I’m not going to say which of the new cameras I’m getting, but the Canon 5D Mark III and the 6D Mark II are two excellent choices that are both fantastic in their own right. But let’s try to stay on course here.
This is a great question because the 5D Mark III is much faster, has a lower-resolution sensor, but a bigger sensor, and is also more expensive. The 6D Mark II has a better, lower-resolution sensor, a bigger sensor, and is cheaper. The difference is that the 6D Mark II is just a tad better at night, and the 5D Mark III is definitely better at daytime.
There’s no doubt that the 5D Mark III is the better choice for people who don’t have a high-res camera, but the 6D Mark II is a great choice for those who want to go full-frame, and are willing to spend a little extra.
I think the 6D Mark II is clearly superior to the 5D Mark III in its own right. And, as a whole, the 6D Mark II is the better camera, especially for close-up work. The 5D Mark III is a great choice for those who want to go full-frame, and are willing to spend a little extra.
Canon recently made the decision to go with a new sensor on their new 6D Mark II, and have the 6D Mark II now in production. As a result, they’ve dropped a ton of lenses, and in some cases, the camera itself. This new sensor has a large aperture and uses a new sensor technology. The 6D Mark II is obviously a better choice for the enthusiast, but I’m glad Canon has also dropped a few lenses.
This is really just a personal preference. I just find the camera to be more usable, easier to carry around, and more comfortable to use. However, there are a few camera bodies out there that fit this bill more readily.
The new Canon 6D Mark II is a great choice if you want to be able to take photos of your favorite movies in 1080p, but this is a bit of an odd choice for me. I’m a big fan of the Mark II’s new sensor. It allows for faster shutter speeds, better low light performance, and better low light video stabilization.
The Mark IIs still camera sensor is a bit older than the Mark IIIs and has a slower ISO range than the Mark IIIs and a much slower shutter speed range. The Mark IIIs is a bit easier to use, but the Mark IIs is a bit easier to carry around. When you are traveling abroad and want to take a picture of your favorite movie, you can just grab a 6D Mark III and enjoy your film the way it was meant to be enjoyed.
Canon is always saying they want to make the cameras easier to use and easier to carry around. There’s nothing wrong with that. But if your 6D Mark III isn’t as versatile as you’d like it to be, you might have to re-think your options.
As a canon fan, the Mark III has become my favorite camera I’ve ever owned. It has a wonderful zoom and a lot of custom buttons and settings to make it all the better. But it has the same drawbacks as the Mark IIs. I got the Mark III for the Canon EOS-1D Mark III, which had a really nice zoom and a lot of custom buttons and settings to make it all the better.