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Reasons to buy the Canon EOS 6D

Low light performance
Low noise at high ISO
2,340 ISO
Viewfinder size
Large viewfinder
0.71x
Light sensitivity
High ISO
25,600 ISO
Live view
Has live view
Preview your photos
 

Reasons to buy the Sigma SD1

Fastest shutter speed
Fast shutter speed
1/8000 of a second
Built-in flash
Built-in flash
External flash not needed
 
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differences

Advantages of the Canon 6D

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Startup delay Much less startup delay 500 ms vs 4500 ms
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9x less delay when turning on
Live view Has live view Yes vs No
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Preview your photos on the camera's screen before taking them
Screen resolution Much higher resolution screen 1,040k dots vs 460k dots
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Around 2.5x higher resolution screen
Movie format Shoots movies 1080p @ 30fps vs None
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Shoots Full HD (1080p) video as well as still pictures
HDR Has in-camera HDR Yes vs No
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Combines multiple exposures to capture high dynamic range
Lens availability Much more lenses available 156 lenses vs 60 lenses
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More than 2.5x more lenses available
Sensor size Much larger sensor Full frame 35.8x23.9mm vs APS-C 23.5x15.7mm
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Around 2.5x larger sensor
Viewfinder size Significantly larger viewfinder 0.71x vs 0.62x
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Around 30% larger viewfinder
Light sensitivity Better maximum light sensitivity 25,600 ISO vs 6,400 ISO
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The 6D's maximum light sensitivity is 2 f-stops better
True resolution Significantly higher true resolution 20.9 MP vs 15.4 MP
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Capture around 40% more detail in your photos
Shutter lag Significantly less shutter lag 290 ms vs 382 ms
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More than 20% less delay when taking photos
GPS Has a GPS Yes vs No
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Automatically geotags your photos when traveling
Thickness Significantly thinner 2.8" vs 3.1"
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More than 10% thinner
Size Smaller 145x111x71 mm vs 146x113x80 mm
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More than 10% smaller
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Built-in flash Built-in flash Yes vs No
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A built-in flash is useful for taking indoor shots where there is little light
Continuous shooting Shoots slightly faster 5 fps vs 4.5 fps
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More than 10% faster continuous shooting
Viewfinder coverage Better viewfinder coverage 98% vs 97%
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Almost the same
Fastest shutter speed Much faster max shutter speed 1/8000s vs 1/4000s
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2x faster max shutter speed
Weight Lighter 706 g vs 770 g
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Around 10% lighter
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similarities

Compared to recent DSLRs

Common Strengths Common Weaknesses
Weather sealed Weather sealed Help
Shoot in extreme weather
Viewfinder Both have pentaprism viewfinders Help
Pentaprism
Storage slots Fewer storage slots Help
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Built-in focus motor No focus motor Help
Won't autofocus with all lenses
Shutter lag Significant shutter lag Help
6D:290 ms
SD1:382 ms
Focus points Few focus points Help
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Cross type focus points Few cross-type focus points Help
6D:1
SD1:2
Screen flips out No flip-out screens Help
Less flexible
Continuous shooting Slow continuous shooting Help
6D:4.5 fps
SD1:5 fps
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur

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competitors

Shared Competitors

Advantages

Disadvantages

Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Pro DSLR

$3,399 body only

$3,990 - $3,999 with 24-105mm lens

Screen size Has a significantly larger screen
Shutter lag Has much less shutter lag
Lowest price Is slightly more expensive
Thickness Is thicker
Canon EOS 70D

Canon EOS 70D

Pro DSLR

$999 body only

$1,330 - $1,349 with 18-135mm lens

Touch screen Has a touch screen
Continuous shooting Shoots faster continuously
Thickness Is thicker
Light sensitivity (boost) Slightly lower boost light sensitivity
Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Pro DSLR

$2,499 body only

Shutter lag Has slightly less shutter lag
Thickness Is thicker
Weight Is slightly heavier
Nikon D610

Nikon D610

Pro DSLR

$1,597 body only

$1,997 - $2,040 with 24-85mm lens

Low light performance Is slightly less noisy at high ISO
Overall image quality Has slightly better image quality
Fastest shutter speed Has a slower max shutter speed
Thickness Is thicker
Canon EOS 7D

Canon EOS 7D

Pro DSLR

$999 - $1,079 body only

$1,099 - $1,978 with 28-135mm lens

Continuous shooting Shoots faster continuously
Shutter lag Has much less shutter lag
Thickness Is thicker
Weight Is slightly heavier
Nikon D750

Nikon D750

Pro DSLR

$2,297 body only

$2,997 - $3,040 with 24-120mm lens

Low light performance Is slightly less noisy at high ISO
Overall image quality Has slightly better image quality
Fastest shutter speed Has a slower max shutter speed
Thickness Is thicker
Nikon D7100

Nikon D7100

Entry-level DSLR

$874 - $947 body only

$1,247 with 18-140mm lens

Dynamic range Has slightly wider dynamic range
Screen size Has a significantly larger screen
Thickness Is thicker
Light sensitivity (boost) Slightly lower boost light sensitivity

Canon EOS 6D Competitors

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Pro DSLR

$1,799 - $1,800 body only

$2,149 with 18-135mm lens

Cross type focus points Many more cross-type focus points
Focus points Many more focus points
Low light performance Significantly more noise at high ISO
Overall image quality Significantly worse image quality

Sigma SD1 Competitors

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Disadvantages

Nikon D3300

Nikon D3300

Entry-level DSLR

$439 - $497 with 18-55mm lens

Startup delay Much less startup delay
Live view Has live view
Weather sealed No weather sealing
Viewfinder size Smaller viewfinder

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