B&H Deal - Canon EOS 6D w/Canon 24-105mm f/4.0L IS for $1999

B&H Deal - Canon EOS 6D w/Canon 24-105mm f/4.0L IS for $1999

You heard right! The Canon EOS 6D is now on sale at B&H for only $1999 and it comes with the Canon 24-105mm f/4.0L IS lens. If you are one of those people that puts off buying a new camera until a deal comes out then now is your time to buy.

The 6D has been around for a while now and has been creating quite the buzz from everyone. The full frame sensor and 20.2MP seems to be exactly what a lot of people have been wanting. The camera itself has a lot packed into it. Built in Wi-fi and GPS, 1080p video, 11 Point Auto-focus, and much more.

Product Highlights

  • 20.2MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
  • Includes Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L Lens
  • 3.0" Clear View High Resolution LCD
  • DIGIC 5+ Image Processor
  • Built-In Wi-Fi and GPS Connectivity
  • Full HD 1080p with Manual Controls
  • 11-Point AF with Center Cross-Type Point
  • 63-Zone Dual Layer Metering Sensor
  • Extended ISO Range of 50-102400
  • Up to 4.5 Full Resolution FPS

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Again, if you are one of those people that sits and waits for great deals or even if you are just in search of a new camera, this deal is perfect and I recommend taking advantage of it.

If you want more information on this sale or the camera and lens, you can visit the product listing here


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Spy Black's picture

That's a pretty decent deal for Canon users. The 6D's high ISO capability (better than the MK III) can make up for the f/4 if the need arises. Too bad Canon crippled the thing so much, but it's still a decent camera if you know how to shoot.

Totally agree there. Even if it had the Canon 7D's autofocus I would've never felt a need to consider the 5dIII. The 6D is that good. I own it and only wish that the autofocus points were more spread out for compositional reasons. And if they couldn't do that, then at least those 11 points that are there, should've been cross type.

99% of the time I use only the center focus point and the rear AF-ON button, then focus and recompose. For me, I've always found this faster than manually selecting the auto focus point. Also, the -3 EV focusing ability on this thing is absolutely outstanding!

I have read that the auto focus system is not that good in this camera so the pictures don't focus that well, would you agree? I'm planning on buying it next week for my wedding photography business.

For weddings I think this camera is perfect, the focus abilities are outstanding. It's the focus sophistication, however, that's not. If you need the camera to be able to track multiple subjects at once, like a basketball game for example, then pass on this camera. This is more of a "back-to-basics" sophistication level. Simple... but very effective... if used like it was intended. Focus, recompose, shoot.

Thank you so much RMcL and Heath, great explanation, I'll definitively buy this camera now. And with magic lantern's RAW video recording will be more awesome!

For weddings and portraits, it's damned near the perfect camera when you consider that you can get 2 of them for the cost of a 5dm3.
For sports, look for something else.

sorry don't see that deal any longer?

Craig Oesterling's picture

If you actually add it to your cart, it shows as $1999. I just made the jump to full-frame!!!!!