A Canon 6D é uma camera que me está a interessar bastante. Alem de ser full frame,  espero que o comportamento dela com ISOs altos seja parecido com a 5D mark III (teremos de esperar para ver quando for para o mercado). No entanto pelas características apresentadas nas descrições ela está muito parecida com a 5D markIII, se não vejamos:

Sensibilidade do ISO para vídeo:
5D mark III : 100 – 12800, Expandable to 25600
6D: 100 – 12800, Expandable to 25600

Outra característica que me está a animar é sem duvida  a conetividade Wi-Fi. A EOS 6D é a primeira EOS a disponibilizar ligação Wi-Fi, que posiblita o controle da 6D pelo tablet ou smartphone.

Usando a aplicação EOS Remote, o utilizador pode controlar a EOS 6D através de uma ligação sem fios, alterar as definições da câmara e os modos de disparo, ajustar o foco na tela Live View e ativar o obturador para fotografar ou filmar. Os fotógrafos podem também usar o EOS Remote para selecionar as imagens captadas pela EOS 6D, e depois visualizá-las e carrega-las nas redes sociais e noutros serviços online, encorajando-os a partilhar as suas imagens favoritas.

 

Informação do site Canon.co.uk

Features

The creative possibilities for photography increases when you use the remote function with Live View enabled, making photography even more fun. The EOS Remote app provides the possibility to quickly check photos in the camera using a smartphone. You can transfer and save images to your smartphone or even share them with friends or family.

EOS Remote allows connection via access points (infrastructure), but even in environments without access points, it can be used if you have just a camera and a smartphone. It can be used in places where Wi-Fi networks are scarce, such as outside cities, on coasts, in mountains, or in basement studios, and in trains or cars where signals are hard to catch.

Group photos with the photographer in them are made easier.

With Live View, you can check images from remote locations.

Quickly check your photos without having to take your camera out of the bag.

Each of your friends can choose and save the photos they want.

Details of EOS Remote (Please note the Android and iOS App may differ in appearance.)

EOS Remote Top Menu

(a) Application Settings
(b) In-Camera Image Viewer / Image Transferring and Saving
(c) Live View Remote / Remote Release
(d) Wi-Fi Connection Guide

Live View Remote

You can take photos just by checking your smartphone screen using Live View Remote function.

(a) [Return to Top Menu] button
(b) Image information display ON/OFF button
(c) [Lock Rotation] button
(d) [Start/End Live View] button
(e) Blue frame: AF frame
(f) White frame: Expanded frame
(g) [Expand/Shrink Display Area] button
(h) [Display Photographed Image Thumbnails] button
(i) [Focus (half-press shutter)] button
(Hidden by default. Set display in Application settings screen)
(j) [Remote Release] button
(k) Shooting Settings button

 

You can control Tv, Av, ISO, and exposure according to camera’s mode dial setting.

(left figure) Press the [Shooting Settings] button to display the Settings Adjustment button.
(right figure) Select the setting to adjust

The various settings are displayed on the screen. You can adjust these through intuitive operation thanks to the touch panel.

You can check the focus in the smartphone screen and operate autofocus. Also, focus expansion check with smartphone.

Select focus area by tapping.
White frame: Expanded frame
Blue frame: AF frame

Expand focus frame by double tapping.

Tap the focus button with the frame where you want it.

The frame turns green.

You can remote release from smartphone. There are two shutter moods to choose from :

With focus button
(a) Focus (half-press shutter) button
(b) Remote Release button
The focus button is not shown by default. You can set it to display in the Application Settings screen.

Without focus button
(c) Focus + Release button
Simply press the button to automatically focus and release the shutter.

Focus (half-press shutter) button :
Pressing down makes the focus go to the blue frame

Release button :
Moving your finger to the shutter button with the focus button still touched will take a properly focused photo.

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