Once again manufacturing giants Canon and Nikon go head-to-head in a revolutionary new range of DSLR cameras that is sure to get consumers salivating.
The Nikon D600 and the Canon EOS 6D are currently the most affordable full-frame sensor models in their line-ups and are aimed at enthusiastic amatures and professional photographers alike. In order to help you get a clearer picture of how they compare to each other specifications-wise, I’ve compiled a handy little table summarising the key differences between the two models.
|Canon EOS 6D
||R 19 495||R 22 995|
|Resolution||20.2 megapixels||24.3 megapixels|
|ISO||100-25600 (expandable)||100-6400 (expandable)|
||100 000 actuations||150 000 actuations|
|Total no. of AF points||11||39|
|Continuous shooting speed||4.5 fps||5.5 fps|
|Wi-fi||Built-in||Via optional adapter|
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