Canon Announce EOS 6D DSLR, and 3 new PowerShots

September 17, 2012 | 1 Minute Read

Canon has unveiled 4 new cameras today. First, the EOS 6D, shown above. Its got a full frame sensor, and is Canon’s smallest, cheapest and lightest Full Frame Camera. It weighs just 690G, 20% lighter than the 5D MKIII, and cost $2099, which is $1400 cheaper than the 5D MKIII, and about 500 quid cheaper than my 5DMKII. It has built in Wifi, and there will be apps for iOS and Android allowing you to change settings, geo-tag (fecking cool!), take and transfer photos to your phone too. Its got a 20.2MP sensor, shoots at 4.5FPS, takes video at 1080P has an ISO up to 102,400. It shots to a single SD Card, and also supports SDHC and SDXC. Available in December for $2099 body only or $2899 with a 24-105mm F4 lens. [Canon Unveils EOS 6D DSLR]

Also announced are the G15, S110 and SX50 HS PowerShot cameras. Quick fire round here!

  • G15, replaces the G12, 28-140mm wide angle F1.8 -2.8 lens, 12MP sensor, shoots RAW and 1080P video, 12,800 max ISO. $500 in October.
  • S110, replaces the S100, 12.1MP lens, ISO 12,800 and F2.0 lens, No GPS, but has Wifi. Can use your iPhone or Android phone for GeoTagging, and also can send photos to the internets using your mobile. Shoots 1080P video at 24FPS, 10FPS photo shooting and available in October for $450.
  • SX50 includes a 24-1200mm (yup, 1200… not a typo) f3.4 to 6.5 lens, includes optical stabilization, 12.1MP sensor, 6400 ISO, and shoots at 10FPS. Also shoots RAW and 1080P Video. Available October for $480.

[Canon adds G15, S110 and SX50 HS to its PowerShot lineup]