Canon releases its new EOS 6D, which the company claims "the world's lightest full-frame DSLR" equipped with a 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with precision 11-point AF system. Additionally, Canon also included built-in WiFi and GPS support for those who wants to stay connected.
"As a leading digital imaging company, innovation and quality are two very important characteristics of Canon. The powerful Canon EOS 6D is a 'must-have' with its upgraded imaging processor, the DIGIC 5+ that performs up to three times faster than the DIGIC 5, amongst its notable new features! Another first with this launch is the new iOS and Android app known as the EOS Remote, which takes further advantage of the EOS 6D's WiFi capabilities by allowing the iOS and Android devices to control the EOS 6D," says Simon Wong, Director of Imaging Communication Products Division, Canon Marketing (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.
With a full-frame sensor that equivalent to a 35mm film, it can maximise the full potential of visual data captured by lenses designed for 35mm cameras. The full-frame CMOS sensor captures more light per pixel than smaller sensors for a wider dynamic range at remarkably low noise even at high ISO speeds.