Won’t comment this (it is just too true!).
Photographyblog has a series of pictures of the cam itself, with different lenses mounted. ephotozine has another round of EOS M pictures and some first impressions to share. Next, let’s see some videos showing the EOS M’s features and interface. Please keep in mind that these are all pre-production models of the EOS M. First video comes from London Camera Exchange.
[Review] Canon EOS 6D vs Nikon 600D Comparisons Videos And Round-Up (and 6 reasons to take the EOS 6D)
Thenewcamera analyzes and compares the specifications of the two cameras. Their conclusion:
Features and core specifications make [the] Canon 6D more attractive. [...] Both DSLRs have full frame sensor [...] Nikon offers advance AF system [...] Canon offers you more AF working range and built-in GPS and WiFi
Photographer Benjamin Kanarek is considering to buy one, and hence discusses the pro and contra of each brand. Check his post if you’re in a similar dilemma. He concludes:
I really love the ergonomics of the Canon and find the look of the Nikon a bit plastic. I know it isn’t but it sure looks like it in my opinion. I do like the fact that the Canon sensor is only packing 20 megapixels thus more real estate per pixel which translates in to better noise performance, generally speaking.
Looking for the right reasons to get an EOS 6D? Have a look to the video below (to be honest, in Kanarek’s post there is also a video showing 6 good reasons to get a Nikon D600; won’t feature it here )
Canon’s EOS 6D can be preordered at the following shops:
Canon started delivering its mirrorless camera, the EOS M (click here for specs), in Japan (Source: Canon and Amazon Japan). It will ship in the US starting by October 15th (according to BHphoto, click here). The EOS M is a great little camera, and we have yet to see if Canon does not care about a more pro-oriented version (possibly with a viewfinder).
EOS M pre-order links:
USA & world-wide:
EOS M page on Amazon (click here), Adorama (click here), B&H (click here)
EOS M Black at Amazon (click here), Amazon UK (click here), Adorama (click here) and BHphoto (click here).
EOS M White at BHphoto (click here).
EOS M 22mm pancake at Amazon (click here), Adorama (click here) and BHphoto (click here).
EOS M 18-55mm kit lens at Amazon (click here), Adorama (click here) and BHphoto (click here).
EOS M adapter at Amazon (click here) and BHphoto (click here).
EOS M Flash at Amazon (click here), Adorama (click here) and BHphoto (click here).
Germany (Amazon DE):
EOS M black with EF-M 18-55mm 1:3,5-5,6 IS STM lens and Speedlite 90EX for €849 (click here)
EOS M white with EF-M 18-55mm 1:3,5-5,6 IS STM lens and Speedlite 90EX for €849 (click here)
EOS M red with EF-M 18-55mm 1:3,5-5,6 IS STM lens and Speedlite 90EX for €849 (click here)
EF-M 22mm 1:2 STM Pancake lens for €249 (click here)
EF-EOS M Adapter for €129 (click here)
wexcameras.de (click here)
Italy: Amazon IT (click here)
After yesterdays rumor about an imminent price drop for the EOS 5D Mark II and tomorrows news that Canon will extend the special rebates on DSLRs and lenses, things are getting a little confusing. However, the 5D Mark II is down to $1799 on Amazon (click here), Adorama (click here) and B&H (click here). The same instant rebates are available for the 5D2 kit with the 24-105L lens which is
$2499 $2599 on Adorama (click here) and Amazon (click here), and even lower $2499 at B&H (click here).
While not being a last generation full-frame DSLR, the EOS 5D Mark II is still an excellent professional photographic tool.
- 21.1 Megapixel Full-Frame Sensor
- 3.0″ High Resolution LCD Display
- Live View Mode
- 1080p Movie Mode
- Dust & Weather-Resistant
- Self Cleaning Sensor
- Broad ISO Range (50-25600)
- 3.9 fps Burst Mode