It’s a full-frame shootout between Canon and Nikon. Today, Canon announced the EOS 6D, the latest addition to their line of DSLR. It seems Canon and Nikon were reading from the same playbook when designing their entry-level DSLR. Nikon D600 holds the edge in megapixels at 24.3, but Canon may best it in ISO, at least passing it in native ISO up to 25,600, where Nikon can only match using its extended range. But Nikon holds a 1fps edge in continuous shooting (5.5 fps vs 4.5 fps). But Canon fires back by including both Wi-Fi and GPS on-board. You’ll have to pay extra to get those options as accessories from Nikon.
Both cameras feature magnesium-alloy and poly-carbonate bodies, and both have external battery grips to double shooting capabilities. The Canon weighs in a few grams less, but your wallet won’t feel the difference — they cost the same $2099 US for the body alone. Get a lowdown and Compare Nikon D600 vs Canon 6D specifications. Which one will come out on top? You be the judge.