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Good: Low light image quality & weight.
Bad: Nothing for the money.
Comment: If you want flash do not look at a camera that does not have it,
If you want smaller than DSLR look at a point & shoot.
I have 5DIII & 1 series & various L lenses from 24-70vII to 300 f2.8 L IS & the 6D is complementary to those bodies & lenses. Bought so I don't have to lug 1 series around- If you want to talk big & heavy try one of these.
Good: Good bundle of specs
Bad: Few focus points
Comment: There is an error in the "bad" column: "No built-in flash" is a feat, not a flaw. If you need to use a flash, you bring a proper one with you - generally speaking.
Good: It's easy to use and the images are very sharp
Bad: Have not found anything as yet, not even having no flash inbuilt.
Comment: After being a camera repairer for 16 years and always enjoyed using full frame film cameras I find the 6D a great asset with no longer having to purchase films and getting then processed. I love it and hope to take many great shots with it.
Good: Wi fi
Bad: Too big
Comment: Smaller full frames are coming and these dslrs are becoming like dinosaurs.
Good: Built-in HDR, WiFi, and GPS; light-weight; insane ISO settings; multiple-exposure setting; many other things.
Comment: I don't understand how you can say that this camera not having a built-in flash is a bad thing. It's not SUPPOSED to have a built-in flash. It's a full-fledged DSLR; none of them come with a built-in flash because DSLR flashes are so large.
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