I recently purchased a full frame camera, the Canon 6d. It is my first full frame digital SLR camera. That means it does not a cropped sensor. A cropped sensor is found in most digital SLR cameras and usually results in more noise than a full frame camera. The photo below was taken outdoors on a rainy night with one porch light. It was taken at 25600 ISO at f/4. I hardly notice any noise. Although I would not typically shoot with such an ISO in my normal work, I now shoot at ISO’s of 800 – 1200 so I can handhold my camera with the 70-200 mm lens at 1/250 second shutter speed. It has made a world of difference and I highly recommend a full frame DSLR camera to a serious hobbyist.
Below is the Canon 6d Camera. Click on it to find out more.
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