Canon 6D vs Nikon D600

Posted by Dylan Kotze on 5 October 2012

 

Once again manufacturing giants Canon and Nikon go head-to-head in a revolutionary new range of DSLR cameras that is sure to get consumers salivating.

The Nikon D600 and the Canon EOS 6D are currently the most affordable full-frame sensor models in their line-ups and are aimed at enthusiastic amatures and professional photographers alike. In order to help you get a clearer picture of how they compare to each other specifications-wise, I’ve compiled a handy little table summarising the key differences between the two models.

 

Canon EOS 6D
Nikon D600
Cost (estimated)
R 19 495 R 22 995
Resolution 20.2 megapixels 24.3 megapixels
ISO 100-25600 (expandable) 100-6400 (expandable)
Shutter lifetime
100 000 actuations 150 000 actuations
Total no. of AF points 11 39
Continuous shooting speed 4.5 fps 5.5 fps
Headphone jack
No Yes
Wi-fi Built-in Via optional adapter
GPS Built-in Optional accessory

 

For more on the Nikon D600 click here.

For more on the Canon EOS 6D click here.

 

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