I have been in dire need of a new camera, though, over the past year or so. But I've just been putting it off for one reason or another. Something always seems to come up and take priority. But I decided to just bite the bullet and scoop up a new DSLR while I was feeling impulsive a few weeks ago.
I knew I'd be getting a full frame camera, regardless. What is a full-frame camera?
- A full-frame DSLR is fitted with an image sensor that is the same size as a 35mm film frame. In contrast to the majority of DSLR's that have cropped (smaller) sensors. Basically, with a full-frame camera, you will get more surface area in your shots, and produce the best high-res images.
So I went ahead and pulled the trigger on the 6D. I've been using it for a couple of weeks now and so far, I'm very happy with it!
Here are a few random images I've taken recently with the Canon 6D:
|From a newborn session I did! And I admit, editing these photos, baby fever is raging! ;)|
|And other one.. just can't resist :)|
|The 6D did great in this situation where Easton was backlit!|
|Don't even ask what my Husband is doing. lol. But look at that delicious Bokeh in the background!!|
|It did fantastic with icky bathroom lighting!|
I cannot wait to play around more with this camera! I think just based on the few weeks I've used it, I can say honestly, that I made the right choice getting the 6D!
Do you have a DSLR? What do you use, and have you considered a full frame?