After the launch of the Nikon D600, its now Canon’s turn with the announcement of the new 6D Full Frame camera. This new units are what a lot are calling models which fit into the Prosumer range. Now its available for the enthusiast to experience what the PRO’s have been enjoying all these years .
The Canon EOS 6D uses a 20.2 Megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor which is powered by a Digic 5+ processor. Find out more about the 6D HERE
The official price of the Canon EOS 6D in America or S$2,899 US$2,099 with EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM. It’s expected to be sold in Malaysia at about $6500 (body only) and about $8900 (with lens)
Looks like a very tempting proposition, cant wait to get my hands on it when its available locally.
Ever wondered how camera lenses are made? Makes you wonder for the money you dish out, what is behind the process. Check out this video by Canon that shows you just that! Such a precise process with almost no margin for error!
What is the best camera for you? DSLR? Point and Shoot or just a Smart Phone? Here is a pretty good guide by opticscentral which tell’s you what you should consider instead of getting a nice big DSLR to start with
Photography has become so easy these days and becoming cheaper as well. Back in the day, not everyone could afford it and if you could, the process was not the simplest and required skills and knowledge to pull off.
This video takes us way back to the first photograph and the development of the Daguerreotype – an early photographic process. It’s extremely cool to just think of what the inventors and the users must have gone thru to discover the daguerreotype.
The daguerreotype (French: daguerréotype) was the first commercially successful photographic process. The image is a direct positive made in the camera on a silvered copper plate
Some of the pictures that i toke during my trip to Sydney. I wish i had a tripod with me but it was a nice experience!
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