Sample photos: Canon EOS 6D

We road tested Canon's entry-level full-frame camera at the Australian International Airshow

The Canon EOS 6D is a digital camera with a full-frame, 35mm sensor. It's aimed at enthusiasts rather than professional users and it's not as expensive as Canon's other full-frame cameras, including the EOS 5D Mark III.

We took the EOS 6D for a spin around the Australian International Airshow at Avalon to see what it can do. The full-frame sensor allows for plenty of light to be captured. Coupled with a very bright, almost cloudless day, the conditions were trying -- especially for our photographic skill level.

Nevertheless, we think we snapped enough decent shots to show that this camera is cable of capturing highly detailed images. We also tried taking some photos inside planes, pumping up the ISO to levels we probably we wouldn't even dream of using on lesser cameras.

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