with All-I compression

[640 x 480]
30 fps/25 fps:
97 min. with IPB or All-I compression

* The maximum recording time is limited to 29 min. 59 sec.

Sound Files: 
Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo)
Other Features
Intervalometer: 
No
Wi-Fi: 
Yes
GPS: 
Yes
Firmware Update: 
Update possible by the User
Histogram: 
Brightness and RGB can be displayed.
Photo Effects: 
Auto,
Standard,
Portrait,
Landscape,
Neutral,
Faithful,
Monochrome,
User Defined 1-3
Menu Languages: 
English, German, French, Dutch,
Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian,
Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek,
Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian,
Romanian, Ukraine, Turkish, Arabic,
Thai, Simplified/Traditional Chinese,
Korean, Japanese
Accessories
Lenses: 
All Canon EF lenses (except EF-S and EF-M lenses)
Battery Grip: 
Battery Grip BG-E13
Connectivity
Computer Interface: 
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Other Conection Interface: 
Mini HDMI (Type C),
Wi-Fi,
GPS,
Remote Jack,
Stereo Mic Jack
Direct Print Support
Direct Print: 
PictBridge-compatible printers
Power Source
Power Source: 
One Battery Pack LP-E6
Battery Life: 
Approx. 1090 shots with Viewfinder Shooting at At 73°F / 23°C, Based on CIPA testing standards.
AC Power: 
ACK-E6
Physical Specifications
Body Materials: 
Magnesium Alloy
Weather Sealing Details: 
Yes
Width: 
144mm
Height: 
110mm
Depth: 
71mm
OperatingEnvironment: 
32-104°F/0-40°C, 85% or less humidity

Compatible Lenses

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